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Old PA Cab for Practice

Discussion in 'Amps [BG]' started by DaleyKD, Jan 16, 2014.


  1. DaleyKD

    DaleyKD

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    This used to be a 'monitor' wedge. I think it was originally made by Squier/Fender. It consisted of a driver and a horn piezo junk tweeter. The hole for the driver appears to be ~10.75".

    Do you think I could drop a bass woofer in there, seal the tweeter hole and use it for a practice bass cab? I don't need it to sound awesome, just usable for band rehearsal.

    Any other info you want? I can get inner volume, but it'll take a bit of time/math.

    TIA,
    Kyle
     
  2. BassCliff

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    Hi,

    Sure. In fact, I've done that exact same thing. I've got a dual 10" monitor wedge (bought the bare cab for $10 a long time ago) with a couple of cheap bass speakers that I've used for those situations where I just needed something to make noise. It's not great but it works. Just don't expect a whole lot out of a setup like that. ;)


    Thank you for your indulgence,

    BassCliff
     
  3. B-string

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    Wow guys. That was the easiest question... ever!
     
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    ;) Sorry I couldn't make it harder :D Your expectations are not grand so it should do quite well.
     

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