Musical Instrument Repairs
Welcome to MIRepairs at Hillsound
MI Repairs was established in 2001 by musician and repairer Leonard Lamprell, originally trading as The Hampton Repair Workshop.
Leonard has a wealth of experience and knowledge built up over thirty years in the music industry. This time has been spent as professional musician, retail manager of a number of well known UK music stores and as a highly respected, experienced and qualified repairer.
At MI Repairs our emphasis is on customer service and high quality repairs at reasonable rates.
Always be assured of a warm welcome and helpful advice - we look forward to seeing you at the workshop.
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Absolutely knocked out by the brilliant result of all your hard work and expertise. I am indeed very, very happy with the result! I thought that guitar was dead and gone but you've brought it back! Plays Great!
Many thanks once again for the work you did on the Loree oboe. The results are excellent - the oboe looks great and feels so much easier to play.
Now I've had a chance to sit down & play my 'serviced' Takamine. I would never have thought it would make such a difference. It sounded great to start with, but its even better now - what a great tone! It really is like a new neck & I'm not being fooled by new strings either, it plays better than ever.
Just to let you know that my son Al came round to collect the guitar yesterday, was absolutely delighted with it and played beautifully on it for nearly an hour. Thank you for your wonderful restoration.
I have nothing but praise for Hillsound. Their service and attention to detail has been fantastic. They did a great job repadding and servicing my saxophone.
You have returned my Les Paul's neck to its former glory and I am very pleased with the set up, money well spent. Sound's great through the Cornford Harlequin and is resonating like it used to. Only my neighbours will be sorry!
I can say that a proper overhaul has definitely been worth every penny. I've just been having a practice and, although I thought it was OK before, it is so much better now. I can't wait to join my clarinet group on Thursday.
Golly...is that what my sax is supposed to sound like! What a difference...have just gone up two grades...I love it!