Includes Mojotone 5E3 Style Tweed Combo Amp Kit, two-day Amp Build Workshop and catered lunch.
Materials & Supplies: All tools and shop supplies will be provided for your use during the class.
Location: The Mojotone Amp Build Workshop is hosted at our shop at
137 WORTH BEVERAGE DRIVE BURGAW, NC 28425
What to Expect: You will spend two days with our instructors who will guide you through the build, explain amp circuit concepts, and basic electronics. You will be soldering, assembling and genuinely getting your hands inside an amplifier.
**Leave a web order comment with the part number for the covering option you select.**
You can personalize your amp build by choosing one of three finishing options.
Please note on your order which covering and grill cloth combination you would like. No other options are available on this kit for this workshop.
5E3 Style 15W Tube Amp Complete Build Workshop-1
Fender Style Tweed Olive Strip
Fender Style Oxblood w/ Gold Stripe
5E3 Style 15W Tube Amp Complete Build Workshop-3
Fender Style Black
5E3 Style 15W Tube Amp Complete Build Workshop-4
Fender Style Rough Brown
Fender Style Beige Brown
R.J. Ronquillo and Phillip Mcknight Experience the Mojotone Amp Build Workshop!!
Hosted and lead by Mojotone’s Production and Tech Manager Andy Johnson and Amp Products Manager John Manning, this two-day program will take you through a classic “Tweed Style” amp build where you will learn soldering techniques, general amp circuit theory and an overview of what makes the “5E3” circuit a ubiquitous blueprint for countless amplifiers.
You will be guided through the build process, learn to read a wiring diagram and be shown how to use a schematic. Instructors are on hand to quickly address any questions and to help troubleshoot issues if you run into a problem.
By the end of the two-day workshop, you will have hand wired your very own tube amp to enjoy for years to come and have a better understanding of what makes a tube amp so special.
Name: Bill Rating: 5
null What a great workshop. My soldering experience was limited to replacing my tele control plate and building a fuzz pedal. The tips and techniques shared in this workshop have given me all the confidence I need for future amp/pedal/electronics builds. You don't need an electrical engineering degree to take this course. It's like a paint-by-number but with 2 qualified instructors that can answer any question from basic to advanced so maybe I should say it's more like a "choose your own adventure." And the best part is you leave with your very own Tweed Deluxe!
Name: Buck Sears Rating: 5
null I was at the October 2018 class as well. Helpful/friendly staff, great class and well worth the $$ to build it yourself with their assistance. I MIGHT have been able to build it myself, but would have been asking a ton of questions on DIY forums. Went home with an awesome amp. I've been building pedals for years and this was my first DIY/kit amp. Definitely filled in the blanks regarding the parts/theory behind what-does-what enough that I feel confident to build my next amp (Mojotone's Blackface Bassman AA165).
Very cool facility, too.
Best advice I can give for the class would be to bring an LED headlamp (one of those with the stretchy/elastic bands) and a pair of magnifying/reading glasses or goggles. Strictly optional, but I found the 5E3 is a tight chassis to work in, and despite the classroom being very well-lit, it can be difficult to see what you're soldering.
Name: Richard Black Rating: 5
Retired I went in October 2018. This was a great learning experience. Staff was very competent and helpful at every step. I am very glad that I took the trip to Burgaw, NC. I have a rocking, hand wired, point-to-point 5E3 that I built! I feel confident in building my next amp on my own!