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Wanted to buy Bell Cover for....Cel Blue


 
4/3/2006 12:31 PM
Bobbyb
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Wanted to buy Bell Cover for....Cel Blue
I thought this may be a good place to try. I know many of you remove the bell cover to fit in your 5e3. Im looking to buy one Celestion Blue bell cover. If you have one or know where I can get one please e-mail me. Thanks Bob.  
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4/3/2006 10:24 PM
Bruce / Mission Amps
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I got a couple from Ted Weber once a while ago, check and see if he has any in the dungeon.  
Bruce
 
 
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4/4/2006 4:51 AM
Bobbyb
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Thanks Bruce ....I'll give him a try.
 
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