Vibroverb Cab completed...

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Vibroverb Cab completed...

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Not too shabby :) Heres a load of random pics of the build and end result! Waiting for Mike to let us know how it sounds. Rotten cad didn't include the valves when he brought the chassis and speaker!
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Re: Vibroverb Cab completed...

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I count 33 attachments...
You know that we, mere mortals, can only do 3 attachments per post?

Anyways, nice work for the photos downloaded so far, it is still downloading now so I will see the remainder in the next hour or so...

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jvpp wrote:I count 33 attachments...
You know that we, mere mortals, can only do 3 attachments per post?

Anyways, nice work for the photos downloaded so far, it is still downloading now so I will see the remainder in the next hour or so...
I didn't count them, like you say - we have to limit mere mortals whereas forum gods can do what thy wilt :twisted:

p.s. I'll look at lifting the attachment rule to maybe 4 or even 5!
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Much yes Beeg!! Looks awesome :thumbup:
Just got even more excited about the board build!

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SimonHirst wrote:Much yes Beeg!! Looks awesome :thumbup:
Just got even more excited about the board build!
That reminds me I need to get my plans together and pricing!
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Bg wrote:
SimonHirst wrote:Much yes Beeg!! Looks awesome :thumbup:
Just got even more excited about the board build!
That reminds me I need to get my plans together and pricing!
Ha, no worries mi amigo :D I still have to learn to play the guitar before I get it! Easy?!

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As far as I'm concerned this is BG's best work :clap: The cab is beaudiful. Anyhow, got reverb tank installed, speaker cable made, valves installed, powered her up on the Variac just in case and....... stay tuned!

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Mike Clayton wrote:As far as I'm concerned this is BG's best work :clap: The cab is beaudiful. Anyhow, got reverb tank installed, speaker cable made, valves installed, powered her up on the Variac just in case and....... stay tuned!
I noticed some of the pics looks like a couple of creases in the grill cloth! Mist some water on there and dry with a hairdryer. That should tighten them out!

Oh shit one other thing I forgot! The bolts holding the baffle on are a little bit long - they'll poke through in about 10 years or so - just stick an extra washer on them, thats about all it needs!
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Both issues already fixed :) Used a hairdryer for the grill cloth & a hacksaw + file for the bolts.

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Very nice

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Mike Clayton wrote:Both issues already fixed :) Used a hairdryer for the grill cloth & a hacksaw + file for the bolts.
I meant to sort them this morning and it went straight out of my head! thanks!
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No worries, I suspect that this cab already caused you a bit more grief than anticipated what with the faulty tolex glue!

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indeed! try some desolve it on the residue, that extra strength stuff is a bugger to shift!
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Will do - thanks. Where does one purchase Desolve It?

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De-Solv-it, mitre10 or bunnings. It works on everything.
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