My Laney Cub 10 lives with its output plugged into an old Excelsior cabinet with its original 15” in situ. The paring is perfect for my needs and I love the sound.
I’d really like to fit the Cub’s amp section into the Excelsior’s cabinet. It means widening the cutout on the Excelsior’s top which is easy to do but as the Cub is narrower than the Excelsior it means that the Cub’s amp is only secured by two screws in the top panel. In its original format it was also held by a screw on either side. Will it be okay with just 2 screws to hold the weight of the amp section and if not, any suggestions for a possible workaround?
The Exy amp section originally was split, with heavy transformers and power valves sat in lower part of the cab but the Cub is all in a single unit and I lack the skills to separate out the parts to top and bottom.
I haven’t dismantled the amp yet, I’d like to have a plan that I think would work before doing that. Any ideas?