#1
So a few months ago (yeah, way longer than it shouldve taken) I started building my cab, and i just finished on Friday, and was finally able to get quality pictures of it.
This is the progression. We used 3/4" solid pine, and a Kreg Pocket Screws



Our first practice at cutting the baffle

Us realizing a much easier way to do it

Finished, Drilled, and Painted

The engraved tag we got (Only 10$ at a Pet store, best idea we had the whole build)

And the Finished Product





All in all, Im happy I did it. It ended up being much cheaper than buying one, especially considering its packing an Eminence Swamp Thang, not some crappy stock speaker. It was also cool to hang with my grandpa before he passes.
What do you guys think?
Last edited by teleobrien at Jun 26, 2014,
#2
Nice job. How does it sound? It's also cool that you built it with your grandpa. That's a memory you'll cherish forever.
#4
sweet
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