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    Axellent Member Dirt Rich's Avatar
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    DIY Extension Cab?

    I picked up a little Fender (Squier) Champ 15 today, and it has an output for an extension cab, which got me to thinking about some old paper-coned 10" speakers (Jenson maybe?) That I have sitting in my attic doing nothing. I also have one of the house speaker enclosures that they came with (which I could cut a second hole for the second speaker), or I also have an encloser for 10" car audio subwoofers in the attic. Which would you use?

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    Sounds like the subwoofer enclosure is less work because you don't have to cut a hole but will you be able to stand it up properly?

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    Quote Originally Posted by die Bullen View Post
    Sounds like the subwoofer enclosure is less work because you don't have to cut a hole but will you be able to stand it up properly?
    That thing is built like a tank. I'm pretty sure it'll stay up, but it might sound just as good sitting on the floor anyway.

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    I'd go with the subwoof cab.

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    Well, I gave it a shot. It worked, but the speakers themselves just sound aweful lol. Guess I'll be buying a small extension cab after all. Has anyone here ever used the KMD 1x12 cab with Celestion? I saw one on Craigslist for $40.

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