Hey Everybody, I have an old (circa 1980's) Peavey 2x15 bass cab. This is a pre Black Widow one with original drivers. I acquired it fairly recently, as I had a friend with one (long time ago, different country), and it sounded pretty good (he had Black Widows). Anyway, playing my 5 string through it, makes the cabinet make nasty buzzy farty vibrations. There is nothing loose in the cabinet, I've taken the grille off, in case that was it, I've had the drivers out and checked them, nothing wrong there. Is it likely that the cabinet itself is buzzing? If so from what, old age and loose joints, or were these cabinets not made for that kind of bass to begin with. I've noticed a few people with these cabinets seem to have replaced the front panel, like this one attached. Is this a common thing with these cabinets? Would this likely cure my problem? For the record, cutting the 60Hz fader on my graphic makes it sound better, then again it's a 5 or 6 band graphic, the next frequency up is 650, so there's no saying quite how much of a frequency band is getting affected by this, and of course, cutting the 60 takes away my low end, which I'm rather fond of (hence the screen name). I've pushed it with a variety of amps, but I can drive it moderately with my old Crate BFX50 (one driver only) or my H&H through some kind of preamp. Answers on the back of a postcard, etc. etc.