#1
Just wondered what you lot thought of my new amp head box. If the amp looks wrong, it's because it's a 6101, which is really a 1x12 combo, so all the writing is up-side down! Stops people festering with it when I'm not looking
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#2
Awesome.

Let me be the first (online) to tell you how good it looks. Nice idea putting it upside down.

Wait... was it a head to begin with?
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#3
Thanks darren. No, it was a combo, so it was up the other way, the tubes are now pointing up instead of hanging down. With eleven of them, they create a lot of heat, which can't be good if it's soaking back into the amp. Now the heat just rises straight up & away from the amp instead.
#4
That looks brilliant! Also sounds like a clever idea with the heat thing. Did you add any extra stuff to keep the tubes in place? And is there a grille or something on top for ventilation?

I'd like to see pictures of different angles, 'cos it looks great.
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#5
There are retainers on all the valves already, so that helped.I haven't put a grille on top as the whole back is just grille. I haven't got any more pics yet, didn't think to take any, it spent 18 months as bare ply!! I'll take some more later & try to post them.
#6
Cool, look forward to seeing them. The whole back as grille? Metal or wood?
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#7
What amplifier is it exactly?

Looks good, btw.
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#8
Here's some extra pics, including a guitar hanger thats detatchable, hope you like.
Mrcarrot, it's a Marshall 6101LM, the mass produced 30th Anniversary 1x12 model.
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#14
I love the guitar holder idea!
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#15
Thanks, It was cheap too, the hanger was £4 from ebay & the wood was an off-cut of solid wood flooring I fitted for someone
#17
It's just ordinary 18mm birch ply, butt jointed on the corners, glued & screwed, I had to add a piece of wood around the back, just ordinary soft wood, & covered it with 2 coats of exterior quality wood stain (i.e. coloured varnish). It hides a multitude of sins