Best amp "feet'?

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  1. 57special

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    I'm looking for some nice amp feet for some head boxes i built. I'm thinking some large, somewhat resilient (for shock absorption) ones would be best. What do the big deal amp heads use (Komet, etc.)? And where would one get them?
    TIA
     
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    +1 on that item. I've bought those feet many times.
     
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    Those look like the same ones that Boogie uses on their cabs--or at least used to. I've bought a couple sets through them and they're excellent! Unfortunately, I wasn't aware of Antique Electronic Supply and paid Mesa $15 bucks for each set. Makes you wonder how much they mark up their amps.
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    I don't know where they come from but the ones on Allesandro amps are the ****.
     
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    Not bad for mid grade feet.

    Though if you want "real" protection
    you need these:

    The Isonoe™ Anti Vibration Footers at
    http://www.kabusa.com/index_ac.htm

    While MrMo is pissing and moaning about
    spending $15 to have his amp on better footings,
    and alanfc doesn't mind spending $30
    to get proper isolation from vibrations.
    We should be budgeting about $50/foot
    for proper isolation.

    Scroll down and see!

    But don't take my word for it, read all about it here:

    World leading Institute of Sound and Vibration research facility at Southampton University: http://www.isvr.soton.ac.uk/
     

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