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This page contains a collection of amps built with my PCB boards. The page also includes several testimonials from past and current customers, who have built clones of Dumble ODS, Fender and Brown-Eye style amps.

Caley, New Zealand


"Hi all, Just thougth id share a few photos of my build. Transformers, chassis and faceplate were from Tube Town. I Also made the cabinet myselft from scratch, First time using tolex too! The speaker im using is a Warehouse guitars ET-65. The amp itself sounds great, combined with the speaker its quite bright and articlate. Hopefully will sound great in a band setting. I also ran a 500pf cap across the NFB resistor and used the spare trim pots on the back to adjust the level to take off a bit of high end if required. I got this idea from Rob Robinettes "Ice pick cap" as the stock presence circuit has little effect. 
The cut out on the lower half of the head is going to be for a dumbleator which im halfway through building. Cheers for New Zealand!"

Ross, USA


Finished Princeton ReverbRoss (USA)
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"I've always wanted to build a PR because I think the PR is a beautiful sounding circuit. And of course, Fender only intended/designed it as a student amp. Fortunately for me (and for ppl digging guitar sounds), they took the old 1955 PI from the now discontinued Tweed series and incorporated it into the PR, but then they also (a miracle?) adding reverb and power tube-based bias tremolo (!!!) These three items  are, of course, a Gold Mine of Tone features; a great circuit lacking only a better power supply and a better speaker. This is why I purchased your Princeton Reverb board, Andrea, if you ever wondered. Your design work actually captivated me when I first looked at it. True. Even without having heard an amp made from any of your boards. And this is when I started asking you to create a PR board. I just knew that your work would not disappoint the circuit. And It hasn't. :)"


Bret, USA



Philip, USA


"I managed to stumble across AA Electronics completely by accident. And loved the look of their PCB’s. I had a niggle in the back of my head that I wanted a higher gain amp after building my Trinity 18w custom plexi. And weirdly before even thinking about it I purchased one of their SLO100 boards. Help from Andrea at AA was exactly what I needed too. He helped me with a few issues I had."
Philip H.


Bob, USA


"It sounds fantastic, and dead quiet. Kudos to Andrea for these great quality boards. I pulled several components out, cleaned up the pads and resoldered without any issues. I was concerned that all this rework would damage a pad, like it would on a Fender PCB, but no, they’re perfect. Thanks."
Bob I.


Rick, USA


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William, USA


"Having used your products with two builds, #102 ODS and the E-Lator I can safely say your boards and resources are second to none."
William D.

Friedman Dumble Fender PCB AA Electronics PCB London

Mr. Saul Corral

California, USA

Mr. Franco Mezzalira

Treviso, Italy

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Mr. Russ Kruse

Florida, USA

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