This is my first attempt, so be kind! I wanted a small tube amp for rehearsals and small gigs, so I bought a secondhand LC15 off the bay. The amp sounded OK but the stock HH speaker was blah, and the cabinet build quality was . So I went about making my own! Sorry I don't have step-by-step photos, I didn't have access to a camera at the time. These are done on my son's phone. The Doner. Awww! I bought a sheet of birch ply fom a local place, they didn't have 3/4" ply so I bought 1/2" and glued it together. Yes, this cabinet is an inch thick! I don't have router, so everything is done with a drill and a jigsaw. I bought a '76 Blackback and some purple levant off the bay and.....Tada! What do you think? I made some mistakes mostly 'cause I rushed things. Here are some sound clips. These are raw - no reverb or noise gate. Please excuse the playing. 1. Clean - Single coil bridge http://www.janahall.adsl24.co.uk/Samples/Clean.wav 2. Cleanish - Single coil neck http://www.janahall.adsl24.co.uk/Samples/Cleanish.wav 3. Crunch - Humbucker bridge http://www.janahall.adsl24.co.uk/Samples/Crunch.wav 4. Lead - Humbucker bridge http://www.janahall.adsl24.co.uk/Samples/Lead.wav All clips tone controls wide open. No pedals, just varying gain.