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Tolex - Taurus Wine Buggy Whip. Mesa/Gibson Style.
Choose how your tolex is cut:
- Multiple Yards (continuous length)
- DO NOT choose this option if ordering just one yard. It will overcharge you by up to $20 on your shipping fees.
- If you order multiple yards, you will get one piece that is the length you ordered.
- One Yard (cut every yard)
- Choose this if ordering just one yard, or multiple single cut yards.
- If you order multiple yards, you will get several pieces, each cut at 1 yard long. DO NOT choose this option if you want multiple yards in one length.
*Actual shades may vary. Computer monitors do not all display colours the same.
**Due to the constraints of mechanical reproduction, there may be slight variances between purchases.
***Once material has been cut, it is not returnable
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Perfect for covering my homemade pedalboard, matches the colour of my amplifier perfectly (wine red Traynor ycv40). Would definitely recommend to someone looking for a quality sheet of tolex. Shipping was a little pricy but what can you do.
I do like the texture and feel of this tolex. The color is very rich in bright light, but in less light, comes across as basically black with maybe a hint of dark redness. I haven't wrapped a cabinet with it yet, but I have no concerns with the workability of this material.
It's soft... It's red... It's sexy...
I bought this for my best home built cab project. I love the colour (pictures don't do it justice). Way nicer than a standard mono-chrome finish. Really nice mix of darker and lighter burgendy / red colours. It has that "elephant skin" leather type texture like the tolex that comes on Mesa cabs (which I think is classy). But much smoother than the heavy, grainy Marshall type tolex. This is was my first attempt at making and finishing a cab. So I don't have much to compare to for how easy it was to work with. I found it relatively easy to work with, with my amateur tools. Cuts clean and easily with a exacto knife and a good long straight edge (use chaulk to make the back side to prevent bleed through from a pen). I imagine this stuff is easier to work with than the stiffer looking Marshall style heavy grain tolex. I used an aerosol spray glue (applied to the tolex and the wood) to glue it in place. Despite stretching and rolling as best I could (ask someone to help you. An extra pair of hands is really helpful) I got a lot of air bubbles and was disappointed with how it looked. (I might not have let the glue get tacky enough before trying to stick it down.) But after letting it dry overnight, I got a hair dryer on the air bubbles to heat up the glue and rolled every bubble out perfectly (using a small pin to release air on the bigger bubbles - and due to the colour and texture, you can't see any pin holes). After that, the cab looks incredible and utterly professional! Totally worth the effort to do it right. Super happy with how it turned out and would buy this style of tolex again.
Tolex is nice textured feel; smooths easily.