playingdead wrote:I watched an authorized JBL repair center replace the dustcap on one of my E-120s a few years ago ... it took the guy about 6 seconds for him to hack the old one off with a box cutter, flow that black glue around the hole and stick the new one on there. Sounded just fine and I used to rock those cones back in the day
Jon S. wrote:I'm sorry about your issue and glad to see you're getting good advice here on how to fix it.
Thought I'd mention, though, that before they even made fuzz boxes, Frank Zappa reportedly removed the caps and cones from some of his cabinets, soaked them in brine, sliced up the caps and cones, and reinstalled them for among the earliest fuzz tone (I've also heard of people in the '50's leaving worn out or badly inserted tubes as is for the fuzz tones they delivered).
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