Urgent Help Grill Cloth off my Fender Supersonic

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs' started by iwanthelp, Jan 13, 2008.


  1. iwanthelp

    iwanthelp Member

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    How do I get it off I have just spilt a **** load of liquid in there I need to remove it ASAP... is it just stapled in.... or can it pop out in some way???

    please anyone?
     
  2. scottlr

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    If it is installed similar to a vintage Fender, you should be able to remover the speakers, the unscrew the baffle (from inside the cab), and it'll pop off the front. I'd not take the cloth off the baffle, but clean as best as you can, dry and put it back.
     
  3. iwanthelp

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    Thanks Scot

    If the speaker also has liquid in it how is best to dry it without damaging it?
     
  4. scottlr

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    air/hair dryer? If sticky, I'd probably use a wet paper towel to sop up the stickiness. Never had this problem, but logic leads me to try this. Don't soak the cone, though. I'd probably just deal with a stain. But a moist towel might get some of the stickiness off. I just repaired a tear in the paper surround of a vintage speaker, and air dried the repair within about 8 hours or so. I wasn't in any hurry, so I just let it dry on its own.
     
  5. 67super

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    The entire grill pops off the front. It's held on with velcro.
     
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    Ahh, even better!
     
  7. iwanthelp

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    Thank you so much guys, with both your help I may have just saved my amp.... I really appreciate it
    cheers
     

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