#1
Righty, i plan to get a bugera 6260 soon. At the moment i have a Peavey valveking 212. Until i get a chance to sell the peavey and buy a cabinet, is there a way i can easily use the bugera head through the peavey speakers without dicking around with the speaker connections etc?
#2
No...why not just get a Bugera combo?
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for a couple months in order to pimp my ride.


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#3
a bugera combo is a better choice
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#4
Probably, but i've been offered a pretty good deal for the head, so i might aswell go for it... I have plenty of space for cranking when i record etc, so no harm done on that front imo.
#5
Quote by TChosenPessimis
Probably, but i've been offered a pretty good deal for the head, so i might aswell go for it... I have plenty of space for cranking when i record etc, so no harm done on that front imo.


the head will be fine. as for how to convert the valveking to a cabinet, i guess you could read the guide on it somewhere in this forum. if you still dont want to, just take it to someone who knows a thing or two about this stuff. remember though, NEVAR turn the head on if its not connected to speakers with the right ohms
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Head and Cab for $130? You don't need a head and cabinet, you need a psychological examination.
#6
I'm guessing at the moment but I think you have two 16 ohm speakers wired in parallel for 4 ohms total.

Either way, you are going to have to cut the leads off each speaker and rewire them with speaker cable to a male insert jack to plug into Bugera. As stated make sure the ohms match so don't take my word for it. Good luck with your purchase.

PS - there is a Buerga thread and a Valveking thread as well.