'69 small box JMP - FEET!

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Hi all,

Bit of a weird question perhaps...
i'm restoring a '69 small box JMP. It's original rubber feet are missing. In order to search for correct replacements I was hoping other vintage JMP owners could post a photo of those rubber feet (I assure you it's not a fetish thing!). 😉
Thanks guys
 
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I live near Yellowstone National Park.
Was in the park on Monday and met a very nice couple from Belgium.
I will tell you the same thing I told them, ‘love your waffles”!:cheers:

Welcome to the forum. Great folks here!

:welcome:
Hah! Thanks (planning coming to Yellowstone next year myself - if I can stop buying amps that is...)
On the waffle thing: we Belgians really don't have a thing for waffles, that's a myth. Beer on the otherhand! 😂
 

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The vintage JMPs used nylon feet from Radiospares, the valve storm ones will look correct and in theory are an upgrade but not the same material!

Here’s a snap from the 1966 Radiospares catalogue
 

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The vintage JMPs used nylon feet from Radiospares, the valve storm ones will look correct and in theory are an upgrade but not the same material!

Here’s a snap from the 1966 Radiospares catalogue
Excellent info! So cool you even have the vintage spare-parts catalogue... You got it bad, my friend - in a good way! :)
 

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It’s a cool catalogue!

It’s handy as it does list the spec’s for some old stuff!
 

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As Pulsonic says, they were nylon or hard plastic ( not turned but formed ). They were great for sliding an amp across the stage, but did no good for it's internals.
RS still do the same feet, but the ones I tried were very soft ( still Grey ) rubber, good if it's only you who handles your gigging amp. A guy in the US had them on ebay for a while $10 for 4, they're much cheaper direct from RS though.
 

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