#1
I have a Peavey windsor half stack and the cab is kinda ****ty. So whats a good step up from it
#2
Anything, honestly. I'd suggest looking used or picking up an avatar 2x12.
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#5
Marshall 1960A, or if you want 4x10, 1965A, Marshall make the best cabs..
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#6
What's your budget? I won't pretend to be knowledgeable about cabs (I'm not) but I've heard good things about avatar. If you could find a used marshall 1960 that would be a good choice as well. Again, it comes down to your budget.
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#7
Quote by Jesstaa
Marshall 1960A, or if you want 4x10, 1965A, Marshall make the best cabs..



Umm..really depends on the sound you're after. No cab has the ideal construction and speakers for every tone that is desired out there.
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#8
Quote by Jesstaa
Marshall 1960A, or if you want 4x10, 1965A, Marshall make the best cabs..


You are so far off the mark that you're now in space.

There are around a dozen companies that make better cabs.

Is this a joke?
#12
I tried one briefly in a guitar store. Sounded ok, looked a little cheap around the fixings though. Quite boomy, but that might have ben the wooden floor (it was a two storey guitar shop).
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#13
Buy some speakers you like and then buy an empty cab/make your own cab/get one made.
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#14
Quote by random_B-RAD
Buy some speakers you like and then buy an empty cab/make your own cab/get one made.



only.


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if you know what you are doing, and can do it well. i got chewed out in another thread a little bit ago for saying this and not specifying myself about having the know-how of making a good, solid cab.