#1
can someone explain to me what it's all about, I'm not completely sure what diferance it makes, I currently have my Marshall TSL60 pluged into an MG series Marshall cabinet, my cabinet only takes 8ohm input, so thats what it gets straight from my amp.

The larger cabinets all seem to take 4 or 16ohms, I don't understand how that works as my amp can only put out 8 or 16, whats with the 4ohm inputs?

if I'm connecting one cabinet with one lead do I have to use the 16ohm output option on my amp?
Quote by Bazilisck311
So if I buy a Les Paul standard and throw it 200 mph, its binding will generate downforce?
#2
would the general rule of thumb be that if I use a Marshall 1960 cabinet connecting through 16ohm mono (I'm presuming that is the normal) and a Marshall amp head that I need to have the switch on the amp head to 16ohm

also would changing over to putting out at 16ohms make a huge differance to tone
Quote by Bazilisck311
So if I buy a Les Paul standard and throw it 200 mph, its binding will generate downforce?