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Looking for replacement chickenhead knobs for a classic 50-50 watt guitar amplifier

I have just bought myself a 1991 Tweed classic 50 watt Peavy 2x12 combo, (guitar amplifier) in mint condition. Unfortunately a couple of the knobs have worn slightly and are a little loose on the spline. Is there any way possible to find some original parts to replace them with? It would be great if you could help me. Thanks, Mark Amoy.

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