Members sxyryan Posted March 13, 2010 Members Share Posted March 13, 2010 I love my VJ Combo. Awesome practice amp. Takes pedals great, small size, nice and simple, sounds great at low volumes. Cranked, the tone is pretty cool but a little flubby. So I ran it through my Egnater 112 cab. Sounded great! The past couple months I have been really obsessed with 410 combos. I want to pick up a Peavey Classic 50, but I just can't afford it at the moment. So I bought some 10 inch speakers from a forumite, and built this: It's not done, I need to clean up some edges and things, but it's functional now. I'm going to pick up some cages for the speakers and probably put a port in the baffle somewhere. It's mostly closed back and I think it will help to bring out some more bass, although now it sounds great. Think classic rock and great projection and that's the tone I'm getting from this. Punchy, but not ear bleeding stuff. It's pretty loud, plenty for rehearsals, and I always mic my amps for gigs so there is no problems there. So the next step is to finish up the cab, maybe cover it in something, or at least paint it. Then I plan on modding the amp itself, a better transformer, maybe some of those Bitmo mods, I haven't decided yet. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.