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Discussion in 'Cabinets & Speakers' started by BluesForDan, Sep 8, 2021.
new to me, anyhow. I gotta run but here's some quick pics
It looks to be in great condition.
Whats filling those 4 holes?
oem g12t-75 16 ohm? black label?
A bit dusty but will glean up nicely. Almost no scuffs or tears. Very nice!
Nice! 1960's are the shit.
hope to find out soon, looking for my power screwdriver - I know I have one around somewhere.
Looks like it will need metal handles soon, if that was a missing rivet or two I saw in the pics.
heh heh, your post made me go down cellar to check. The picture(s) did look like there were some missing, but they're all there. They are screws, though, not rivets. Is that normal?
Hmm, now I wonder? Where could I find some replacement metal handles? Walmart?
BTW - the back panel screws look virginal. I don't think anybody's been in there since the thing was built.
Good thing they're screws, my replacement metal handles (sponsored by Walmart! LOL) should go right in. Don't wait and have one of those plastic bastards break on you...I've got the 4 inch long 1/2 inch wide shin scar to prove why!
Eek, I've got enough scars on me shins. I was thinking of getting the metal handles, too. Probably not for a little while, as I'm tapped out until I sell something.
Screws on the handles are normal for the most part. My ‘86 1960a has them, plastic handles and screws. Were they riveted on earlier versions?
Marshall started using screws for the handles in mid 1984
handy to know when your dating a jcm800 cab without internal pictures!
if your not too fussed about screw holes not lining up, penn Elcom do a set that are dirt cheap