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Does NOT contain the "Made in USA" script found on some Fender logos. New original Fender reproduction, used in many recent and current model Fenders. Chrome metal caps - replacement for vintage and reissue Fender amps and Peavey amps. Used on Cyber Twin, Cyber Twin SE, Cyber Deluxe, Stage series, Deluxe 90 DSP/900, Ultimate Chorus, Princeton 65 DSP, '65 Twin Custom, '94 (Evil) Twin, "The Twin", Deluxe VM, Bandmaster VM Head, Steel King, and Bassman 300 amplifiers Includes mounting screws and nuts. Pack of 2 stainless steel handle screws for Fender style FAH-332, FAH-261 or FAH-262 handle. Designed to work with a 10-32 T-Nut, in cabinet wood of 3/4" or less. As a bonus, the 6-prong design ensures that your T-nut will stay in place even when working at the edge of a driver hole. Used on vintage and modern brownface and blonde tolex amps such as the 59 Bassman, Hot Rod Deluxe, Blues Deluxe, Blues Deville, Super-Sonic etc. Screws not included - order screw SC-402 separately (takes a pack of 4 screws). Chrome end hooks - replacement for vintage and modern Fender amps. Does not contain Fender logo, so it may be used on other brands of amps.
Used on the upper left corner of the grill cloth on most CBS era Fender amps. 4 1/2" wide, the "F" in the logo is about 2 1/2" inches tall. "Flat" Fender logo, with black "tail", cast metal, mounting screws included. New original Fender reproduction, used in many recent and current model Fenders. Looks similar to the original Fender part number 0990947000. We guarantee that these are the finest T-nuts that you will find on the market. Used on vintage and modern black tolex amps such as the Hot Rod Deville, Blues Deluxe, Blues Deville, Super-Sonic, etc. Screws not included - order screw SC-402 separately (takes a pack of 4 screws).
Used on the upper left corner of the grill cloth on most blackface era Fender amps. 4 1/2" wide, the "F" in the logo is about 2 1/2" inches tall.
Original Fender part number 0994093000Fender AMP LOGO.
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