Mojotone 2x10 Lite American Style Speaker Extension Cabinet

Weight: 20 lb
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This cabinet is based on the traditional 2x10 blackface Tremolux® extension. The shell is made out of solid pine with handmade 1/4" finger joints.  The baffle board and backpanels are made out of 100% void-free Baltic birch ply. The cabinet comes standard as a 1 piece closed back with oval opening.

Handmade in the USA
  • Dimensions:(H) 16 ½“ x (W) 26 ⅛“ x (D) 9 ½“
  • Covering:Fender Style Black
  • Grill Cloth:Fender Style Black/White/Silver Cloth
  • Hardware:Fender Style Black Strap Handle w/ Chrome End Caps, Chrome Glides, Chrome Corners, Black Metal Jack Ferrule
  • Speaker Cut-Out:2x10 or 1x12
  • Back Panel:1 piece back panel with oval opening
  • Wiring Harness:Included
Does not include an internal divider panel, which gives you more flexibility for speaker options. Tolex wrap is traditional 4 panel method as seen on our Mojotone Blackface Style Reproduction Cabinets for an authentic "American Vintage" styling.

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6/1/2023 8:03 pm

Lite Cabinets 2 x 10

by Ruben Saragosa

I was looking for a light cabinet and this is so light I can't believe it. The two tens sound open and airy, chimney without being spikey. Have always liked Eminence speakers and in this cabinet they are awesome and I know they will sound even better once they broken in a bit. Well done Mojotone.

8/16/2021 9:24 am

You would think this was designed to be a perfect match for any Deluxe Reverb

by Jeff -

I love mine. I had it built to hold my vintage 12" Jensen and once it was installed everything sounded amazing. Expanded tight bass response with warm lush cleans with the perfect glassy smooth highs. I think they built this to be perfect with my head. The workmanship is absolutely beautiful and the attention detail had me smiling from ear to ear. Perfect cab for those of us who can't lug a heavy combo to shows. I can see why Fender uses Mojo to make their enclosures for their finer amps.