We’re opening the repair shop January 11th, and will try to keep regular hours as far as Covid allows, work days 10:00 – 16:00. Call in advance to make an appointment and to see that we’re in.
Customers will have to keep their distance and wait by the office door. All visitors must use the hand disinfectant station in the hallway. Please wear a face mask at all times. Funny hats are encouraged.
And pretty please, do limit phone calls and messages to 10:00 – 16:00. E-mail is answered during work days only. As a rule, we do not respond to requests by social media, and calls after midnight will only block your number.
Seeing Oslo going back into red alert, we’re forced to take some precautions.
Use the disinfectant in the hallway before you enter the staircase
Stay outside the workshop while we collect or hand out your item
Wear a face mask at all times while visiting
Pickup and delivery is restricted to Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 10:00 – 15:00. Pro and BTB customers 10:00 – 16:00 Monday – Friday.
If you have any symptoms even remotely associated with this plague, please wait until they subside fully before you come by. Also note that repair takes longer these days, as all our suppliers suffers from the situation. Please be patient. Thank you.
Yes, it’s been a shit year, and we have to stop taking on synth repairs until we see were we are in December, financially and locationwise. Hopefully we can keep the ship floating, but if anyone know how to arrange a community driven synth repair shop with space for more than one man at the desk, feel free to tell us.
Keeping your studio plugged in and powered on at all times? Now’s that time of the year when you really shouldn’t. Power off and disconnect whatever you love from the mains. Invest in power conditioners and surge protection.
Really need to work while Big Mother shows its discontent with humanity? A quick and cheap fix is the Brennenstuhl Überspannungsschutzadapter. We’re not saying this to be nice, its just to prevent the annual rush of dead MOTU, RME and Lynx cards which seems a truly unnecessary tradition. (And no, we still do not service anything AVID.)
Effective from April 1st, the new rules
for MVA on imported goods means we can no longer buy single parts for
vintage instrument repairs without an extra handling fee that
skyrockets the costs involved. This will push the price on parts up
several hundred percent.
While it might not be the final nail in the coffin for our synth repair services, we’ve set all vintage synth repair on hiatus until economy allows us to continue. We apologize in advance.
Friends and pro costumers might still inquire for repairs, but restorations are beyond current capacity.
Yes, they’re often cheap and sound magnificient. However, we hardly ever recoupe our money when restoring an Ace, Philicora or what have you, meaning we absolutely do not service organs at this time, all apologies. Come by for anything else.. or I mean, other rare, complicated and expensive stuff.. Cheers.