#1
Ok, I have a MG100HDFX full stack that I bought over a year ago (I jam at a couple different places so I just leave a cab and each and take the head back and forth). I found a Marshall Artist 3203 head for a couple hundred bucks and its in really good shape. I really like how this amp sounds but I don't have the cash right now to buy a nicer cab...at least until after I pay off my christmas shopping debt If I'm not mistaken, there is a switch on the back of the head that goes from 8 ohm to 4 ohm. Since the cabs are 8 ohm, if I was just using one the switch should be on 8 ohm....and 4 ohm if I use both cabs? Thanks in advance.
#2
Sell your MG for a start.

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#3
Thats not my question...I'm buying a new amp, I just can't afford a new cab right now.
#4
To run 2 cabs or to run a cab in stereo, you cut the ohm ratings in half to know what you use.

8 ohm cabs = 4 ohms on your head.


The 3203 is a cool amp for a hybrid. I had one for a bit.
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To run 2 cabs or to run a cab in stereo, you cut the ohm ratings in half to know what you use.

8 ohm cabs = 4 ohms on your head.


The 3203 is a cool amp for a hybrid. I had one for a bit.



Thanks! I thought this was how it works.