#2
hardware store
Quote by horny_cactus
Who's Rick Roll? Sorry for my ignorance I just joined this forum so I don't yet Know that member.
#3
Quote by metalminded07
hardware store


Seriously? That's probably the most informative thing I've ever came across on these boards!! That's pretty bad though...
1992 Gibson Explorer (Seymour Duncan '59 neck, Custom Custom bridge)
Jackson King V Professional Std. (Seymour Duncan Invaders)
Mesa/Boogie Nomad 55
Mesa/Boogie 412 Recto. O/S Cabinet
Boss ME-50
MXR 10-Band EQ
#4
well idk i was just guessing
Quote by horny_cactus
Who's Rick Roll? Sorry for my ignorance I just joined this forum so I don't yet Know that member.
#6
Online there is a site, castors-online.co.uk I think. They specialise in many different shapes, sizes, colours and types of fittings of casters, but they have some expensive casters.


You can also try a hardware store or eBay (like mentioned).
#7
Quote by HavokStrife
Seriously? That's probably the most informative thing I've ever came across on these boards!! That's pretty bad though...


What was he supposed to say?
Epi Les Paul-APH1/Mean 90
MIM Strat

Korg DTR1000
ADA MP-1
Mesa/Boogie Quad Pre
Mesa/Boogie Midi Matrix
<power amp>

Quote by rhcp_freak
If you're EQ'd loose, you'll sound loose anyway.
#10
you can buy a set from mesa/boogie but it is $70+. I am looking for casters too for my avatar cabs. I might just screw permanent ones on.
My band.
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My gear.
Marshall: JCM800 2205, 6100, 1960AV
H&K: Triamp MKII, Duotone
Mesa: Recto recording pre, 212
2 Avatar 412 (v30's)
Gibson: LP std, SG std, SG goth, SG spec
G&L ASAT classic
Martin DC-16GTE