I was pretty cramped on stage at my last gig. I'm playing keys and rhythm guitar, so we squeezed the keyboard and drum set on the "stage". My amp, a new Tone Master Twin Reverb, just fit. I brought my amp stand, but that would not fit. I couldn't use the tilt-back legs on the amp either. While I was setting it up, I thought I may have trouble projecting sound into the venue with the amp so low to the ground. I was right. So into the workshop. Cut up some 3/4" ply, and started gluing it together. Fit some hardware. Rounded over the corners and started paint. Finished painting with Duratex. Mounted the rest of the hardware. Put on the back. And done. The front grille is removable, so I can make another grille with speaker cutouts, and use this as an extension cab, with either an open or closed back. As it is, I can use it as a gear box, loading it up with assorted cables, pedalboards, mics, etc. And of course, it's also an amp stand, that should work even on tight stages. I can even use it to wheel any heavier gear from the car into the venue. I ordered a Fender Logo badge, so it will match the amp. The grille cloth is a pretty close match, though not perfect. Looking forward to our next gig to try it out.