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Fender London Reverb cabinet conversion

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I’ve had this lying around for awhile. An early 80’s London Reverb cab that came loaded with two EV Force 10’s. Gonna convert it into a 1x15” extension cab for a Bassman combo.

The bottom was a little busted up from some rollers someone installed. The cab is definitely worth repairing. Solid pine case and a plywood baffle.

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A little glue, some screws and pressure should tighten up the bottom nicely.

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Gonna stick a big ol Weber Cali 15 inside.

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This is what came out of it. Apparently these were high end solid state amps when they hit the sales floor.

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Those red knob Fenders have a small cult following even now. This was I guess the '82 to 84 era. Chassis was smoked?

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Rivera era amp. Never saw the chassis, I got this without. Just the cab and speakers.

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This is what came out of it. Apparently these were high end solid state amps when they hit the sales floor.

– Powdog

Love the Force 10 late '60's typography: it's sooo space age.

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Gonna make that bassman sound huge!

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My friend and I rented two amps to play a talent show, one was a Traynor 2x12, probably a YGL Mark III, the other I remember as a London Twin Reverb, but I guess it was London Reverb, I think it was a 2x12. It sounded pretty great, back around 1988 to our young metalhead ears.

They both blew up.

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I don’t sell anything anymore.

But I do give stuff away periodically.

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I don’t sell anything anymore.

But I do give stuff away periodically.

– Powdog

Trade ????

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Nice! Is it staying open back like that?

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For now. I’ll make a full back panel to see if the player likes it better closed.

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An open 15” was good enough for Stevie.


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