#1
i want to paint my half stack a vibrant ass color just for the **** of it of how it will look at shows so will spray paint stay on amplifer material
Last edited by frozey at Jan 9, 2007,
#5
Even if you use a nice 'ass color' I don't it'll look good. The only way to make it look professional is to remove whatever it's covered in now, and then apply new tolex, or similar.
#7
Hmm i know you can get like car interor spray paint that will stick to farics and platics and stuff, i see it on tv all the time, check it out.
Epiphone EJ-160E 6 string acoustic
Fender american highwayone sunburst strat
Art and Lutherie Cedar 12 string acoustic
Gibson (White) Les Paul Studio
VOX AC30CC
boss dd-3
ibanez ts-9
boss ce-5
mxr phase 90
bigshot aby
big muff pi
#8
cover it in fake fur
Member #5 of the "I play my guitar as high as Tom Morello does" club.

PM forsaknazrael to join
#9
Force baby rodents to grasp the outer material of your cabinet, thus releasing the present coating. Once this is complete replace the former material with a new casing and repaint.
Quote by Duff_McGee
Masturbate. A lot. Seriously.


<----This is a man
#10
Hmm i know you can get like car interor spray paint that will stick to farics and platics and stuff, i see it on tv all the time, check it out.


Yep its called vinyl dye, which would most likely work, but the best bet is to re tolex it.
Carvin MTS 3200 Head
Avatar 4x12 (2 V30's and 2 G12-T75)