Ampeg SVT-CL rear cover replacement

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  1. MP87

    MP87

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    I picked up a used USA SVT-CL head, but it was missing the metallic black grill on the back side that protects the tubes and transformers. I measured it and it is 22"x6.5".

    Anyone know if you can buy a replacement grill? Or has anyone made one themselves?

    Did a search on here and on google but couldn't find anything. Thanks
     
  2. beans-on-toast

    beans-on-toast Supporting Member

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    This isn't a part that is readily available from places that sell Ampeg replacement parts. Why not go to a music store and compare what you need against one on a current SVT-CL. Then contact Loud and see if they will sell you one. Otherwise, people have made their own for original SVT's. There are a couple of threads here discussing it. It can get expensive depending on how it is done.
     
  3. prd004

    prd004

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    Contact Loud, they will hook you ip
     
  4. BassmanPaul

    BassmanPaul Gold Supporting Member

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    Canada is a big place. tell us where you are located and we may be able to be of more help. :)
     
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  6. Vintage-Blue

    Vintage-Blue Gold Supporting Member

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    If you contact Loud, the part number you are looking for is 51-405-01. It still shows in their parts list data so hopefully it is something that they stock.
     
  7. MP87

    MP87

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    Thanks! I called them yesterday, but had to go back to work while I was on hold.
     
  8. Warpeg

    Warpeg Certified rocket surgeon Supporting Member

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    If it's like mine, it's just a rough-cut section of expanded metal with a slight bent edge at the bottom. If LOUD can't help you, then you may be able to easily make one for only a few bucks at a hardware store (?).
     
  9. MP87

    MP87

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    It is on its way from Loud, that part number worked. Thanks
     
  10. beans-on-toast

    beans-on-toast Supporting Member

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    A lot easier than making one. Does it come with screws?
     
  11. MP87

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  12. JimmyM

    JimmyM Supporting Member

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    Eh, screws are no biggie.
     

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