I felt it was time for me to join this forum. Allow me to tell you a bit about me. I am a musician and my degree is in electronics. I used to work for Wolter Electronics in Fargo ND, a company that sold and installed Frazier products. I had the pleasure of installing nearly all of the Frazier commercial speakers from 1977 to 1979. I installed them according to engineering specs as far as critical placement and angle in many auditoriums. I believe they were called "The industries best kept secret". Back in the day, I aquired 2 - 10" Dixielanders and a Texan, along with some larger Frazier composite horns. Being a musician, I saw the Dixielanders as a perfect vocal speaker for a band. I did the unthinkable (by todays standards), and covered them with black carpet and metal corners. Back in the day that I did this, I don't think the internet even existed. I did not know their future value. I also replaced the Frazier 10" speakers with Eminence 150 watt drivers. The saving grace in that is I still have 2 Frazier 10" Dixielander speakers in near mint condition. I never did finish making my Frazier system, and the cabs sat in my basement for many years. Recently, I quit several bands I was with, too many weekends too full, time to spend now on me. I decided to finally make the horn boxes for my Frazier horns, so I could mount them on my Dixielanders and finally see just what these horn speakers can do. I decided on Selenium drivers. In researching the web on Frazier speakers, I found this place. So in seeing some of my history, perhaps you can see why I had to join. I did take the 12" speaker out of my Texan when the speaker in my Gibson amp when bad. It does sound great as a guitar speaker! That speaker is in mint shape as well. I am left with an empty Texan cab. Not sure what to do with it yet, they are soooo heavy. Just wanted to introduce myself and say, I have seen some great posts here about Frazier. I love these speakers!