This cabinet started life as a Carvin 1503 3-way PA cabinet. While reading about the fEarful cabinets here on TalkBass, I noticed that the idea started with greenboy modifying one of these Carvins. So, I started modifying... First up was upgrading the crossover; the stock one was seriously underrated for the wattage I was using. So I ordered top of the line components from Erse Audio and built a crossover board for EACH driver so that I could keep them apart and prevent magnetic interference between the coils. Next was improving the input plate. Since quarter-inch jacks are really inadequate for dealing with high-power signals, I replaced the plastic input cup with a steel one, and equipped it with Neutrik Speakon connectors. Then, I replaced all of the internal speaker wire with 14-gauge oxygen-free high-strand-count cable. Finally, I installed an Eminence Kappa 3015LF neodymium woofer. The Kappa 3015LF is the cornerstone of the fEarful cabs because there is just NOT another speaker that does what the 3015LF does; huge lows, high efficiency, tons of power-handling...and it weighs 7 lbs. The 3015LF, all by itself, is selling for $269 online -- so go ahead and make an offer, just please keep that in mind when making your offer. Alternately, rather than drop my price too much and ship a large cab, I'd consider selling the 3015LF and/or crossover components separately. The midrange and tweeter, the wood, the grille, and the handles are still original. Fortunately, those parts didn't need improvement; Carvin built the cabinet out of 3/4" poplar plywood which is lightweight and sturdy. All together, this cab weighs less than 60 pounds, handles over 600 watts, goes low enough for a detuned B-string and gets loud enough to play ANY stage...and you won't find a better sounding cabinet for twice the price! I'm offering this cab up for a couple reasons: First, I used to play in several bands, but now am down to one, and that band is much less busy than we used to be. Second, I'm going to be moving soon, and I need to downsize what I'm bringing with me. Finally, I've been enjoying a more "traditional" tone lately and this is a bit more hi-fi than what I want. Asking $300 -- will ship, but shipping would be $75 or so.