You should know about this cabinet if you don't already. For years, after reading about them, I was searching for one of the very rare, very expensive Buzz Feiten Design Ultralight 212S speaker cabinets but couldn't find one at a price I could afford. Along the way, I settled for the Buzz Feiten 212B, and I wasn't much impressed with it. So, I was a little reluctant when a 212S became available. But, eventually I bought one at a very reasonable price, largely because it was really, really beat up from countless Nashville gigs, I think. I'm really glad I did! Well, this turns out to be the best 212 speaker cabinet I've ever owned. Made of 3/4", rare & extremely lightweight Italian poplar multi-ply wood & a solid 1/2" mahogany baffle board, this closed back, amazingly compact (You'd swear it has to be a 1x12 from the appearance) cabinet sounds incredible--sweetest highs & very focused, tight lows--and BIG-sounding. I'm usually a fan of semi-open back cabinets, but, although this one is closed, the sound of this cabinet seems to be the best of both worlds. The acoustic foam inside & the thinner, mahogany baffle board are apparently a big reason for the great low end of a closed back with the sparkle & openness of an open back. I replaced the two different Celestions (which sounded very, very good, by the way) with a combination that's perfect to my taste: A Scholz/Harry Joyce 12 & a Kendrick Brownframe 12--one is crystal clear, one breaks up quickly. I've been using it recently with a great, new Dabeck 50 watt head & my trusty, twice-modified Naylor SC38. It sounds magnificent with both. The last time I talked with Buzz (Yes, he's the same guy who designed the Feiten Tuning System, played with Butterfield, the Rascals, etc., etc.), these cabinets weren't still being made, but I notice they're still up on the website. Maybe they're available again. He could tell you: firstname.lastname@example.org. Try one if you get the chance.