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Parts Express Marshall Style Black Elephant Tolex Vinyl Cabinet Covering Yard 54" Wide
Dear all at parts express, due to PC crash I lost your Matthew's detailed answer. What quantity of elephant tolex should I order to refurbish 620 mm (w) x 435 mm (d) 425 mm (h) bass cab ? I will need the spray glue too as matthew recommended. Thank you
Dear all at parts express, would you please email me a quote for the Vinyl Tolex needed to refurbish a 2x10 cabinet whose dimensions in cm are 62 (W) x 43 (D) X 42.5 (D). Thank you very much in advance. Christian
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Date published: 2015-08-10
Can I get a sample of this tolex: Marshall black elephant?
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Date published: 2015-06-08
How many yards will I need to re tolex my Marshall 4 x12 Cab?
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Date published: 2014-12-21
I have a Marshall Silver Jubilee (25th Anniversary) 50 watt head. Do you have the Elephant Hide covering in the original silver color? When I bought this head used in 2001, some idiot had decided to paint the thing white. Thanks for any help.
Unfortunately we only have the black finish available for this covering.
Date published: 2014-11-13
will this covering crack in the cold? i move my equipment in the winter in my trailer. sometimes it is overnight trips in -30 deg.
This covering has no problem in Ohio winters which often dip just below zero, but I cannot say how well it would hold up at those temperatures. It has a fabric backing that should allow for the shrinking and expanding of temperature changes, and I have never heard of this cracking in the past.
Date published: 2014-11-03