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6/10/2004 11:40 AM
Filippo Morelli
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5e3 decal replica
Guys,  
Sorry for the not-so-technical question, but I've been looking for the inside paper decal that goes in the 5e3 chassis. Anyone know of where one can buy a reprint? It's the final detail on an otherwise awesome sounding amp.  
 
Thanks,  
 
Filippo
 
6/10/2004 12:26 PM
anonymous
Ebay.Or better yet by some vintage looking paper and make your own made by you :)
 
 
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6/10/2004 12:37 PM
Filippo Morelli
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Ebay -- I looked for both Fender 5e3 and Fender Deluxe. I didn't find one. Printing my own would be fine, if there was a PDF or something of the original print and some idea of what paper is in the right ballpark.  
 
Thanks,  
 
filippo
 
6/10/2004 6:33 PM
dynodan
If you are talking about the tube chart, I have it on my website. Go to the builders forum, look for it there. It would be nice if you stop in and say hi, while you are there....  
 
www.tubegarden.com  
 
dan
 
6/11/2004 12:51 PM
Jimy
I made my own "vanity plate" version of the tube chart on a computer. I laid it out in MS Word and printed on a laser printer. The paper was some off-white, textured stock that I had left over from the last time I printed my resume. I attached it to the cab with spray-on adhesive.  
 
Check it out:  
 
http://www.lilypix.com/photos/showpic.php?aid=1945&uuid=52&pid=29452  
 
Of course you could just as easily make it historically accurate, if that's what you prefer. I just decided to have a little fun with it.
 
6/11/2004 2:03 PM
ted m
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hahaha, i was wondering who had the ones made after mine!!
 
6/11/2004 5:24 PM
Filippo Morelli
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Yeah, I'm looking for a replica -- a copy of the original. I don't have an original, have no idea what it looks like. I figured someone out there must have a copy (and found paper that looks right) or someone sells the sheet. I thought ampwares might have it but I've had less than helpful experiences there.  
 
If anyone has any leads or helpful suggestions, I'm all ears!  
 
Thanks!  
 
Filippo
 
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