#1
Use a Marshall 1965A and a Hartke VX410 cab together in a full stack? Both of them are 8ohms and 4x10. Because when I get my new amp head I wanna try full stacking, just for the hell of it.

Any help appriciated
My Gear
Guitars
Cort VX-2V
Basses
Stagg BC300
Amps
Marshall JCM900 4100 DR
Marshall 1965A
Hartke HA3500 Combo
#2
If your new head has 2- 4Ohm inputs you should be fine.
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#3
Awesomee >;D
But it'll be high as though, because the Hartke cab is in a combo, which is high enough all ready, it's bigger than a 4x12 >;@
My Gear
Guitars
Cort VX-2V
Basses
Stagg BC300
Amps
Marshall JCM900 4100 DR
Marshall 1965A
Hartke HA3500 Combo
#4
Is the Hartke a bass cab?
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#5
Quote by boxcarmonument
Is the Hartke a bass cab?

Yeah, I'm using it for guitar atm though (After going through the bass head), sounds reallly good, about the same as a 4x12" cab.
My Gear
Guitars
Cort VX-2V
Basses
Stagg BC300
Amps
Marshall JCM900 4100 DR
Marshall 1965A
Hartke HA3500 Combo
#6
Yeah I've heard of guys getting good results (tone=wise) using bass cabs.
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#7
Quote by boxcarmonument
Yeah I've heard of guys getting good results (tone=wise) using bass cabs.

They're great, you get all the highs, lows and mids from it. I play mostly megadeth style stuff, and I get that really high end overdrive, whilst still getting the ballsy parts perfectly.
My Gear
Guitars
Cort VX-2V
Basses
Stagg BC300
Amps
Marshall JCM900 4100 DR
Marshall 1965A
Hartke HA3500 Combo