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USA Based Synth Repair Shop Keyboard Synthesizers
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USA Based Synth Repair Shop

Looking for a spot to clean up my 909. Been putting it off for too long now. Can anyone recommend a good shop based in the USA? I'm located on the east coast, but would be willing to ship west, based upon quality of work. The place I last used was in NYC, and apparently they closed doors in 2016. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Looking for a spot to clean up my 909. Been putting it off for too long now. Can anyone recommend a good shop based in the USA? I'm located on the east coast, but would be willing to ship west, based upon quality of work. The place I last used was in NYC, and apparently they closed doors in 2016. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanx,
z
Jeff B who used to run the analog lab in NYC does some repair out of his new spot in Colorado. He’s a brilliant tech. The Analog Lab
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Jeff B who used to run the analog lab in NYC does some repair out of his new spot in Colorado. He’s a brilliant tech. The Analog Lab
no kidding. that was the shop that i used to use. i'll hit up the old email address that i have, and see if i can get through. good info, thanks.
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Looking for a spot to clean up my 909. Been putting it off for too long now. Can anyone recommend a good shop based in the USA? I'm located on the east coast, but would be willing to ship west, based upon quality of work. The place I last used was in NYC, and apparently they closed doors in 2016. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanx,
z
Located in Tampa, Florida. Mike owner has been working on vintage gear for decades and has a great reputation here in Florida.
They do have a bit of a backlog and there may be a longer wait depending on how busy they are.
He's done numerous repairs for my gear, both vintage and digital.
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Looking for a spot to clean up my 909. Been putting it off for too long now. Can anyone recommend a good shop based in the USA? I'm located on the east coast, but would be willing to ship west, based upon quality of work. The place I last used was in NYC, and apparently they closed doors in 2016. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanx,
z
Three Wave in NJ does repairs. I've never had anything repaired by them, but I've purchased vintage gear there and they're super friendly and honest.

Three Wave Music Services


Switched On in Austin also does repairs. Never used them, though.

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Three Wave in NJ does repairs. I've never had anything repaired by them, but I've purchased vintage gear there and they're super friendly and honest.

Three Wave Music Services


Switched On in Austin also does repairs. Never used them, though.

Synthesizer Repair – Switched On Austin
Analog Lab > Switched On
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Patchworks in Brookyn, NYC

Peter was Jeff B's right hand when he had analog in NYC. Jeff is on another planet when it comes to repairs but shipping is a no no for me and I'm a "it needs to be fixed today" dude. I brought everything to them until Jeff moved to Colorado.

To me Peter is an extension of Jeff.....I can without a doubt vouch for Pete. He currently does all our work with our vintage stuff. Ob-xa, PPG Wave....whatever....he'll delve in and try to get it done. Class dude, on point and pretty quick.

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I highly recommend RetroLinear, near Philadelphia:

RetroLinear
401 Elm Ave, North Wales, PA 19454
215-699-8000
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I run a synth repair shop in Chicago, IL. My rates are reasonable and I don't have a backlog at all right now.

We Repair Amps, Pro Audio & Synths - Borish Electronics is my website.
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