Nice photos, Thanks!
Hi Carl. I'm in Newcastle NSW. I noticed that you do a lot of stuff on the MM website - thanks for the great images.
I have a 210RD combo, desparately seeking a MM logo plate OR a hi-res scan or mould (hey, I'm desparate). Do you know where I can get one? If you have on that you could scan, I would be grateful - been looking EVERYWHERE!
Anyhow - thanks again for all the resources, time etc you contribute.
your best bet is ebay USA you will need paypal though, that is an account where you pay by credit card, from time to time badges do actually come up ive seen maybe 5 in the last 6 months, also do google searches "musicman badge"
i have a lower RP100 badge but wont really suit yur amp. the last photo in this post is a scan. if you want a vectorised image email email@example.com there was a guy on this site form SA who said he was going to make moulds. Maybe you could do the same and make a resin copy of the badge? FYI the originals are steel. good luck. carl.
|Steve Kennedy (admin)|
Actually, the Music Man badges are a cast aluminum alloy. Making resin copies can be done, just make sure you use a strong polyester resin (or something like it) instead of the commonly available fine-grain "modeler's resin" (which will break much more easily).
Another good idea is to use metal washers in the mounting hole locations while casting to improve the survivability of the final product.
Hey, are there any "bigger" and more readable versions of those ads?
I'd like to see the description...
yes on ebay sometimes you can get a copy, but i was able to read it with some effort
I've got remolds made.
They are made of 2 component Epoxy
if anyone's interested..
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