In the 1960s, "Bluesbreaker-Pinstripe" grill cloth was purchased by Marshall through a vendor that also supplied different versions to other British amplifier manufacturers of the day.
Interestingly, each manufacturer and/ or brand seems to have had its own exclusive variation, as the unmistakable "Bluesbreaker-Pinstripe" form appears in numerous color combinations on certain amps from Selmer, Domino (Vox) and Park (Marshall).
EC Collins currently offers the bold white & black 1966-67 Park version -- as featured on the new line of Park amplifiers, produced since 2014.
Also offered, is a lower contrast Marshall "white" variation, which more closely resembles the look of the earlier Vynair cloth, used from 1962-65.
And finally, the very rare "Blue-Pinstripe" used on Selmer amplifiers and the "Green-Pinstripe" used on Domino (Vox) amplifiers for a short period of time, in the mid-60s. The Blue and Green cloth looks amazing in any custom color application.
All grill cloths -- regardless of color -- are structurally identical and feature the same tone shaping properties.
Handmade Bone Saddles for Gibson ABR-1 Tune-O-Matic bridges.
"In the course of 1960, bone saddles were used concurrently, albeit for a short period of time, and by 1961 white nylon saddles became the norm on all Gibson electrics."
- A.R. Duchossoir, Gibson Electrics: The Classic Years
"The bridge is fantastic. Truly has a great tone to it. Sonically perfect."
- Steve Stevens ( Billy Idol )