amp head dust cover?

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  1. Wenander

    Wenander Well-Known Member

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    Just found mine shoved in a corner...ofcourse they should always be used. dusty pots are a drag. So im using it now. but i disconnect my guitarcable from the amp, that plastic shit dont need the strain.

    Are you using your dustcover?

    but the looks isnt very nice...but i also see that it says handwired in right corner. when i look online it seems to come with the 1959 handwired reisssue .. pretty cool Screenshot_2020-07-04 Marshall Amp Cover C53.png
     
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    marshalltsl Well-Known Member

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    Yes. Always I do It. Also I disconnect all cables. But I don't have a Marshall dust cover for all my Marshall amps. I cover it with a blanket or cloth.
     
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  3. junk notes

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    I have covers for most Marshall (and Fender) gear. Also have an Anvil and a (soft) Marshall head accessory gigbag for local travel.

    Dust: the electronics killer
     
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    Sustainium Well-Known Member

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    I’m using a custom cover for my amps, not very fashionable but keeps the dust out.
    :cheers: 567BD04C-DAD7-4FE9-8F93-D407296DCF45.jpeg
     
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    junk notes Well-Known Member

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    Smart and practical choice to the remedy.
    (Did this on mixing boards. No scratchy faders :)
     
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  6. Wenander

    Wenander Well-Known Member

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    I love it
     
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    Sustainium Well-Known Member

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    ROTFL, I almost made it through that clip...ALMOST.
     
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    Wenander Well-Known Member

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    Haha. Just what i aimed for
     
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    Two COVR-00026 covers. One for the combo. One for the extension cab. Yes, I use them both.
     
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    I bought a bunch of smallish (3'x4') moving blankets from Harbor Freight to cover all of the amps that I keep out in the living room. Not so much for dust protection, but because I have two cats that would destroy the tolex and grill cloth if given the opportunity.
     
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