#1
i'm planning on getting a jcm 900 combo, 50 watt 1x12 to be exact

the speaker is a celestion g12t-75 (75 watts)

The amp is rated at 50 watts RMS, which i know means that it could really hit 70 to possibly 100 or more watts

is it okay to still use it properly (cranking it) and not blowing the speaker?
Quote by progbass
right Metallica is a given. Personally I like to pretend the bus exploded and killed them all in '86.

GUITAR PEDALS FOR SALE
#3
why would they would sell it with a 50 watt speaker knowing full well the amount of people that turn all the knobs on a marshall to a 10, if they even thought for a second it would mess up the speaker.
Pain is an illusion.
Schecter Hellraiser C-1 w/ Seymour Duncan JB/Jazz Combo
Pitchblack | Bad Horsie 2 | DS-1 | BF-2 | ISP Decimator | DD6
YouTube Channel
#5
Quote by Tackleberry
A 50 watt amp wont blow a 75 watt speaker.



+1, speakers are rated conservatively, so a 50 watt speaker can take more power than that before it's destroyed. Speaker makers learned long ago that amps put out more than their rated wattage.
I don't give a shit if you listen to me or not