Correct Rig Case Screws And Where To Get Them.

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Re: Correct Rig Case Screws And Where To Get Them.

Post by The Collector » 16 Jan 2018, 18:11

Hmmmm...interesting. EMS obviously used 2 different types of screws on their casings too, as well as 2 different casing colours (brown or black) and different front panel finishes (glossy/mirrored or satin brushed):

Thanks for them all the same. I still need some then, but these may come in handy in the future if I buy one with the stubbier type :)
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Re: Correct Rig Case Screws And Where To Get Them.

Post by JollyRoger » 17 Jan 2018, 20:58

The Collector wrote:
16 Jan 2018, 18:11
Hmmmm...interesting. EMS obviously used 2 different types of screws on their casings too, as well as 2 different casing colours (brown or black) and different front panel finishes (glossy/mirrored or satin brushed):

Thanks for them all the same. I still need some then, but these may come in handy in the future if I buy one with the stubbier type :)
Here you go LINK HERE FOR THOSE FUNNY SCREWS :crazy:
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Re: Correct Rig Case Screws And Where To Get Them.

Post by The Collector » 18 Jan 2018, 20:04

Thanks Jolly Roger, but it's the ones on the right (screws) that I'm after mate :)

Handy link though for the bolt type ones though cheers!

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Re: Correct Rig Case Screws And Where To Get Them.

Post by Avenger » 18 Jan 2018, 20:09

That's interesting, I know there's a few variants of the murcury as i've noticed one of mine's got a differences in the board to the other two. Can't say i noticed the screws being different though.
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Re: Correct Rig Case Screws And Where To Get Them.

Post by kilimax » 18 Jan 2018, 20:27

The Collector wrote:
18 Jan 2018, 20:04
Thanks Jolly Roger, but it's the ones on the right (screws) that I'm after mate :)

Handy link though for the bolt type ones though cheers!
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