Pro Junior Cabinet Upgrades: Anyone Besides Tonedog?

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  1. FenderGuy53

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    Does anyone besides Tonedog offer cabinet upgrades for the Pro Junior?

    What is the speaker upgrade of choice for the Pro Junior?

    Thanks.
     
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    I've had my eye on Vintone's stuff. Looks to shelf.
     
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    I have a nice pro jr cab upgrade by a guy named Bob Fusco who plays bass and is married to a blues belter named Roxy Perry.He also builds cabs for Tony Bruno,Atomic ,30St guitars to nane a few.Mine is a brown fender style with a 12" speaker.very cool.
    Fusco cabs.He is in New Rochell,NY.Very reasonable too.
    Tim DeHuff
     
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    I checked out the site and emailed Bob. Thanks.

    In the meantime, could you tell me if Bob supplied your speaker upgrade, and what the total outlay was for cabinet/speaker?

    Thanks.
     
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    Checked out Vintones, but was having a problem navigating the site - requires Java and I'm using a Windows Vista PC. :-(

    I'll keep trying...

    Thanks.
     
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    Go and download Sun Java 1.6 from their website, www.java.com

    Works fine on my Vista machines.
     
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    Thanks for link. Now I'm up to speed! Thanks.
     
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    I made this one for a friend last year. Approximately the size of a Vibrolux Reverb since he originally wanted to run 2x10, he changed his mind mid-project it was completed as a 1x12. As I recall he first put a Jensen P12N in it and later a Jensen Neo 12.
    Sadly, he later sold the chassis and hacked up the cab putting some other chassis in it for a while. :confused: He later gave it back to me and it's still sitting in the garage waiting to be resurrected. It did sound great at one time! :jo
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    Very nice!
     
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    Thanks it WAS nice, now it's an empty hacked up hulk. :( But there's still hope for it. Just waiting for the right project to come around so I can repair the damage.
     
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    Here's what's left of it! He had mounted some sort of Mesa chassis. In doing so various holes were drilled, the baffle was cut down and is now useless, the top front was cut out and will have to be replaced, the top rear back panel was cut down, and the chassis mounting brackets were removed. Yikes! :eek: The 'hulk' is a good example of what not to do to something when you're done with it!
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    On my goodness. Ouch! It sure doesn't look like the previous photo!
     
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    I am considering doing the same thing. Or do you guys like my reliced PJ? lol. I got this off a friend who had her dog chewing it up! I am also thinking of making head out of it. Any recommendations. The tonedog looks cool for a combo.
     
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    Do a search here for R L in FLorida His name is R L Mott and he made me a great Pine 1x12 cab for a great price. His work was top knotch. He left it unfinished and I just used some Tung oil on it. My wife even comented on how nice it looks compared to most other amps.
     

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