#1
Could someone recommend a good, inexpensive 4 ohm speaker? I'm planning on building a cab for a fender champ 600.
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#2
erm mate, the sound quality you will get out a home made cab will be **** unless you pay some serious money on it, you are better off getting a cheap cab than making a cheap cab, but i duno, cheek ebay
#3
I think the celestion gt12t 100 is available in a 4 ohm, let me check on that. Yep i checked and it is available in 4 ohm and is a nice speaker. Not many people talk about it and usually suggest a vintage 30 or something but your options are somewhat limited @ 4 ohms. $67.00 at www.avatarspeakers.com

Nevermind, i just realized it requires a 6" speaker. Maybe you could cut the 12" in half
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#5
Make a cab with two speakers, so you can use 8ohm ones. I'd recommend a 2x10.
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erm mate, the sound quality you will get out a home made cab will be **** unless you pay some serious money on it, you are better off getting a cheap cab than making a cheap cab, but i duno, cheek ebay


Sound quality has more to do with build quality than materials used in the case of cabinetry. As long as you use some nice, thicker plyboard preferrably birch, and build it well it should be fine.
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