Peavey Combo 300
I just got this killer amp. The center "dust cover" is ripped. Can I easily replace this? How do I find the one I need?
I think you can see it in this pic. Horrible, I know, phone is only camera I have. Arrow is pointing to trouble.
It doesn't seem to be affecting the performance.
The dust cover is just that...to keep crud out of the voice coil. They are readily available in different sizes on ebay or places that supply recone kits. Get one slightly larger than the one that is in there, cut the old one out with an exacto knife, and glue in the new one. Just be careful not to cut into the cone.
Thanks. I thought it might be that simple. Now...I KNOW!
Greatly appreciate it.
It's aluminum; and dented, right?
Nothing to worry about, IMO.
It does feel like heavy aluminum foil. But it actually has a hole in it. All the dark you see in the pic is missing.
I sure do love this thing. The previous owner got tired of lugging it around, so he seperated the head section from the cab section. Looks ok. I am thinking I want to get another cab eventually. Not sure what size yet.
I sure tired of moving mine.Gigged it relentlessly for about 10 years.
It fell out of trailers, down stairs..everything.
Never would quit.
Tried to sell it with no luck and finally gave it away on CL.
Superglu new foil over the hole.
I got a great deal on this as well. Traded a Fender Bassman60 for it. Straight up. Good deal for both of us, CL as well.
He needed something smaller for home practice, I WANTED this.
Man, even with wheels, I didn't like moving it.
With another peavey 115 under it, it was hella loud.
I'm very glad to have a GN MBFusion that weighs 4 lbs, and two 29lb Neo 112's.
Well, Since it never leaves my house, I am really happy with it. Not sure if I want another 115 or a 410.
Never moving is a great location.
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