Cab/Faceplate design for 6g6-B bassman clone

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Re: Cab/Faceplate design for 6g6-B bassman clone

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Sandy from Emblems NZ is all over it

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Re: Cab/Faceplate design for 6g6-B bassman clone

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StrummersOfThunder wrote: Sat Jun 25, 2022 6:31 pm Sandy from Emblems NZ is all over it
He is good, did me some bits too.

I'd say go with Durablack if you can afford it. Another crowd in Hamilton quoted me nearly $200 for my 'Jansen' frontpanel for Durablack. Would have been good looking as hell but couldn't justify it when the plastic only costed $40.

Edit - my plastic front panels, black on white, was done by Epic Engraving in New Lynn. Alex is the boss there. He bought a whole sheet for me so there should be plenty.

You have seen my blue 'Jansen' combo and even though it is plastic, it looks da bizz :D
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