Who makes the best amp covers?

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  1. Frenster

    Frenster Put your Rock Face on! Gold Supporting Member

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    I have a couple D2F covers I like alot. How are the Tuki covers? Any others I should check out that are up to this level?
     
  2. Billion81

    Billion81 I don't buy cheeba, I grow it. Gold Supporting Member

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    The Tuki covers are awesome. Padded, snug, and super durable. I use Tuki covers for all my Marshall Gear. I had one for the Vibroking but left it at a gig.

    Pretty sure Tuki custom cuts them or makes them for each amp's particular dimension.
     
  3. GuitarBrent

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    Studio Slips. i love those pockets...
     
  4. Frenster

    Frenster Put your Rock Face on! Gold Supporting Member

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    Ted, did you get your BN?
     
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    Tukl.
     
  6. Man with Gas

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    Studio Slips.

    Susan is a real pro to work with and her product is excellent.
     
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    Studio slips. Hands down best covers. Order them for all the amps that i have had for over a few years. Especially the clamshell bags with a pocket. Amazing build quality. And fast turn around. Check em out for sure.
     
  9. FFTT

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    Studio Slips padded covers hands down!

    Strong rugged construction, machine washable, fit perfect.

    I need 10 more.
     
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    I have had covers from all the normally mentioned sources. The best were from Coveramp.com. They use heavy duty vinyl and padding, unlike the cordura and polyfill/foam that all the other manufacturers seem to use. If you're looking for a dust cover, any of the companies mentioned will do. If you are seeking the best protection for traveling without a roadcase, I highly recommend Coveramp.com.
     
  12. thesjkexperienc

    thesjkexperienc <<== I made this Gold Supporting Member

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    I love my Studio Slips cover. Pricey, but if you are sure you are going to keep the amp it is well worth it.
     
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    I like the D2F covers. They're not as thick as the Tuki, but I think they fit better. The Tuki that I have seems a little poofy...but the D2F's are an exact fit.
     
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    I love my Tuki covers!
     
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    Never felt the Studio slips offered much protection except from dust....even with the extra padding I paid additional for.

    The Tuki is a much better fit and really does protect head and cabs as best padded covers can.

    I've had SS, Tuki and LeCover and Tuki's win!!!
     
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  18. Frenster

    Frenster Put your Rock Face on! Gold Supporting Member

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    Studio Slips and Tuki seem pretty cool. Those LeCovers seem really nice too.

    Amplifiercovers.com...not padded.
     
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    The padded Studio Slips always did it for me...I own a bunch of them...
     
  20. archtopjazz

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    Tuki has been working great for me for many years.
     

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