I have an extra G12M-70 Modern Lead that needs to be in a cabinet to go with my Peavey Special 130 for an upcoming gig. The Peavey already has a G12 in it since the Scorpion was blown years ago. I am financially broke (not figuratively) so I cannot afford to buy an unloaded or loaded cabinet (that would be nice). Nor can I afford to buy new power tools, wood, speaker grill cloth, tolex, or any hardware or wood working classes. This may be a one and done affair, but I'd like the cabinet to be able to survive being moved to and from the gig and hopefully it could sit beneath my amp for a few months (or years) while i get my financial life in order. Possibly more dismal than my money situation are my wood working skills. Any kind guidance or suggestions would be much appreciated as well as any links or pictures. Here is what I have: Power Tools 1- Table Saw 2- Circular Saw 3- Jig Saw 4- Drill 5- Belt Sander 6- Vibrating Sander Supplies: 1- approximately 30 linear feet of 12" deep shelving wood (pine I imagine) 2- 4x8 sheet of 3/8 plywood 3- 12 feet of 1x2 4- Wood screws 5- wood glue 6- Old t-shirts (grill cloth?) 7- Old leather belt (handle) 8- Zip cord wire 9 - Old 1/4" jack 10- various colors of spray paint. Amy I fooling myself or can I build a cabinet out of this? Or both?