Our take on a Tweed Pro Jr.® Cabinet, which is slightly larger than the standard.
We use threaded inserts on our back panel for extra chassis support. This cabinet comes with all the mounting holes predrilled.
Transforms the Pro Junior This well-built, handsome cabinet absolutely transforms the Pro Junior. I paired the Mojotone Pro Junior Tweed Cab with an Eminence The Wizard (a British voiced speaker that's just shy of twice as loud as the stock speaker), and now this amp absolutely roars. The cleans are vastly improved, and the distortion as well. I used to prefer the 65 Princeton cleans to the Pro Junior, but after this upgrade, I have not played my Princeton at all. The resonance and sonic size of the amp is vastly improved. Another benefit: this larger cabinet actually weighs LESS than the smaller stock cab (due to pine and birch construction), so even if adding a heavier speaker, this amp retains its grab and go character. The mounting holes are all done from the back, not the top or sides as in the stock cabinet, so expect that, and it feels very solid.
Name: Michael Allen Rating: 4
Fix This Stringed Instrument Repair Always liked the sound of my 90's-era Pro Jr., but the size and speaker configuration made it a much better recording amp than a gigging amp. Then I found the Mojotone conversion cab. The chassis bolted right into place easily...real wood instead of whatever pressed-and-formed material Fender used...12" speaker instead of a 10....Holy Snikes!!...mucho improvement! This has become one of my most-used gig amps. I'll deduct 1 star because the handle's cheap and started tearing up fairly quickly, but everything else is great and a BIG tone boost.
Name: Nick Rating: 5
Quality This cabinet is perfect for the Pro Jr.! Build quality is great and mine didn’t have any problems with mounting holes. It really opens up the sound having a quality pine cab and 12” speaker. I wish I hadn’t waited so long to get it. Thanks for the great cab.
Name: Dan Powers Rating: 4
Professor I snagged a 93 pro-jr back in the day at a pawn shop for $100, a good amp for what it is/was. After years of deliberation, I finally upgraded my pro jr cab this week. Overall this Mojotone is a solid cab. My only quibble is that the top 3 chassis holes were not drilled and required that I use my old back panel as a template and drill some new holes (I stripped a chassis screw when horsing the new holes @#&$, but otherwise ok). Tip: I also added some aluminum tape to complete the Faraday cage around the chassis mounting points on the back panel.
I tried it in jazz band rehearsal this PM. This cab, coupled with a Jensen C12Q makes the pro-jr a more "mature", wide open amp, and very different from the stock amp. It fits well with the big band I am it, which is populated by a large number of 60+ folks like me.