Recently acquired this 1977 Woodson 2x15 cabinet. Circumstances prevented a test before buying and taking it home. As usual, I couldn't wait to get the back off to check on the speakers condition and dates. As I laid it down on the take apart area, I heard an odd sounding "clump" from the cab. What - is the speaker loose and moving around or something? After removing the 22 back panel screws and propping it open like a casket, I took a peak and went WTH. Were my eyes playing tricks on me after a long day? Was I having one of those weird dreams? After deciding that neither of those were the case, I surveyed the situation. Keep in mind that this is the 2x15 cab that's semi chambered with a large opening from side to side in the middle of the cab dividing the two speakers. To my dismay, there was a ton of "stuff" scattered about the bottom chamber. Amazingly, the contents included the following items: - program/set list that was broken down into hourly songs running from 10Am to 4PM. - arrest warrant for some kind of gimmick situation dated April 3, 1982. - old silver mic cord. - black curly guitar cord that still works. - large Boss TU-60 tuner with pitch, calibration etc. that still works. - childs clip on tie. - single beat up wooden drum stick. - an umbrella that still works. - a whisk broom that still works. - 9 volt battery from 2009 that doesn't work. - various candy rappers. - tissues. - guitar plug end labeled "Piano." - finally, what appears to a couple of condom looking type articles. Simply amazing! The speakers were original Eminence from 1977. After removing said items and making a few adjustments, the cab sounds great. My intentions are to retire the cab from the storage business and use only for thumpin' the bass. Here you go.