#1
with a Guitar amp have any negative effects on the cab?
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#2
Probably not, though you might not be getting the best tone out of it, the speakers being.. you know, designed for bass and everything.

But I guess if the Ohm ratings match, you could do it.
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#3
another question, what's the difference between Guitar cabs, and PA cabs?
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#4
Besides the obvious guitar cabs are for guitar amplifiers, PA Cabinets are used for PA Systems? No idea.

Google?
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#5
PA cabinets are voiced for the whole band freq's while guitar cabs are voiced specifically for the guitar frequencies.
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#6
stratoblaster- that's kinda obvious.
soul eater- thank you.
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#7
i used my tsl through a 1x15 for a couple months B4 i got my 1960 cab..didnt sound too bad either
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