#1
is it possible to hook up to combo amps together through there line out jacks or would this just ruin both amps
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#2
you might possibly be able to use a combo as an extension cab?
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#4
I know you can hook a head to a combo if the ohms match. I've never tried hooking to combo's together though. Let me know how that works
#5
Are you trying to use the second combo as a cab, or run both amps at the same time?

You could use an ABY box if you wanted them at the same time.
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#6
ABY box or any other stereo pedal.

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#7
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Are you trying to use the second combo as a cab, or run both amps at the same time?

You could use an ABY box if you wanted them at the same time.


Easiest solution. And you won't run the risk of ruining one of the amps. Although I have run my bass combo through the external speaker jack of one of my combo amps. Sounded pretty cool. I only did it at low volume though....