#1
I have this 12" vintage speaker I'm looking to test, but I dont have any cabs with me at the moment. I was just wondering what characteristics adding a cab would be? Does it make the speaker much more beefy (Adding lowend)...The highs on this thing sound really really good, but it's lacking in punchyness.

Basically is it worth it for me to test at all without a cab? Or if it sounds pretty decent already, it will only get much much better with a cab?
70's Japan Greco SuperPower
Amps: '65 TRRI - Peavey Classic 50 4x10 - Epiphone VJ Head (Modded) - 2x12 Celestion Greenback Cab
FX: BK Tube Driver - EH Small Stone - MXR CC
Acoustics: Breedlove ADSM20 - Alveraz 5021 12-String
#2
Wait... so if you already know how it sounds... doesn't that mean you already did it?

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#3
Well I already have tested it, but without a cab... Im just wondering what a cab does as far as tonal enhancements, Adds low end but eliminates some highs...stuff like that.
70's Japan Greco SuperPower
Amps: '65 TRRI - Peavey Classic 50 4x10 - Epiphone VJ Head (Modded) - 2x12 Celestion Greenback Cab
FX: BK Tube Driver - EH Small Stone - MXR CC
Acoustics: Breedlove ADSM20 - Alveraz 5021 12-String
#4
Allows sound to be projected better, which could potentially make it sound slightly fuller,
and it'd definitely add more low end (especially if it's a closed back cab.)
Among other tone enhancers that I'm unsure about.
100w Peavey Valveking Head
Mesa Rectifier 4x12 Standard Cab
Ibanez RG 321
Boss DD-7
iSP Decimator x2
BBE Boosta Grande
Modded Crybaby
MXR Blue Box
Numark Power Conditioner
Korg DTR-1000