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Discussion in 'Amp Central Station' started by 2HBStrat, Nov 12, 2019.
My amp does not appear to have a separate felcro'd baffle board.
then it is not an original cab for a pull boost DR.
It could be an original CAB, (not baffle) I've modified a few to have floating baffles from the glued in ones. If you want you can even make wood strips to fill the old baffle groove in the cab and offset the baffle to come out just right.
I wonder why they didn't just replace the speaker baffle and leave the velcro part original? Seems like more work they way they did it...
Pictures. Chassis serial numbers. All this stuff helps us. Instead we are just running around with conjecture and theories.
Wally- the 2x10 baffle board in my DR was built by me and is mounted to the original cleats. The original baffle it replaced was screwed in, not glued. Thought you might like to know.
2 pages and no pics for an 'is my amp stock' thread??
the Velcro attached grille boards are one of the worst ideas Fender ever had regarding cabinets, ime. They are buzzy noise makers and do not hold up to use.
interesting....1971 is very late for a one piece, floating baffleboard. Maybe it is a very early ‘71?? I could see the grille cloth wrapped around the back and knew it was a one piece unit, but in what I could see in the picture it looked as if someone had cut out most of a glued in baffleboard and fitted a combination baffle/grille board.