#1
what exactly does the switch on the back of my amp head that changes the number of ohms in the amp? I know it enhances the resistance, but what does that do regarding your sound?
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#3
I think it has 4 ohms and can be switched to 10 ohms or a bit higher.... and when I bought it, it was on 4....should I just leave it like that?
My Gear:
Gibson Les Paul Standard | Gibson SG | Casio PG 380 | Dave Mustaine VMNT | Digitech Whammy | Carvin Legacy head |
Carvin V3 combo | MXR Custom Badass Overdrive | Dunlop Jerry Cantrell Wah | Rocktron Banshee | Ibanez PG Flanger
#4
Well the important part is you're matching the resistance. Does it change your sound? Sort of. Some people say 16ohms uses more windings on the output transformer and gives you a thicker bass.
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#5
Don't. Ever. Change it.
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#6
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Don't. Ever. Change it.


Unless he gets a new cab.
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