Mesa 2x12 dimensions?

mountainhick

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I am making a cabinet based on Boogie vertical 2x12 with angled top section. I have the major 3D dimensions, but don't have the measurement for the depth front to back on the top.

Can anyone measure this for me?

Thanks!
 

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Yes, thank you, I have that information.

However that does not provide the depth of the top front to back that I am asking about.

The 14 1/4" depth is the bottom of the cab, not the top.
Some half slant cabs taper the top to the head depth, or thereabouts.
What are you putting on top?
 

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Some half slant cabs taper the top to the head depth, or thereabouts.
What are you putting on top?

Good idea, thanks, but unfortunately not too relevant for me. I'll be using home built amp heads of varying size.
 

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Even more relevant than Mesa spec.
Make it fit your largest home-built head shell. :yesway:
Thanks, but I do not share that perspective as a priority. All the amps I make are relatively small, but their sound isnt.

The cab response is based on internal shape and volume. That's my priority
 

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Um, ok.
Good luck with your acoustical engineering endeavors for optimal cab response.
 

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I too like the looks of that cab. However it is not wide enough to set a full size amp on. The horizontal 2-12” cab works fantastic, lots of deep tone and plenty of room on top. I bought one and really love this cab, good wheels on the bottom plus I put side handles on mine. Well worth the money and its a keeper.
 


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