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SKU: S-GP003-A
Item ID: 004084
Price: $0.95
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White piping, sold per foot. Please note that because piping needs to be cut, we cannot accept any returns on this item

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4.70 out of 5 based on 10 reviews


1932coupe - April 30th, 2018

Um...this piping is really nice, but the circumference of the pipe is about three times what I thought it would be. Works great, but if you're building a Bluesbreaker or anything other than a 412, it is a bit too thick, I think. If you have this pipe and can't source any other size, just make sure your tolerance on your baffle distance to the front edge is at least 5/8" inch to make the build up look correct. - April 24th, 2016

Quick delivery and easy to purchase. Thanks!

Tim Landis - April 1st, 2016

good product. - October 23rd, 2015

good product - September 23rd, 2015

Nice piping...a nice, affordable alternative to the genuine Marshall piping.

J Tieszen - February 25th, 2015

Good, but not a Marshall equivalent. The genuine Marshall piping feels more like a silicone rubber, and is off-white in color. This piping has more of a plastic feel. It's slightly rubbery, a tiny bit bigger, and very white. I actually prefer this, but now my cab won't match my head.

ellis2699 - January 26th, 2015

It works like it should. I have had many praises over it.

Jacob S - December 30th, 2014

I can't tell that this is not Marshall Issue, highly recommend, easy to install and makes it look like a million. Update your MG cabinets that look so plain and cheap without this! No compromise at all, fits perfect. Recommend purchase, fast order fulfillment and delivery!

Paul aka Buck - November 10th, 2014

It looks like the same Marshall piping at a fraction of the cost. It served it purpose very well. AES rules.

David Gambrel - October 9th, 2014

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