#1
Alright, I really like amps that look vintage (the tweed look) but can find none that I want that are made this way.

How difficult would it be to make an amp look vintage (not beat it up, that's the wrong answer) and what steps would that take?

Thanks for your help.
#2
Umm well I would go to a guy that does interiors for cars and such. I'm sure he could cover your amp with tweed for around $100
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1980 Gibson SG Standard Cherry Red
Ibanez TM-71 Talman Artcore Semi-Hollow
2003 Tom Delonge Fender Strat Seafoam Green
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#3
Quote by Syris
Alright, I really like amps that look vintage (the tweed look) but can find none that I want that are made this way.

How difficult would it be to make an amp look vintage (not beat it up, that's the wrong answer) and what steps would that take?

Thanks for your help.
Look harder. A tiny sampling of what's available:
http://www.music123.com/Fender-57-Twin-Amp-Tweed-Combo-Amp-480865-i1145454.Music123
http://www.wwbw.com/Fender-Tweed-Hot-Rod-Deluxe-Guitar-Combo-Amp-i108823.music
http://www.zzounds.com/item--PEV00583150
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Fender-Champion-600-5-Watt-1x6-Combo-Amp?sku=485054
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Gibson-Goldtone-Les-Paul-Jr.-Amp?sku=481209
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Peavey-Delta-Blues-115-Tube-Amp-Combo-?sku=481016
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#4
Sorry, I'm talking about a bass amp, not a guitar one, I should have cleared that up at the beggining, my fault.