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Could you fit a 2x10 baffle in a regular tweed deluxe combo cab?

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs' started by LowWatt, May 23, 2011.

  1. LowWatt

    LowWatt Member

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    I don't want to do anything permanent, but I'm curious about trying my 5E3 clone as a 2x10. Would a replacement baffle that holds a 2x10 fit in a typical tweed deluxe combo cab with tubes and electronics? Anyone done this?
     
  2. billyguitar

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    I don't see how. I have tweed Deluxes and tweed Supers. The Supers are wider and there isn't much wasted space inside.
     
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    Not realistically.

    Try an extension cab.
     
  4. LowWatt

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    Yep. That's what I thought, but figured I'd ask first in case there was an idea I was missing. It's so easy to swap a 5E3 chassis that I'll probably just get a 2x10 combo cab and swap as I please. I don't want to go extension and lose the portability of 1 light cab.
     

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