I'm moving into a new house next week and have decided it needs a small workshop for fixing, maintaining and upgrading things around the house. I've also been interested in becoming a competent woodworker for some time now, so I hope to use it for creative projects as well. I think one of my first of such projects will be a living room 110 bass cab! The idea is to have a small 110 bass cab that looks and sounds good enough to keep set up in the living room full-time. I'd like the cab to be 4 ohms with some kind of natural wood finish. Volume needs are minimal, weight doesn't matter and tone is the main concern. I play 5 string basses if that matters at all. This will be the first cab I've built. My questions for TB are: Are there any 4 ohm 10 inch speakers you would recommend for a small DIY 110 enclosure (no horn)? Are there any specific types of wood I should stay away from for the shell of the box? I know baltic birch is popular, but I'm interested in using something a little more unique for this. Many thanks!