Fender MIM P-Bass Gets Upgraded Pickups

A famous Houston Jazz Cat sought out the services of The Unbrokenstring Crew after hearing about us by word of mouth. This instrument was at home on the stage and in the studio, but just needed a little something more. Could The Unbrokenstring Crew supply that ‘little something more’ and get it done before this…

Fender Vibro Champ Combo Amp ‘Almost’ Lost to Hurricane Harvey

Texas Amplification, operated by the late Darryl Shifflett, built some of the finest Fender Blackface clones available. Much of the inventory of Texas Amplification was subjected to the flood waters of Hurricane Harvey. This newly-completed combo amp was high enough to escape immersion, but did not escape the subsequent rain, humidity and condensation. Could the…

A Little TLC for an Orange Amplification 15 Watt Head

This unit came in to the shop with intermittent signal and power issues. First, we need to get this unit functioning consistently. Only then is it possible to find other issues that need attention. Could The Unbrokenstring Crew have a look at it and bring it back to its full potential? This all-tube unit looks…

Cool Sunn Practice Combo Amp Blows a Fuse

The fuse blew in this Sunn Stinger 20, but the new fuse blew as well. Then, it quit working for good. Cool Under Fire wanted this combo amp back in action. Could The Unbrokenstring Crew sort it all out?      Our patient still has that cool Sunn vibe after all these years, even if it…

Shure 55S Microphone Rescued from the Dumpster

Dr. Shoen’s girlfriend at the time found this microphone in a dumpster behind a church. What did he really find, and could it be more than a theatrical prop onstage? The Unbrokenstring Crew goes to work!   Shure Brothers built this iconic microphone at the factory in Evanston, Illinois in the years between 1951 and…