Skip to main content

barebonesamps's profile

cover image
barebonesamps
throbber
100% positive Feedback

Based in United Kingdom, barebonesamps has been an eBay member since 23 Aug, 2004

Save Cancel
Feedback ratings See all Feedback
30
Positive
0 Neutral
0 Negative
Feedback from the last 12 months
  • Thank you for an easy, pleasant transaction. Excellent buyer. A++++++.
    24 Mar, 2015
  • Quick response and fast payment. Perfect! THANKS!!
    17 Mar, 2015
  • Hope to deal with you again. Thank you.
    13 Mar, 2015
  • Thank you for your Business Wizz Karts Ltd 07786 934156 sales@wizzkarts.com
    05 Mar, 2015
  • Fast Payment with Thanks DVDDemon
    05 Mar, 2015
| | | | Member since: 23 Aug, 2004 | United Kingdom

Guides (4)

See all guides
  • Published bybarebonesamps
    How Valves Work - PART I - barebonesAmps.co.uk

    Valves The magical guitar amplifier valve, or tube if you prefer - I can’t think of any other musical component which causes so much confusion or interest. One thing is for sure, they look great. They...

  • Published bybarebonesamps
    Valve Amplifier Power Supply - barebonesAmps.co.uk

    Valve Amplifier Power Supply Ever wondered why your valve amp is so much heavier (and more expensive) than a transistor or solid-state amplifier? Well, one the main reasons is the power transformer.  ...

  • Published bybarebonesamps
    Guitar Amplifier Cabinet Design - barebonesAmps.co.uk

    Guitar Amplifier Cabinet Design So what should we think about when designing a guitar cabinet? Well it’s simple right - just a box with a hole? That’s about right in fact. Amplifier cabinets do sound different...

  • Published bybarebonesamps
    The barebones range of All-Valve Guitar Amplifiers

    barebones Guitar Amplification is an exciting new guitar amp manufacturer based in London, UK. Our all-valve amplifiers are hand crafted in our London studios, employing traditional amp building techniques....

Follow what inspires you
Like another member's style? Follow them to see more of their great finds in your eBay feed.
OK, got it