Empty guitar speaker cabinet maker(s)?

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  1. '64 Tele

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    Anybody had good experience(s) with purchases of empty guitar speaker cabs?
    Looking for a 1 x 10. I've got a spare Celestion 10 inch that I'd like to load as
    an extension cabinet for a Princeton Reverb.
     
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    Look up sorrycharly on eBay. Price and quality is unmatched in my opinion.
     
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    Do you have a link? I'm not finding anything.
     
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    Thanks!
     
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    http://jdesigncabs.com/

    Quality products with a good price. You could add their baffle adapter and make that cab just about anything that you want (10, 12, 8, etc.) as far as speaker size.
     
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    I've bought from "rawcabs" before and was really let down...

    just kidding. he does excellent work with fast turn around. I've had him build for me a couple times and have been pleased every time.

    if you want dead cheap, there's cheaper cabs out there.

    if you want tolex and grill cloth, I'd use mojotone.

    but if you want professional build quality and can finish the cabinet yourself, definitely go with rawcabs
     
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    JD Newell, one of the best at good prices. Finger jointed pine, light, nice.
     
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    I bought an unfinished pine head cab for my Lil' Dawg D-Lux chassis build, and the quality was excellent. Great prices, too.

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