I just ordered a Studio Slips cover for my Carr Rambler yesterday. Susan offers superb customer service. I had a few questions prior to ordering and she returned my email promptly with all the answers. The order process was pretty painless. The fact they have you verify the actual dimentions of your amp prior to processing the order is a nice touch.
I did a great deal of research prior to selecting a cover manufacturer. I had boiled it down to Tuki or Studio Slips. Both come highly recommended.
In the end I chose Studio Slips because I wanted Brown Cordura and Tuki only had Black. In addition, the photos of the Tuki covers didn't illustrate the "form fitting" kind of fit I was looking for. The Studio Slips covers are represented to have a snug fit.
They were comparably priced. I'll know in a week or so if I made a good choice.
I got a Leather Studio Slips with a Dr. Z head I bought. I sold the head but decided to keep the cover in case I got another Dr. Z head ...... I don't think they offer the leather anymore, that's mainly why I kept it. Excellent quality throughout!!
+1. I have never had any issues with them and they are extremely well made.
I used to buy those cheap amp cases that are all over Ebay and now actually feel that my amps are far better protected after replacing those thin cases (with cheap hardware) with the Studio Slips covers.
CoverAmp for me as I am in Canada. I do own one Tuki cover and it is pretty good. I do like the vinyl that CoverAmp uses, it is very heavy weight. I own one that is padded and several others from them that just are standard. They are all good, no excellent quality!!
I use both, the Tuki and Studio Slip cover for my amp heads, combos and cabs...
In the near future, I am planning on purchasing a Studio Slip Clam shell covers for my Glaswerks Super OverDrive 100 head and GW TH12 Cab.
I buy from coveramp. Both covers that I've bought in the last couple of years have been perfect. Great fit, materials and workmanship. And the owners are a pleasure to deal with. Both times I had my case within a week. I considered buying a Studio Slip or Tuki, and I'm sure they make great covers, but in the end I decided to keep my money in Canada and avoid dealing with crossborder shipping, fees, etc.