For a while I had been using a Zilla oversized 2x12 and a little 1x12 in stereo. I figured I should upgrade that 1x12 to a 2x12, and (for fun mostly) I decided to build it myself. I bought the wood, then I found a Marshall M280 cab locally for cheap and bought that. I thought about abandoning the cab build, but I already had the wood ao I figured I’d make it anyway. Wood cut Frame built and sides attached to bottom Top attached, mostly lined up which is good Framing for the front and back Back on. It ended up being about 1mm too tall so I had to take out the saw again and cut it down. I guess panels can only be so square when all I’ve got is a circular saw and a straight edge. Front panel speaker holes marked up, I just traced a speaker, then drew a smaller circle inside that with a diameter of 11 inches. It turned out okay. By the way it’s gonna be front-loaded, so you won’t see anyway. Not screwed or glued the baffle yet, which I’ll do tomorrow since I’m tired. All my cabs are oversized so I went with non-oversized dimentions for this. People keep raving about the Fane F70’s in the Fryette cabs, so I copied the dimentions of the Fatbottom 2x12 off the Fryette website. I was planning on some F70’s for this cab but on reading reviews lots of people are saying it’s a dark speaker and not great for metal. I mostly play metal and I like a bright and clear high end, so I’m thinking maybe I’ll skip the Fanes. I’m thinking I’ll get a pair of Celestion Creamback H75’s but not set on it yet, I haven’t yet ordered them. I’ll probably attach the baffle tomorrow and add covering. I’m gonna cover it in carpet, 80’s style. I know you guys will hate that but I don’t care. I’ve used it on some small rack cases and it looks neat. Will update with more pics when I get more done.