The bass cabinet project is nearing completion. The practicalities of the project mean that I won't actually be able to assess the sonic capabilities of the cabinet, until the very end. Meanwhile - there's no going back on any of the design decisions, or construction now.
Time to revisit the small bass cabinet I've been working on. I've been waiting for the speaker to arrive. Meanwhile - I've had the chance to source the grille cloth, trim and port tubes to finish the build.
To finish the Tolex covering - I need to cover and fit the removeable, rear panel. Once the basic enclosure is complete - I can fit it out with acoustic "egg box" foam, to muffle any internal sound reflection.
The basic cabinet construction is ready for fitting out. The baffle, with its' separate covering, speaker and port installation, will be a project all on its' own. I'm new to this - What could possibly go wrong?
The basic cabinet construction needs some battens installing. These will eventually allow for the baffle, and rear panels, to be securely screwed into place.
Time to turn this pile of wood into a bass cabinet. First thing is to construct the basic cabinet box. With the timber already pre-cut - this should be straightforward enough. But a sturdy and accurate construction is required.
I'm new to making my own speaker enclosures - and the more I read up, the more I discover that it's not, necessarily, an easy subject to dive into unprepared.
I recently bought a new bass amp. I need a small bass cabinet to use with it. It's a good project to learn how to put a ported cabinet together, and something different from the usual guitar build and finish processes. There's plenty to learn.