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Jack 2 x 12's

Real men build their own...;)

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Post by gilmour »

Beyond wrote:I was intrigued.

I thought I might have missed a build thread somewhere.

I was wondering if they might be a solution to my "car bootage" problems but as my 2 x 10.5's only just go in because they are not a one piece unit I am guessing not.

Good cabs though.
Size wise I would say one if these is slightly bigger than two 10.5's. I can check at some point if my kit is ever in the same building at the same time.

TBH, and I think I said it at the time, I'm not sure the extra work required for the Jack's is worth it for the slight performance boost when compared to the Omni 10.5s which I found much more straightforward to build.
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Post by oxblood »

Good to hear from you, Rob - long time no etcetera and all that. :)
gilmour wrote:...start a new job next week teaching music in a school for young people with emotional and behavioural issues. Nervous and excited in equal measures!
I'm sure they are.
gilmour wrote:Also working on my own heavy rock album, played all the guitar, bass, etc. Totally self indulgent but a nice change from ukulele :D :D :D
I dare you to put in a heavily overdriven Uke solo just for the hell of it. :cool:

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oxblood wrote:Good to hear from you, Rob - long time no etcetera and all that. :)
I'm sure they are.

I dare you to put in a heavily overdriven Uke solo just for the hell of it. :cool:
Now that's what I call changing music forever!!! :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D

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