Show us your natural wood cabinets!

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  1. IbanezAFS75

    IbanezAFS75 Member

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    Any of you guys have a natural wood head/combo/speaker cabinet?

    lets see it!

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  2. soldano16

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    I sold the cab but have the head.

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    Do combos count?
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    That's real pretty!:drool
    What is it?
    Having the controls on the bottom pose any problems while playing?
     
  8. IbanezAFS75

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    Gorgeous cabs, guys!

    of course combos count Tinman, yours looks fantastic.

    i'm currently deciding on what wood to use on the Bandmaster head cab i'm going to make, any ideas? (2 different woods more or less, like my JTM45)
     
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    that 2 rock set up is sick!
     
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    Awesome! What is it? Vero?
     
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    The reason Tinman has the controls on the bottom? Foot operated ,ie barefoot operated. No bending over!
     
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    Carol-Ann OD2


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    AM Wrecklica
     
  14. IbanezAFS75

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    That head is GORGEOUS, i hope my Bandmaster project comes out as nice.
     
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    57gold Silver Supporting Member

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    Sounds as good as it looks....maybe better!!!
     
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    wow, you guys have me pretty much drooling on the keyboard, those look amazing!
     
  17. Mikey Likes It

    Mikey Likes It Silver Supporting Member

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    Nice straightforward pine 112 by Bob:

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    I, too, love Tinman's amp - sure looks Vero-inspired. Is that Cocobola flanking the flame maple?
     
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    Wow! This should be "show your work of art thread" from the looks of many of those beauties! :D

    Here is my not so artsy :) homebuilt in natural finish:

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    Only one I did like this. I went to Tolex for the rest of my builds.
     
  19. Tinman

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    Thanks for all of the nice compliments. I only wish I had dusted off the top of the amp before I took the photo. The amp itself is an 8 watt P1 (a single EL-84). Next time I take on a project like that, I will put the controls up top. The sides are rift-sawn walnut. The brown/black wood is Macassar ebony, and the curly white stuff is English sycamore. The face of the chasis is mahogany.
     
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    Mikey Likes It Silver Supporting Member

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    Ebony - it looks like Ziricote, and I think they might be related. Great piece of wood! I can't believe how much that sycamore looks like maple. Wonderful worksmanship! I don't suppose you did the tile-top table, too? Or is that a Stickley?
     

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