New diy speaker box

bigtuna

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Nov 1, 2015
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Picked up a couple very used bee boxes cheap. Been outs the pic here for a bit, gas finally caught up. Light sanding and some amber zinzer shellac. Bought a nos vintage alnico 12". Ran out of my favorite grill cloth, used an old tye dyed tshir. Temporary I believe till I find something different. B using this with the valve jr head. Sealed back ill finish cutting it tomorrow. Enjoy..
 

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bigtuna

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Nov 1, 2015
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Thanks for all the comments. No not a tonekiller, the vintage 12" alnico sounds good. I've always built them with sealed back, may experiment with partial open back?? Your thoughts.
 

bigtuna

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Thanks everyone for your kind words. It's always fun to convert the bee box, make it yours, everything. The finish, the speaker. The cloth. I've made a few, there getting expensive new raw cabs are almost $30. Ea. Tony made a nice one a while back, I call it the black beauty..lol
 


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