Hey Leon!Do you prefer fastening the speakers at 12 / 3 / 6 and 9 o'clock (over 2 / 4 / 8 and 10 o'clock)?
Yes. I have a 1960a that someone stripped and lacquered, got bored with and posted it on CL. It was listed so long that the dude was going to strip out the speakers and use the cab as furniture. I drove a few hours to pick it up from him and he gave me some of the cash back on the spot just for giving the cab a good home. Now I need a 1960b to go with itWe're normal. Really. High-end furniture-grade Marshall stacks are eminently practical.
Got it, yeah, hard to imagine structural issues either way really. I guess I've gotten into the habit of using 2, 4, 8 and 10 because I've built a lot of smaller combos in which the speakers are really "packed in" and/or where the angle of the baffle makes it difficult to get a screwdriver into the 6 o'clock position, if you follow me. I have a couple of template that make the 2, 4, 8 and 10 o'clock holes easy to plot...Hey Leon!
Not from a design / structural standpoint - it's easier to plot the holes. I've never done it the other way and haven't encountered issues when using 3/4" BB.
Every good boy deserves a full stack!you have no idea how badly I want that in my music room. did you put feet on the bottom of the B cab?
Two RI GB's and a pair of late 70's BB's in 16ohm series parallel in the B cab, A cab 4 V30's 8ohm s/p - I've been looking for 16 ohm V30's to swap so I can run the whole thing together with my mom in front.What have you got internally? How have you wired it up?
Hmm...That's the thinking that got me here! That and some perfect width wood, time now that my man-child is installed at college and my catastrophic man cave that is Kryptonite to all women.
OK, two things -My wife spends as much or more time in the "man cave" than I do
Hence, my soldering iron is cold and my wood remains uncut.