Update: June 6th 2017
Roxane has made the tough decision to pass on the legacy of Terry Stinger's wonderful guitar amp PCBs. As a result, a number of changes are underway, including a new web site. Thank you for your patience while we make this transition.
In other news, GoDaddy have foobarred the DNS hosting of the guitaramplifierpcbs.com domain name. Long story short, they did stuff without our permission that makes the domain name inoperable and their tech support is refusing to reverse what they did. So we're in the tedious process of setting up new hosting.
On a positive note, Baby Will (who isn't a baby anymore) has a brand new baby sister, Kiyah.
***IN LOVING MEMORY
OF MY WONDERFUL HUSBAND TERRY L. STINGER, WHO I LOST
ON SEPTEMBER 4, 2010 .I WOULD LIKE TO KEEP THIS WEB
SITE UP AND RUNNING AS WELL AS TAKING ORDERS FOR HIS
FAMOUS CIRCUIT BOARDS. HE SPENT MONTHS AND MONTHS
PERFECTING THIS WEB PAGE AND ALL HIS CIRCUIT BOARDS.
IT WOULD BE AN HONOR FOR ME TO CONTINUE HIS DREAM.
(TERRY I WILL NEVER FORGET YOU, AND I WILL DO MY BEST
TO MAKE YOU PROUD OF ME..-YOUR WIFE ROXANE)***
Our company specializes in developing, producing, and
marketing affordable solutions to amplifier
circuits. By incorporating classic tube amplifier
circuits into simple and convenient printed circuit
board packages, we at
GuitarAmplifierPCBs have been providing high quality
circuit board solutions. Our customer base includes
guitar amplifier enthusiasts from boutique amp shops
to do-it-yourself amp modders.
Our first creation was a circuit board version of the
legendary Marshall 18 Watt 1974x. It's a simplified
version known as the LiteIIb. We call our circuit
board version the "Baby Will". There's more to read
about the Baby Will in its product page and you can
learn more about the LiteIIb circuit at 18Watt.com.
The in the years since, we've launched and further
developed our product portfolio to include another 18
Watt variant, the SuperLite II, and a 5 Watt single
ended amp modeled after the Marshall Super Lead 50
Watt, the Plexi SE.
We developed a circuit board version of the famous
Fender Tweed 5E3 and released it to the public domain
And we continue to develop new circuit board
solutions for great sounding guitar amplifiers.
Check out our News page to read about the
latest projects we are working on.
So, thanks for stopping by. Make yourself at home
and feel free to browse around. We've created all
kinds of neat stuff.
The harder we work to satisfy
you, the better our service will be for those to
That's because our product is not a board. It's the
service we offer our