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  • shop rack for amp heads?

    I recall seeing pics from other folks here that have used racks to stack up a handful of amp heads.  where did you get your rack?  do you have a brand or link?

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    <div class="message">The noise comes from the cabinet, not from the pots of the front panel.</div>

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    Most are utility shelves. I'd suggest big box hardware stores. Costco, SamsClub also carry them.

     

    If you are good with tools, build your own. Several I've seen looked to be custom made.

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