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Amp tech in Boston

4/29/2006 2:23 PM
Amp tech in Boston
Anybody here got an amp tech in the Boston area they could recomend?I have been trying to help this guy out that I contacted thru another board.He is having trouble with his boogie amp and he really has no idea what he is doing so rather than have him go in the amp and maybe get himself or the amp dead I told him I would ask over here if we can find a tech up there.Thanks.  
4/29/2006 6:41 PM
I'm orginally from Boston. Good amps tech come and go for some reason. This guy will know where to send your friend.  
Jim Mouradian  
Mouradian Guitars  
Cambridge, Ma  
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4/29/2006 8:16 PM

Thanks Smitty,I'll pass it along.
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