One is Hammond, one is Magnavox. The Mag actually had a cool induction speaker output to use the entire cab as a sub. Wondering if there's a way to build my own tone wood amp out of that.I just find it simplifies soldering. Allows you to not use too much heat on pots etc. I've used it for 40 years.
It also will help if you are trying to desolder old things like the Organ amp you mention. Some of those old Hammond amps just wont even melt with a 40 watt iron! One tiny hint of flux and ouila! it flows.
If those old organ cabs you're talking about are Hammond. It's very cool "ply" they used. It's a hardwood core of maybe 5/8" solid wood and a veneer on each side of maybe 1/16" making 3/4" total. Not plywood, and solid as heck!
I have three empty cabs and some amps out there right now.
Better take a drive up sometime, I'll give em to ya.
That sounds a lot like this cabinet scrap I have. Probably similar quality and will produce beautiful cabinets. PM me some details and I'm happy to come take those scraps off your hands!