PRS MT15 amp cover

claythomas

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Hello all,
I have searched the usual sites(PRS accessory, Reverb, E-Bay, Amazon, Google...) but can not find a replacement PRS MT15 amp cover. The zipper just came apart and I don't think I can get it back on track. The other end still works, but my OCD is killing me. Would anyone know where I may find another one?
Thanks in advance!
 
If they don’t sell them at the PRS Store, then you’re probably out of luck. You could try contacting a cover place to see if they would be willing to make one like the original.
 
After many years of searching, these are the best (for my purposes) I've found. They zip completely around the amp, they're padded with a quilted liner so the padding doesn't bunch up, the bottom is covered, and there are options for things like leather strips on the bottom, additional outside pockets, etc.

The materials are first class. Made in the US.

 
Ugh… here it comes, the book of PRS Amp Lamentations:

For there were copious amplifier offerings, in custom Maryland form as well as import. Tolex, paisley, flame maple, circuit tweaks, all were on the menu from the USA, and even import amplifiers were crafted as non-disposable goods. And to clothe those precious creations, covers were abound. Custom fitted, padded, with dope embroidery and storage pockets.

But, as a child spoiled by abundance, who claims their birthright and spoils it on perverse pleasures, the guitarists gorged themselves on amps made to ashes when they first became tarnished, and worst of all, modelers. The time of amps worth a cover was over. So it was in the land of Maryland and online, that covers were no longer sold in the West Street East store. And the righteous among the land tore their robes and gnashed their teeth for all that had been lost.

So, no, unfortunately PRS doesn’t sell MT15 covers.

Although an MT15 with the paint beat to hell would be kinda cool.
 
Ugh… here it comes, the book of PRS Amp Lamentations:

For there were copious amplifier offerings, in custom Maryland form as well as import. Tolex, paisley, flame maple, circuit tweaks, all were on the menu from the USA, and even import amplifiers were crafted as non-disposable goods. And to clothe those precious creations, covers were abound. Custom fitted, padded, with dope embroidery and storage pockets.

But, as a child spoiled by abundance, who claims their birthright and spoils it on perverse pleasures, the guitarists gorged themselves on amps made to ashes when they first became tarnished, and worst of all, modelers. The time of amps worth a cover was over. So it was in the land of Maryland and online, that covers were no longer sold in the West Street East store. And the righteous among the land tore their robes and gnashed their teeth for all that had been lost.

So, no, unfortunately PRS doesn’t sell MT15 covers.

PRS never had covers available for the HXDA, DG30 or the other CAD amps, nor did they ship with covers. I have no idea why.

It was nice when PRS accepted custom orders for amp coverings on the CAD amps, but it seems like that lasted about a minute. They were always specialty amps, and never grabbed the attention of the public that, for example, Mesa always gets, despite the fact that they're made to a much higher quality level (a comparison of the innards and chassis of any of the CAD amps and a Mesa of the same vintage will surprise you, though I also have - and still like - Mesa amps along with my PRS amps).
Although an MT15 with the paint beat to hell would be kinda cool.

Simple solution:

Take the tubes out, tie it to the back of your car or truck, and simply drag it for about a quarter of a mile along a gravel road. Then, just like magic, voila! Instant relic!

In fact, once the tubes are out, it's perfectly OK to throw them away and stick a modeler in the relic'd chassis. I mean, if you're gonna be a poser, be really good at it. ;)

I do this with all of my amps and guitars. And people will pay extra when it comes time to sell! *




*Do not take this literally. It's humor.
 
Go To An Alterations Store And They Can Easily Fix It For You. Any Neighborhood Grandma Could Do It In Her Sleep And Could Likely Use The Cash For A Job Well Done. :)
 
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