Some of you may know, I acquired a March of 1958 Twin last year. It was in not so stock shape... The circuit had been completely messed with. The cabinet took a hit in an international move in the 70's and was cut down into a head. I redid the circuit last year when I got it. There's a thread around somewhere. I through it into a home brew cabinet I had done a few years ago... It was ugly, but it got me under way. I've used it a buncha times gigging. But, I promised myself that as much as I love this amp, I wanted to put it into a proper tweed cabinet. Being a carpenter by day, I decided i would build it myself. I was following along with @dunehunter's thread and had some input on measurements and some construction stuff.. I finally got some other projects out of the way, so the Twin's cabinet hit the top of the list. I picked up some nice clear pine a few months ago, cut it to rough length and let it age in the shop. )Thee pics are from when I first brought the wood home) One tool, I really love is my Fastcap Tape measures. I use the lefty/righty every day. When I'm starting to cut up stock, sheet goods, or long flat boards, I love my flat back layout tape. It'll reappear a few times as I roll along here int eh early days. In Dunehunter's thread, we talked about some measurements, thicknesses and sizes. This is how I measured some of them. M<y really old calipers. I sue them a lot... I inherited them form my Grandfather. So, they're pretty old. But, still accurate! One thing I was really surprised by was the actual thinness of some of these pieces. The facia boards turned out to be 1/4" thick... and so did the speaker baffle!