1 mugsy 3 weeks ago So the ol' Squirrel Nut Zippers amp I built a few years back started making some noise. After talking with Jimbo, it sounded like a preamp tube. He made a trip to GC and called again asking which brand he should get. He was a little nervous about messing with the amp, so I said I have a buddy in the area that might be able to help.As luck would have it, Jimbo's amp went wonky right in Josh's backyard. I sent him a message and he was at the venue in less than a hour. JB popped in the new preamp tubes and all was well with hours to go before showtime. Jimbo spotted him some tickets for his effort, and I breathed a huge sigh of relief since I didn't have to go pick up the amp.A little while later, the noise reappeared. Josh made a second trip to the venue. Thinking it might be power tubes, he made a stop along the way to buy a new pair. No dice, unfortunately.After digging a little bit more, he discovered the noise was affected by the treble pot. We had the same thought: leaky cap in the tone stack.Jimbo sent the amp home with Josh to take a look. And this morning, he replaced the leaky cap and delivered the amp to get the Squirrel Nut Zippers back on the road.God bless Josh and the GDP He went above and beyond. Hopefully he can post a few pictures from the show Thanks again, my friend!