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I want to get one of the smaller tube amps that I'll use to drive a 2x10 cabinet that I'm building with tweed finish. Really I'm doing this for the fun of it, to practice building the cabinet, and seeing how these things work. I'm going to chill out and spend a little time in Guitar Center playing those various amps and get a better idea of what I want.
I have 3 from scratch(my first bodies to build from raw wood) tele's under way, and the cabinet. There are some mod kits out there, that I can play with and start learning about tube amps and how they work, including PTP wiring boards and stuff. This is my first cabinet to build, and it's right at the dimensions of a Fender Bassman 4x10.
It's sounds huge out of these speakers, I've heard some say this amp is too bright, and they cut the treble and boost the bass to compensate, but with these speakers in the cabinet I built, I sure don't find that to be the case.

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The box design is acoustically less critical than that for hi-fi or PA systems, but proper construction is essential.Primarily, the cabinet is a convenient way of housing the speaker, so it should be solidly built to ensure no joint vibration (unpleasant buzzing), and be strong enough to withstand hard use.
In either case it's preferable to use mounting bolts and T-nuts to fix the driver to the baffle.There is a wide range of speaker cabinet accessories available from specialist suppliers. So I'm thinking of something like the Peavey Valveking 8 (at $99), (or Epi Valve Jr, Fender Champion, etc) stripping all the components out to go into a small custom head cabinet that I'll build to match the speaker cabinet. The multiple speaker outs already there is huge for me, as I'll be experimenting with different speakers and speaker cabinets.
After all guitar speakers are quite heavy and amplifiers that sit on top of guitar cabs are even heavier.Guitar cabs aren't built to provide bass extension like a PA box might, but they do perform an "acoustic" function.
I guess similar to taking a cheap guitar and learning by replacing pickups, controls, do a refinish, etc, rather than just trying to do a from scratch build first time around.

I like the layout with tubes mounted on top, will be a nice platform to custom build a new head cabinet around.
If the driver were used without any cabinet at all, the sound coming from the rear of the unit would cancel out some of the sound coming frm the front, thereby reducing the amount of bass heard. I'm just starting on the speaker cabinet, so I'll have some time to play with it with the other small amps I have also.
Enclosing the the speaker inside a cabinet reduces this effect resulting in a truer bass performance that is neither enhanced nor attenuated.For illustrative purposes, a basic design for a 2x10 or 1x12 open back cabinet is shown here.

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