#1
So, got tired of the black stealth look of my amp and cab... so i took upon my self this challenge and it was a pain in the ass to do, but almost two hours later the hard work paid off because im just in love how it looks now!.

Hope you like it too.

#2
I love that look

Looks awesome, good job
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#3
Looks cool, I do like the blacked out too though
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#5
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knobs look badass


Looks like the same knobs with different lighting.
#6
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Looks like the same knobs with different lighting.


oh... ok... i hate the makeover then!

edit: cept for the wheels
#7
It's the bass guys that are really getting into changing the look of basic black cabinets...


#10
Did you make new frames for it and keep the black?

I redid one that a dog had shredded and ended removing a half million staples...

Looks good.
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#11
The lightning is better, yeah
but the amp is nicer indeed, good for you man!


the purple and green bass cab is better though...
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#12
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So, got tired of the black stealth look of my amp and cab... so i took upon my self this challenge and it was a pain in the ass to do, but almost two hours later the hard work paid off because im just in love how it looks now!.

Hope you like it too.




That looks awesome.

I turned my laptop around and showed it to my wife....she gave it a solid thumbs up.

I was blown away by my friend's Mesa yesterday. Sounded excellent on every type of music he played.
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#13
nice work
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#14
Yeah, that's wicked. Nice work man.
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It's the bass guys that are really getting into changing the look of basic black cabinets...



Those are just ugly as fukk
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