A unique conductive copolymer coating for electronic music gear that offers more protection and flexibility than a simple contact cleaner.
About LECTRICare® Music Electronics
- Restores and conditions electronics–amps, mixers, effects units etc.
- Increases resistance to heat, cold, and humidity
- Eliminates drop-outs and interference
- Protects against heat, cold, and humidity
- Lifts away grime and dust for solid, error-free electrical connections
- Complies with California “VOC” air quality and all safety regulatory requirements.
- This is a nontoxic product that is less harmful than methanol alcohol.
My name is Ron Puccetti, and I have been doing Guitar Repair since 1981. I have been using your Sound Synergies LECTRICare product, and I am amazed how well it works. I have used various “TV tuner” spray cleaners over the years, but nothing compares to Lectricare. My usual application is for cleaning pots in Guitars and Amps when they get dirty/scratchy. I will spray Lectricare into the pot, and before I begin to turn the shaft, the pot is nice and quiet. It is pretty much instant gratification! I highly recommend this product to anyone in my line of business. For the record, I work on 1500-2000 guitars per year, so LECTRICare gets a lot of action.
Thank you for making such a fine product, and I look forward to using more of your products in the future.
Ron Puccetti’s Guitar Repair
Sound Synergies Disclaimer
The author/publisher of these instructions and Sound Synergies will accept no responsibility for any injuries or damage suffered by anyone as a result of carelessness or misinterpretation of the instructions/information contained in our videos and website content. Proper electrical safety procedures must always be practiced when working around high voltage tube amplifiers. If you are not completely familiar with these safety practices, do not attempt any work on your amp before becoming completely familiar with proper safety procedures. Please consult with a professional amplifier repair technician if you are uncertain about any aspect of amp repair.
BE SURE THAT THE AMP IS UNPLUGGED AND THE FILTER CAPS HAVE BEEN PROPERLY DISCHARGED!!! Tube amplifiers contain high voltage that can kill you, even if the amp has been off and unplugged for days!!! Safe discharge can usually be accomplished by turning the amp off, unplugging it, and flipping the standby switch to the “play” mode. If your amp has no standby switch, just unplug it and leave it “on” for several minutes. After a few minutes, your amp should be safe to work on. To insure safety, double check by reading the voltage on pin#1 of any preamp tube and pin#3 of any power tube. There should be 3 volts or less.