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    Buying grill cloth according to size you need

    How many grill cloth do you need making one #Guitaramp .
    18"x36" -perfect for small combos or head units
    24"x36" -for larger combos or speaker cabinets
    36"x36" -big enough for most 4x12 cabinet

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    https://www.ebay.com/itm/27316363789...84.m1555.l2649

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    I tend to use 'standard' fabric.
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    Just be sure you get it while your girlfriend looks the other way.

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    In this forum everyone is entitled to my opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by überfuzz View Post
    I tend to use 'standard' fabric. Just be sure you get it while your girlfriend looks the other way.
    Every time I go to any fabric store, the saleslady comes up to me and says "you want black, don't you?"

    How do they know???

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    Angry

    Spam/Commercial post which belongs in Plug Your Product/Service
    Wouldn´t care if he were any regular Forum Member but he´s just a well known annoying leech, ZERO contributions and a long leeching history.

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    Do us all a favor and post the plans for the TL606Q. Now that's a man's cabinet.

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    Just passing by...

    Quote Originally Posted by bob p View Post
    ...post the plans for the TL606Q
    Not sure if you were kidding, but here ya go: ElectroVoice_TL606Q.pdf

    I also came across "E-V Pro Sound Facts No. 7" with some tips for speaker cab design & build:
    https://www.scribd.com/doc/14994220/...Speaker-Plans#
    BTW, does anyone have access to the entire "Pro Sound Facts" series?

    EDIT: And here's a useful accessory to go with your TL606Q cab:
    https://www.amazon.com/INGUINAL-HERN...005VVWXVW?th=1

    Carry on,
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    PS: I guess post #7 was supposed to be a "contribution"?

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