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Amp cover opinions ?

daveS

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Don A

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Studio Slips is run by Susan Bendinelli, wife of Mike B. at Mesa/Boogie. If they're anything like the cover that comes with a new Boogie, they're pretty good.
 

slider313

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I have a D2F for my Vibrolux and Tuki's on my Deluxe and Pro Reverbs. I prefer the Tuki for the 1/2" of padding,bottom velcro strap and handle flap as opposed to the 1/4" padding,no strap or handle flap on the D2F. Well worth the extra $20 or so for the Tuki.
 

rongtr1

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I have a D2F for my Vibrolux and Tuki's on my Deluxe and Pro Reverbs. I prefer the Tuki for the 1/2" of padding,bottom velcro strap and handle flap as opposed to the 1/4" padding,no strap or handle flap on the D2F. Well worth the extra $20 or so for the Tuki.
Another vote for the Tuki!!
 

SmilingDave

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Studio Slips is run by Susan Bendinelli, wife of Mike B. at Mesa/Boogie. If they're anything like the cover that comes with a new Boogie, they're pretty good.
1+ :agree I just picked one up for my Mesa Boogie 5:25 Express--great service and attention to detail, highly recommended!
 

62Tele

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I have a D2F for one of my amps. Good materials, well sewn, but as per above, I would prefer a little bit more attention to detail.
 

66Park

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I think I've got about 25 of the LeCover covers, and I'd highly recommend them.
 
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Josh O

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Got a Studio Slips clamshell cover for my Bogner Duende. Extremely happy with it.
 

foghog333

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I purchased Tuki covers for two amps and they are very well built. They custom built a set of a Soldano Lucky 13 head and cabinet and they are well worth the money.
 
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Oh wow... I have been on the same search! I had found covers from Antique Electronics Supply and Mojo, but nothing that would fit my amp. Many thanks for the options posted here. My wife mentioned that I could buy a few yards of cloth and have someone in Chinatown make one for me - which I guess is a decent option.

I'm going to browse the options above and see what comes of it.
 

Dave Orban

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Oh wow... I have been on the same search! I had found covers from Antique Electronics Supply and Mojo, but nothing that would fit my amp. Many thanks for the options posted here. My wife mentioned that I could buy a few yards of cloth and have someone in Chinatown make one for me - which I guess is a decent option.

I'm going to browse the options above and see what comes of it.
Most of the makers listed above will happily make them to your spec.
 

daveS

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Awesome ! .... thanks everyone for chiming in.
-d
 

bemeyer

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I've had a few from Custom Covers. All fit wonderfully, are well-priced and their customer service is top notch.
 

RGB

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Another vote for Studioslips...I've purchased 5 or 6 covers and bags from Sue and every one has been a perfect fit. Durable and very well made too.
 




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