Is that mojo? do you glue your knob(s)?

Would you glue it back on

  • Yes

    Votes: 17 81.0%
  • No

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Kingdom of Nye

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I was walking out of the control room at the recording studio the other day and my tone knob banged into a door knob (knob on knob damage)

The reflector popped off.

Is this what mojo is?!

“I want to know what mojo is

I want you to show me

I want to feel what..”
 

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mrmega

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I would buy a replacement knob that is exactly the same, preferable from the same year, same model etc. When it arrived I would put it in the pocket inside the case :) I would also put the reflector in a tiny baggie in the case pocket and leave the original knob as is. :)
 

Andrew1225

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The recent historics with those reflectors were poorly glued on.
Mine all popped of after slightly pressing on em.

I just glued it back on, better than new.
 

ajory72

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I just took a Stanley knife to mine and can confirm that after some effort to remove the reflector, they are glued in ok at the factory
 

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