#1
iv looked on the net and stuff. says sumthing about using a y cable. so how exactly doues this work i have no idea and would liek to know. This is assuming the ext. cab is a single speaker like BillM's.

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#2
Y cable?

huh

If you want to run an extension cab, I'm fairly certain you will loose the internal speaker and pick up the speaker of cab. You would unhook the current speaker and solder/rig a length of heavy speaker wire and then put a jack on the other end to insert into cab (or wire directly to new speaker).

Actually the BJ may have a Cab out jack already - so bump for ya.
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Y cable?

huh


Actually the BJ may have a Cab out jack already - so bump for ya.


It doesn't. No effects loop or jacks or anything, just an input and tone knobs.
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It doesn't. No effects loop or jacks or anything, just an input and tone knobs.

Actually, you can just unplug the internal speaker (there's a jack like for a head to cab) and hook up a cab through that jack. Just be sure it's 8 ohms.
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Actually, you can just unplug the internal speaker (there's a jack like for a head to cab) and hook up a cab through that jack. Just be sure it's 8 ohms.


Well... there you have it. Although I'm not sure if that's what the TS wanted to do.
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#6
Oh, you want to use both speakers.

In that case, I would get a splitter cable and plug a speaker into each jack. This would, however, require you get new 4 ohm speakers for the combo and the cab so the impedence still equals 8 ohms. Conclusion: Costs an assload of money. Not really worth doing IMO.
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#7
HEY GUYS sorry for the dealyed replies, i thoguht i might get notified with replies from others. Thanks alot for the idea sand info, and the conclusion lol. Ill see how loud i need it to be when i start gigging. Thanks again
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#8
It won't make the amp much louder, just might spread the sound better. But in a live situation the BJ is still gonna be a bit quiet compared to higher wattage amps.
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