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Vinyl cover


Posted on Wednesday, April 27, 2005 - 11:02 am:   

Any body know a good source for a cover for my amp? I was thinking a road case but it's fricken heavy enough already.
Steve Kennedy (admin)
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Registered: 03-2002
Posted on Wednesday, April 27, 2005 - 08:06 pm:   

Measure your amp then check out the sizes of all the Peavey or Fender covers and see if you can find a close match. This is the least expensive method.

Alternatively, go to Tuki Covers or Kangaroo Covers and get a custom cover built.


Larry DePietro
Posted on Friday, January 20, 2006 - 02:08 pm:   

Hey Steve:
this is of the first coupla times i've visited the site here. as soon as i get the information we'll see what we have to do to get my son's guitar player's amp back up and runnin'.
in the meantime i'd like to let folks know about a supplier i've had pretty good luck with in the past.
MCM Electronics at 1-800-543-4330 has a good-sized selection of just about anything you might be looking for, from pro gear to discontinued parts to tools to home appliance parts. i'd hope that if you could muster the time, you might browse the replacement guitar speaker section and let us know what you think of the selections and prices. traditionally, MCM can be quite high for computer componentry but if you can't find that drive belt for that old garrard or Lafayette turntable from 1970, this is a good place to look.
they'll usually send out one catalogue for free to new customers and they probably still have the $20 minimum order requirement but if you folks have never heard of this place you really oughtta give them a look.
John Newmark (jnewmark)
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Registered: 11-2012
Posted on Monday, November 19, 2012 - 08:01 pm:   

Trying to find a good substitute cover for an HD150 head. It's dimensions seem to be a little off for the usual Fender or Peavey similar type heads. Does anyone know of commercial made head cover for the HD150 ? There are some custom ones on Ebay that go for $30 + shipping, but I don't mind using another brand name cover if it's less expensive.
Lars Verholt (lmv)
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Registered: 11-2009
Posted on Monday, November 19, 2012 - 08:39 pm:   

Imho, $30.00 + shipping is very reasonable. I much doubt you will find anything cheaper. D2F Covers, my preferred source, is more expensive but the covers are padded. I would be curious about how the quality of the Custom Amp Covers Inc. product is. If anybody has tried them, please post it here.

Lars Verholt
jnewmark (jnewmark)
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Registered: 11-2012
Posted on Monday, November 19, 2012 - 09:02 pm:   

The closest " other " cover I have found is a Peavey PA head cover, that is about a half inch to small in height.
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I recently purchased a cover

I recently purchased a cover for my 115RD One Hundred from MDB Covers. It fits great, (well I gave him the dimensions), and looks good too! Very reasonable prices.


Cover in UK.

I have a MM sixty five 2X12 and am after a cover here in the UK. It does not have to be snug, just protective of rain. Would a Fender Twin cover suffice?
Thank you,

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I would be happy to measure

I would be happy to measure my twin cover but I can't find it! My twin has been in a flight case for over 30 years and the cover IS here somewhere but I can't seem to locate it and my twin (in the case) is buried in the basement with a ton of equipment on it and around it. If nobody else chimes in, let me know and I will open up the twin and measure IT. Mike.

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Actually, just Googles Fender

Actually, just Googled Fender Twin dimensions and they are 20x26x10 1/2 so if the MM is close, it should work. Mike.


MM65 dimensions.

I have just measured the amp. 27" x 19" x 11" (at the base).
Bigger than a twin! I need a tarp seam welding device.....

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