Dogbone style handle, black. Max working weight capacity 40lbs (industry standard for this style of handle, see below).
Don't let the price fool you! You can certainly spend up to 10X the price on "brand name" versions of this stuff if you're into that, but these are made by the same manufacturer to the same specs as the "brand name" versions. The only difference here is that you're not paying for a brand name to be attached.
Sold individually. Screws not included.
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Tech's notes: "Dogbone handles are great for small/light amps/cabs/combos, but that's where it stops. They just aren't built for handling a lot of weight. Note that the 40lbs working capacity is the industry standard for all dogbone style handles from all major manufacturers. Why the big brand uses these as stock handles on such heavy cabs is beyond me. For that reason, I much prefer using strap handles and/or leather style handles which are both reinforced by a steel strip."
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Easy to install. Works as expected.
Amazing quality handle. I would be happy to replace any damaged amp handle, vintage or otherwise with these.
They may not be an exact, period correct match for the gear I typically work on, but you cannot get a better handle anywhere near this price.
A good quality handle that I've used on several builds to get that British-Vox-style look. These basically look like Vox (or Fender Blues Junior) handles, minus the logo. Just be aware that you can't install these on a cab and expect to sit a head on top. The handle rides way too high for that. In that case, get the Fender-strap or Hiwatt-style handle that sits flatter.
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As good as any OEM cab handle.
This is a very well made handle. Sure, it's not as fancy as a nice leather one but it's so much cheaper and should be just as durable. A good alternative to pricier handles that will do the job just fine while looking good.
these are great, i like them a lot and use them on small heads and combos. they feel good, no sharp edges from the tooling, etc. and are very comfy on the fings