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In Reply to: RE: Amp Case Issue posted by R Browne on June 29, 2017 at 09:46:20
C'mon it's a cheap stamped tin box cover,
likely (clearly?) with poorly applied paint.
Yeahh it can be annoying.
But It's the sound that actually matters.
Not the condition of the tin lids' paintwork.
IF it really annoys? a Rattle can respray is simple enough to DIY...
Edits: 06/29/17Follow Ups:
...you can go in that direction if all else fails. In the OP's case easier solutions may work.
I had a situation a few years ago when I had a pre-amp I was not using stored in a closet that got some gouging scratches on top of the cover that went down to the bare metal. With some Bondo and sandpaper I was able to get rid of the scratches. I was very lucky to have on hand a can of spray paint that exactly matched the original finish. A few careful coats of paint later you could not tell that it was repainted.
Dig-Dig-Dig-Dig, We have a winner.
When all else fails get out the rattle can.
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