#3
I have a 66 Bassman head+cab and it actually still has the original speakers. It sounds great, though I know it could sound better if I ever had the extra cash to put in some new speakers.

Construction wise mine is really solid, and is almost in mint condition after all these years. Heavy son of a bitch, though.

Last edited by Jmoarguitar at Feb 29, 2016,
#4
Heavy is often good for tone in a cab. I guess my concern was if it was made out of PDF.
#5
comes down to what speakers are in it.
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#6
Quote by cGoEcYk
Heavy is often good for tone in a cab. I guess my concern was if it was made out of PDF.



no board at all , just point to point wire
#7
Quote by cGoEcYk
Heavy is often good for tone in a cab. I guess my concern was if it was made out of PDF.

not going to be pdf, will probably be pine. the speakers could be anything: CTS, oxfords, utahs, (but most likely won't be jensens or JBL's)

the low down on these old fender cabs is they are huge, they weigh quite a bit, and the speakers were often blown out. they also sound pretty cool for that old rock and roll sound.

i actually liked these style cabs quite a bit, but i wouldn't get them for any kind of a modern sound. i like older lo-fi and inefficient speakers that are very colorful and this type of cabinet will provide that sound.
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