I’ve been holding off on a review... thinking it can’t actually be THAT good... but it is. I wanted an ext cab for my Origin 20. I stumbled onto the Egnater Tweaker 112X on line. The reviews are pretty much stellar across the board. I really couldn’t find a bad one. For the price, I figured why not? If it sucks and all the reviews turn out to be internet/forum hysteria I can always return it. $249 brand new. Celestion “elite” speaker, which is a 50 watt version of the G12H-30, and made just for Egnater. High quality build, and lightweight. Under 20 pounds. This cab sounds... amazing. HUGE low end capabilities for what amounts to an open backed 112. You’ll want to watch your bass control. That said, it’s not muddy or flubby in the least. Plenty tight and punchy in the bass. And a LOT of it. Highs are smooth. I think it’s got a decent mid presence, as you’d expect from a real Celestion, but it’s not what I’d call “mid forward” at all. Compared to the tone of my Origin 20 combo by itself, it’s much less mid heavy. Combined with the origin combo, it’s crazy good. The origin, for a small, low wattage, 1x10 combo sounds great. And has decent low end all on its own. Combine it with this ext cab, and the whole sound just gets HUGE. And really 3D. Disconnecting the Tweaker cab, I have to spend some time to let my ears get accustomed to the amp without it again. It just adds waaaaaaay more to the sound than you’d think a simple 112 ext cab would be capable of. I’ve also tried it with an 18 watt hand made head I have, and it totally transformed that amp. I haven’t used it much because it was always too bright and harsh for me. Now it’s still got plenty of top end, but it sounds much more full and pleasant. I’ve also tried disconnecting the internal speaker in the origin combo and just using this cab. It’s an entirely different amp. It sounds very impressive on its own for its size and wattage. And for a 10” speaker. But into the Tweaker 112 it immediately sounds like it’s got about twice the size and spread, and the sound is just... bigger. And much more full spectrum. I’ve had cabs ranging from $99 (used 440 Live with a 70/80) to some very expensive models from boutique makers ranging up to $700 or $800 or so. Yeah, for a 112 cab. What was I thinking? This Egnater is hands down better than all of them. I’m not a woodworker/cabinet maker. I’m sure other cabs contain materials or building techniques that make them superior on paper. And I’m sure that for somebody in the know about that stuff it justifies the added expense. I don’t dispute that. What I know is that I’ve had a ton of speaker cabs. I’ve never gotten this excited about one. It’s a really great sounding cabinet! And for a much better price than most of the competition it crushes.