While we're on the subject, any of you DIY loudspeaker makers/restorers
out there got a hot tip for *removing*
I have some real ex-studio monitors (LS3/7 for the cognoscenti), that
sound great but are very rough externally, including an ink stain on
top, and tears to the veneer where the handles fit. They were never
intended for domestic use, but with a bit of care (and new grilles
designed to fit, I think they'll brush-up well.
It probably means replacing the veneer all round, which in turn means
removing the old. Given that it's torn rather than de-laminated where
one of the handles was roughly removed, I can only conclude it's well
Should I risk steaming it off, or scraping, or what? Any thoughts
PS: If this works, the 3/5As are next for the 'treatment!
SIMON MUIR, UK INDEPENDENCE PARTY, BRISTOL www.ukip.org
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