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Lining a homemade keyboard case

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  • Lining a homemade keyboard case

    I'm wondering what kind of felt they use in those nice guitar cases, and where I can get it.  I got a real nice shipping container, I'm going to masure and cut the foam and line it with that felt.  Also what kind of glue should I use to attach the felt to the foam, and the foam to the case?

    <div class="signaturecontainer">WTB: Allen &amp; Heath Xone VF-1 Filter</div>

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    Adhesive - consider 3M Spray adhesive. Good stuff. We use it to get vinyl to stick to foam for bike seats.
    <div class="signaturecontainer">--<br><br>Hammond: BC, M3, Split L111, L122 / Leslie: 51, 760 / Yamaha: DGX-620, PF-85<br><br>Follow my new band, <a href="http://DrBombay.ca/connect.html" target="_blank">Dr. Bombay</a>! We're going to be organasmic!</div>

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    • SoundwaveLove
      SoundwaveLove commented
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      Awesome, thanks.

       

      Now where to find that fuzzy lining that feels so nice?


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    Do you have any cats?
    <div class="signaturecontainer">--<br><br>Hammond: BC, M3, Split L111, L122 / Leslie: 51, 760 / Yamaha: DGX-620, PF-85<br><br>Follow my new band, <a href="http://DrBombay.ca/connect.html" target="_blank">Dr. Bombay</a>! We're going to be organasmic!</div>

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    • SoundwaveLove
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      Not enough to line the whole box.



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