Q: I watched the video you posted on how Marshall makes the custom-shop amps for Sweetwater. At one point in the video, the workers are shown hammering screws into the cabinet to attach hardware. Why do they do it that way instead of screwing them in?
A: In the video, it does look as if they are hammering screws into the cabinets. In fact, the cabinet assemblers are using special nails/rivets that have ribs on them to help lock the hardware firmly onto the cabinets. No screws were hammered or harmed in the making of our exclusive custom-shop Marshall amplifiers!
Watch the video: