Help on finding a tweed cab.

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs' started by Bart, Feb 26, 2008.

  1. Bart

    Bart Member

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    Hi folks,
    Where could I get a 1X12 combo tweed cabinet with a small cut-out for a 5F1 chasis? Thanks.
     
  2. decay-o-caster

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    kenscabs@prodigy.net

    Ken builds cabs for lots of folks you've heard of. He does great work for reasonable prices. Up in Concord CA.
     
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    Check out Better Built Workshops. They have lots of combo tweed cabs. If it's not listed, they can still do it. Very good prices.
     
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    I like Mike @ www.ampcabco.com
    his prices are right and he'll cut whatever you need.
     
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    All of the above plus Mojotone, although they are pricey for custom jobs.
     
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    Also consider Larry Rodgers in Florida.
    He's a great amp builder that really knows tweed, and he's pretty quick -- 1-2 weeks for most stuff, sooner for things like baffle boards.
     
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    Mojo only charges $25 for a chassis cutout change.
     
  9. Bart

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    Great! Thanks for all the recommendation. Yeah, I'm on a limited fund, so moderate pricing would be the way to go. I've checked MojoTone before and they're kind of pricey.
    How much would be the sensible asking price for a used kit tweed cab with a Weber AlNico Sgnature 8 speaker and a Tuki cover? That should help finance this project, hehe.
     

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