Something a little different

Ecr1

Chuck
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Built a amp head cabinet for my micro amp. Also built a matching 1x12 cabinet.
 

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PeteM

Pete
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Built a amp head cabinet for my micro amp. Also built a matching 1x12 cabinet.
At first glance, I thought it looked kind of clunky but after looking at it a bit I really like it. Nice job.
 

HITCH-

Hitch
User
I like them.
What finish did you use for the barnwood effect?
I have had good luck with Weather Wash Barnwood Stain.
 

bob vaughan

Bob Vaughan
Senior User
Very tastefully done. Impressive. No small amount of finish work went into making that oak look like that. You picked up the reds of the grille rather nicely.
 

Ecr1

Chuck
Senior User
Thanks guys, the finish is a grey stain base coat. With some white and blue paint dry brushed on. I wire brushed the wood before staining to open the grain.
 

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