So.... I have this old peavey cab from the 80's. Its built like a fucking tank. It sounds great, but when i bought it, it was pretty beat up(i'v had it forever).
Someone flipped it over and put casters on the top which is now the bottom. So the handles are really low on it.
They also cut a 4x4 square out of the top which is why i guess they flipped it over.
I'v been wanting to repair it. I always just had a peice of wood nailed over the hole and weather stripping since i was a kid. Worked fine, but i'd like to cut the walls of the hole even and put a piece of birch with some splines or something to repair it. Flip it over and mount the casters on the bottom. But it would be need a retolexing.
So here in lies the problem. I'd really like to do a black and white snakeskin tolex, BUT, its a front load cabinet. How the hell do you retolex a cab that doesnt hafe a removable back. The piece that is on it is seamless all around the sides AND back. One big piece.. I'm thinking it has to be a spray on like a rhino liner. Is there anyway to do this?
I dont think i could do this with a pattern. It would have to be a solid color and there would be seams running along 4 outer edges
not all at once now. asshats!