Hey guys! By recommendation of Mr. Deadpool_25, I contacted BFG to make me a vertical 2x12. But this one is ported and can fit a 27" head on top. Since I like the sound of ported guitar cabs, I gave this one a go. Thanks to BFG, he went with this idea and made one of the best cabs I have. It is inspired by some of the ported stuff that came from Hermida, Rivera, and Emperor cabs. We even tried to come as close to a Vader ported 215 look. Here are the specs: -13 ply Voidless Baltic Birch -Lap joints -Horizontally divided into separate enclosures for the drivers -27"x27"x14" -Mesa Boogie style tolex -16 gauge grill -4 ports tuned for the Legends Fs -Eminence Legends V12 -8 ohms mono, 16 ohms stereo -240 watts handling power -65lbs -Loud as f. And the Build pics: Finally, the finished product: Even looks good with the little Katana. And the sound? I like it! It is at par to ported 2x12s from Port City and Genz Benz that I have tried. Somehow, this cab is much tighter sounding than my Genz Benz GFlex. I can hear the difference that the bass of the Gflex is more open. This cab however sounds more aggressive and the sound dispersion is far superior compared to my horizontal cabs. It's not at all beamy and your sound doesn't change when you walk to different parts of the room. Always been a fan of Eminence Legends V12. These do sound in the ballpark of V30s but not as close as people will tell you. They have more chunk and more frequencies to work with. They have a mid spike but it is not as prominent as a V30. It is very smooth and pleasant to the ear. Tames out fizziness and with 120w power handling per speaker, it works well with high wattage power amps that I use for my AX8 rig. The vertical BFG is damn loud and the whole thing just resonates. No rattles so far. Will have to gig with this more so I can see how roadworthy it will be. But as far as I can touch and see, the build is superb. No glue marks. The grill fits like a glove. Screws and wiring are all tight. I'm very happy with this even though it ended up costing a bit more than I expected due to shipping. BFG price is very reasonable and is at par with the pricing (and quality) from Avatar or Mojotone. Build time was 1 and a half months. You can contact BFG cabs at Facebook if you want custom cabs done.