Certified 1967 on Delco Car Radios. After searching through all US schools for young ones i was the only one certified! Dr. M. R. Bose is my Jr. certified in 72 or 74.
About Tony Mac's family:
My Dad opened his first TV Repair Shop in 1959 before that He was an auto mechanic. His best friend Mr. Frank Avery in 1940s built a motor that was clocked at the dirt track in West Memphis Arkansas as the fastest in the world! His motor finished second in the 1950 Indy 500.
My uncle worked 19 years with Zenith.
My oldest brother worked 15 with Zenith.
My Mom makes the best biscuits in the world!
About Tony Mac:
I went on my first TV service call at the age of eight with my DAD. 1966 at the age of 13 authorized RCA & Motorola warranty. Mr Frank said I did a better job soldering in the brushes in his alternators than my Dad.
At the age of 13 Factory Certified Delco Radio Service. At the time one of only 43 men to ever be so credited, 35 years younger than the next man on the list! Worked through high school at my Dad's BUD'S TV, in Alamo,TN going on service calls, installing antennas, and bench work on anything electronic that made MUSIC.
In 1972 I scored in the top 15% of all to have ever taken the Navy's electro mechanical aptitude test
Since High School I have worked from my home at Brim's Corner with two International Touring Sound Companies and, some of the biggest names in the Music Industry passing through MEMPHIS TN. Studio Builders and, Audio Engineers from all over the WORLD. They call my home the Sonic Museum, because of all the 50'S electronics that I collect!
Expert in Tube, Solid State and, Digital Technologies!
If it makes Music and is electronic I love to work on it!
Turntables, Cassettie Decks, Reel to Reel, Console Stereos with Eight Tracks, Mixing Consoles
"The # 1 pratical audio tech in the world, if there is a better tech I have yet to see his work!" (Dave Whitelock) Monitor Engineer for the "WHO" at "WOODSTOCK" FOH Systems Engineer & Crew Chief~Bobby Whitlock
"As talented as any one to have ever steeped through the doors of 1700 Popular" (Wayne Jackson) Memphis Horns
"King of the Soldering Iron" (Nate the Rat) Jerry the King Lawlers Manger at the time.
"The only man in Memphis TN. that can repair a Carver power amp." (Andy Mayall) Pro Show Audio Systems.
Crockett Sound Laboratory
Tony Mac Crutchfield
729 Hwy 54 South
Alamo TN 38001 USA
Email Mac @ WonderBarMan.com
VINTAGE TUBE GUITAR AMP RESTORATIONS
DELCO CAR RADIO SERVICE
FACTORY CERTIFIED 59~75
DELCO CAR RADIO GOODIES
Approved by Tony Mac
ShareCroppers & Friends!
COTTONFIELDS Recording Studio
DELCO RADIO SERVICE
New: Speakers, Amps, Reverb, etc. That work with old Delco's
DELCO MODEL # & DATE CODES
1965 Chevrolet TV Commericals!!!
Sound Systems Basics
COTTONFIELDS Recording Studio
COTTONFIELDS' West Tennessee Music Samplour
NEW PHOTOS: COTTONFIELDS Recording Studio DirtWorks 5/19/12
T. A. Edison's Lost Lathe
TonyMac's N Ford Tractor aftermarket parts tips
1942 2N Ford
1942 2N Ford2
1942 2N Ford3