(Did I post this in the right place?) I want to build a 2-by cab for my AC4C1-12, because I've read some amazing reviews on how these itty bitty 4 watts can push two 12s, albeit clean. I'm debating whether to use 12s or 10s, because I already have a standard Fender 10 that I pulled from another amp, and figure I can find a good deal on another cheap, used, lower quality 10. Eventually I would upgrade both speakers, but for now, the keywords are cheap, learning, and building fun. The Vox is 16ohm, and I've been told I can therefore run two 8ohm in series. Makes sense? Now, the AC4C1 is a hair over 8" deep, and I'm guessing that 8" is a standard shelf width that I can find at HD or Lowes. I would make the cab the same width and depth as the amp, at whatever height to accommodate the two speakers top and bottom. (Not a side by side.) Are there any simple plans anywhere out there that I can modify with the new dimensions? I just don't know how these things are put together, but I do know that dovetails are out of the question. I'm as spastic with real woodworking tools as I am with a soldering iron. I want an open back, and will actually attempt matching Tolex. (My Vox is tan.) The brown grill is easy enough to match, and I'll worry about the gold hatching detail when I get to it.