#1
I just bought a new amp off amazon, i got it used
But when i got it some screws were missing in the front plate where the speakers is held in place so it wobbles but if i only push it
I dont play too loud so its not wobbling while i play.
So i dont think it will cause any damage i hope but the whole time my screw keep hitting the back of the speaker since it was magnetic
Can that mess up the quality?
Im new to a lot and pretty ypung
so i just want to know how take good care of my insturments and gear.
#3
Will Lane
It doesnt let me upload a picture but its at a slight angle since the other screws still keep it in place somewhat.
Its missing screws on tops which is why.
It doesnt move at all. Ill be trying to go to ace sometime to get more screws for the top.
Will it still cause harm like this?
Just being still at a 15° angle or so?
#4
Well it cant be good for it. Just get some screws and put them in, they are cheap and its not exactly rocket science. Better to just do that, than wonder if the speaker is gonna break at one point.
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#5
what amp are we talking about here?

regardless get some new screws and tighten her up.
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#8
Im trying to get some screws ill take one off and go to ace and buy more.
But i dont drive yet, so i need to wait so i can get a ride but theres constant winter storms and the roads are frozen.
#9
oh is it just the grille at the front? I could be wrong but I doubt that'd do any harm. that grille is just there to protect the speaker from stuff coming into contact with it (and maybe, depending on the material it's made from, it might soften the tone slightly).
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#10
It was the whole entire panel that holds the speaker
I went ahead and put wood glue and some screws on the side and now its good
#11
ah ok
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I'll have to put the Classic T models on my to-try list. Shame the finish options there are Anachronism Gold, Nuclear Waste and Aged Clown, because in principle the plaintop is right up my alley.

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