Original One-Pin Black Plastic Corners for Vintage Vox Amplifiers - Set of Eight Corners

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Original One-Pin Black Plastic Corners for Vintage Vox Amplifiers - Set of Eight Corners
 

North Coast Music purchased the original British plastic injection mold for the "one pin" corner in 1997 from Rean, the London based plastics company that originally manufactured these corners for Vox. Our corners are produced in the United States using this original Rean mold. Additionally, we use the exact and original plastic formulation specified by Vox for correct color, sheen and crack resistance. The Original One-Pin corner is only available from North Coast Music.

These corners were also used by Thomas Organ on Vox amps built in America. This included all of the angled corners of the trapezoid head cabs, such as the Super Beatle, Royal Guardsman, and Buckingham. The corners are flexible and form to fit the angles of these heads perfectly.

These corners accommodate up a 3/8" to 1/2" radius on the front/rear edges of the cabinet and a larger, 3/4" radius on the side edges of the amp cabinet (see second photo above for further clarification). Mounting screws and front pins are not included.

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