Endless Knobbing: music gear knobs made from precious metals and gemstones

Musical Instruments

endless_knobbing_silver_volume_knob.jpgFor that extra bit of bling on your music gear, Jason Nicholls can create faithful reproductions of knobs and fader caps for amplifiers, guitars, desks, keyboards, and other equipment in silver, gold, platinum, diamond, sapphire, and ruby.

His company, wonderfully named “Endless Knobbing”, can also create engraved keyrings and plectrums.

Jason’s knob philosophy is fairly clear from the web site: “Large, small, fat or thin, we believe that all knobs deserve a good shine”.

To that end, pricing varies, because “all know knobs come in many different shapes and sizes”, but standard knobs start at £35, with keyrings from £55 and plectrums from £25.

Endless Knobbing really will knob anything – since 1965.

Endless Knobbing (via Music Thing)

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Andy Merrett
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