#1
What sound difference will a homemade cab have to a high quality cab?
because i'm going to maybe trade my 5150 or modify it to a head, but i'm wondering what cab i should get, i know a guy who wants to sell me this homemade cab for 100$ (i don't know what speakers) or should i get a _____
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#2
It's all dependant on many factors...If the speakers in that cab are good, if it feels sturdy etc, then yeah, it would be worth it...
Some things to take into account:
Speaker quality
Build quality (sturdiness)
Acoustic dimensions (unless its home made, you dont need to worry bout this)

I suggest you look here: www.avatarspeakers.com cause ive heard really good things about them. They also have a very VERY good price/quality ratio.

Also, since that one is home made, are you sure it fits you impediance wise?
#3
Well the speakers would be the most important thing, but for 100 bucks it can't be good.
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#4
Well if your 5150 is a 2x12 just get another 2x12 to put on bottom. A good speaker cab is at least 300 bucks bc that about how much 4 good speakers cost + labor
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#5
The speakers and cabinet construction are both important. I doubt a home made cab for 100 is worth anything. You could always buy an Avatar cab.
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