#1
I just got a Marshall AVT150 halfstack with the avt412 cab, and it doesn't have wheels on it like the 1960 cabs. Does marshall sell wheels you can switch up with the pegs, or can you even buy wheels from Home Depot? Or do you have to build a dolley type thing for it?
#2
im pretty sure you can just buy the wheels from the home depot and just attach them
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#3
you can buy castor wheels from anywhere, you can either put wheels on it, or make a trolley sorta thing for it with wheels
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#4
I just built a "trolly" for my amp it had wheels and a rail to keep it from falling over...........


not sure why but that sounds kinda dorky


o well I'm still keeping it
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#5
i'd just buy some castors, and screw 'em on
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#6
I vote trolly! Mainly because I wouldn't want to drill some holes in the bottom of my amp for wheels, only to destroy some vital parts in the process .
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#7
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I vote trolly! Mainly because I wouldn't want to drill some holes in the bottom of my amp for wheels, only to destroy some vital parts in the process .


AFAIK, cabinets don't have vital parts in the bottom corners.