#1
I'm about to get a '78 twin reverb, the 135 watter, and I wanna add a 2x12 cab. However, I remember reading about getting the ohmage load down, making it seem to be quite the task. Anyone using an extension cab with that amp? I'm afraid I'll blow it if I don't figure this out.
#2
Aren't the extension cab outputs just 4 ohm??


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#3
The jack says 4 ohm total load. The internals are plugged into a 8 ohm jack. So does this not create some weird impedance ?
#4
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The jack says 4 ohm total load. The internals are plugged into a 8 ohm jack. So does this not create some weird impedance ?

I'm confuzzled. The internal jack is labeled 8 ohms? Thought they were 4 ohms...
#7
I don't have one so can't say. I've just been reading threads. I did just look at a picture and believe the internals are 4 ohms and the extension speaker says 4 ohms as well...but i believe it also says something about total load impedance on it as well.
#8
Why not see if you like the combo speakers first before you get a cab for it?

Also, do you like reggae? Just guessing from your username.
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#9
I've got a range of music to cover. Some loud some not, so I'd like to be prepared. Plus the vintage to modern combo will make some sweet noise.

I do like reggae but jah are my initials.
#10
It is best to plug into a 4 ohm cab. You can plug it into an 8 ohm, but then it may distort sooner at higher volumes. This is according to my fender owners manual.
#11
Excellent. I'm just worried about the thing crappin' out. It's thirty years old so I don't wanna blow it out. I've mismatched impedance before, but some say it's terrible, but I've not had anything bad happen.