Discussion in 'Let's Talk Vintage' started by Appetite4distortion, Feb 12, 2017.
I cannot find it anymore, did the address change? Cannot find anywhere on google.
Its been down 2-3 weeks at least...
Too bad! I´d really like to have some referens material for some old amps I am restoring.
Someone said the domain was renewed on Jan 4th?
Hope Roger is ok. It's great site for reference, he might need help with running costs?
Good thing I saved everything that I wanted. knew this would happen sooner or later..
Sorry I don´t get the amparchives arcihve to open...
It hit the way back but did not get there yet.
LOts of great older reference pics. Hope it comes back, I would be willing to donate..
I emailed Roger and he had let it expire as he didn't have the time for it but said that someone will reopen it.
I hope it will happen soon!
Roger made a great impact with this site!!!
There are quite a few fakes, modded amps on there, but also a large number of nice ones for comparison and restoration.....I love that site.
It would be a total shame if all that info is lost....
Hey all, Phil here, Roger has decided it's time to pass the Amp Archives torch - to me as it happens.
I'm currently overhauling the site to include an advanced search, submissions, community feedback and more. Feel free to contact me through the form on the site, or here. Stay tuned in the next month or so.
Excellent. I have registered already.
Thanks for carrying the torch Phil.
Thank you Phil. That site is most appreciated.
Hang out here and post too if you have the time.
Many thanks Phil taking on Amp Archives... it's a great resource.
What does this mean? Page cannot be displayed due to robots.txt.
What page are you attempting to access? I am currently working on the site, the photo archive is not accessible at the moment and may not be for a couple of days, potentially weeks depending on how smooth the development goes and my other priorities (young son, half-built Trinity Triwatt on the bench ). I will certainly update this thread when the photo archive is accessible.
The link in post 5 that Glide posted.
Ah, don't worry about that. That's not the actual www.amparchives.com site, that's the Internet Wayback Machine at archive.org.
OK, gotcha. Thanks!
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