#1
i want to get one a Epiphone Valve Junior Tube Amplifier Head and i want to build a cab for it. Is it really as easy as i think it is just soldering a single speaker an input jack. And what celstion speaker, if any, will work with it?
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#2
you have to keeep in my mind the types of woods determine some of the sound of a cab.
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#3
Ok what kind of wood should i use.
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#4
Vintage 30 Celestian.
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iBanez Rg550 20th Anniversary.
iBanez GRG170DX W/ Dimarzio Steve's Special
VTM 60 Tube Head
Carvin Legacy Vai Cabinet 4x12 Cabinet
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ZW-44 Overdrive
Zakk Wylde Signiture Wah
#5
Thanks^
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#6
i built (well, re-appropriated) 2, large stereo speakers into 2, single-speaker guitar cabs. i just popped out the bass speaker (12 inch) and dropped in a celestion standard 70 in each.

i really don't think there's all that much to it. i ran my old GK 250ml thru them, and i was perfectly happy... so hit up some local yard sales/pawn shops/junk stores for those big old stereo speakers.
#7
Dang that is a good idea sethp why didn't i think of that Cartersvill is full of pawn shops
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#8
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Dang that is a good idea sethp why didn't i think of that Cartersvill is full of pawn shops


ummm, are you being fasicious? or did i really have a good idea for you? well, good luck anyways
#10
not to be a jerk, but there is a really good cab building tutorial on this forum. Just type "building cab" into the search thing at the top of the page on the right hand side underwhere it says your user name.
#11
Quote by sethp
ummm, are you being fasicious? or did i really have a good idea for you? well, good luck anyways

No it was really good idea.
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#13
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yeah, I realized that after posting. I can understand new threads about an old topic if it's a topic that you wouldn't expect to be posted about, but for crying out loud.....i had questions myself about cabs, mainly repairing them, so I searched, and looked at the stickies to see if any of them were about cabs at all. And I'm a freaking newbie! (atleast to this forum, I'm very old school on some others, just not all guitar ones )

anyways, to the poster of this thread, good luck! If you plan on getting another cab in the future, look at it's dimensions and build something that will stack well on top or on bottom of your future purchase! Also, locking wheels!