Covers: Tuki vs D2F

Discussion in 'Amps [BG]' started by Linnin, Apr 11, 2014.


  1. Linnin

    Linnin

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    I need a pair of covers for my twin Fender Rumble 112 Neo cabs. Neither company lists them, but of course will gladly sew a couple up for me. Is one company better than the other? Or is there a better alternative. Other Rumble owners are also interested. :cool:

    So what's your experience and recommendation? :confused:
  2. Passinwind

    Passinwind Charlie Escher Supporting Member

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    I've used Tuki and Lecover. Both were good. No experience with anyone else.
  3. Lefty923

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  4. georgiagoodie

    georgiagoodie It's all fun&games 'til the flying monkeys show up Supporting Member

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    'Have both. Both good. 'Just go for the lowest total price of these two.
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  6. rapidfirerob

    rapidfirerob Fusion rules! Supporting Member

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  7. Jeff Scott

    Jeff Scott Don't just TalkBass - PlayBass! Supporting Member

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    I've bought many covers from Gary & Brenda at Tuki since the mid '90s, great product and CS. :cool:
  8. R Baer

    R Baer Supporting Member

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    We use LeCover for our stuff, but Tuki does comparable work. D2F wasn't a good match. Studio Slips makes very good covers, but they are considerably more expensive. For me, I just wanted a well made, durable product that are affordable for our customers and felt Studio Slips was more boutique than I felt a cover needs to be. Very good stuff though if you like to wrap your gear in something fancier and don't mind paying for it.
  9. Joe Louvar

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    My Tuki covers are nice, but I like my www.studioslips.com covers much better.
  10. Linnin

    Linnin

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    OK, that's two testimonials in favor of studioslips. Thanks Joe and Lefty. I'll be sure to check them out. :cool:
  11. Jerry Ziarko

    Jerry Ziarko Supporting Member

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    I used Tuki for years. My latest purchase was a padded cover from LeCover, since they already had a template for what I wanted. I was extremely pleased with the product. Perfect fit, and I was able to have some personalization added for a small charge.
  12. gregbackstrom

    gregbackstrom Supporting Member

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    +1000! I have several of Susan's covers. They're much higher quality than my other covers.

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