Hi guys, pretty new here so go easy on me. My wife's a long-time poster (recently inactive) called Dr. Teeth. Her bass teacher is Wayne Jones, and I caught up with him last week and he confirmed that he is INDEED making bass cabs again. His current Cab design is basically his classic (some say legendary) 2x10" 780w RMS, 8 Ohm setup, weighs a tonne, takes some power to drive, and is unbelievably rich. The two upgrades he's made are to the high and mid-frequency attenuators and he's got a better horn in them now than the original design, which makes a difference to the overtones, as well as to those using them for instruments other than bass. Dr Teeth uses two of the classics in series (therefore, 4-ohm) driven by a Stewart World 1.2 from her Warwick Corvette Active 4-string (swamp ash), and it sounds rich, warm, and full. It also sounds phenomenal with Wayne's custom-built 6-string carbon-fibre neck bass when he plays on it. Not that his natural tone and touch don't contribute, of course... The beauty of these babies is that they let the natural tone come through without the squashed sound you usually get with 2x10s. The sound is big, full and natural, but with the attack you want from bass rigs. This might be sounding like a bit of an ad, and I'm sorry if it does, but I'm just thrilled with their sound and rapt that Wayne's back in business building the things. Just read the replies this thread will inevitably get to form a balanced view of the WJ Cabs. Interesting links about Wayne and his cabs: Interview: http://www.globalbass.com/archives/jan2001/wayne_jones.htm Reviews: http://users.bigpond.net.au/Wayne-Jones/current/reviews.htm http://www.globalbass.com/archives/jan2001/wayne_jones_cabinet.htm http://users.bigpond.net.au/Wayne-Jones/current/customers.htm Photos: http://users.bigpond.net.au/Wayne-Jones/current/photos.htm Tech Specs: http://users.bigpond.net.au/Wayne-Jones/current/specs.htm PM me for his contact details, as he hasn't got his website up again yet.