#1
.... and it's either going to be really cool or break everything.

I have a Fender M-80 head and it has 2 inputs.

Soooo... What would happen if I plug my guitar into one input like usual, but then sent the output from the 4 ohm through the other input and then sent the 8 ohm output through a cabinet.

Would that do anything or just be a total bust?
#2
It won't work, the input of a guitar amp is built to tolerate a low-level signal that comes from a guitar. You could damage your head.
#3
no it won't work. even if it did, what the hell would you do that for anyway?
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#4
No. Inputs take in a guitar signal. No signal is produced from an input, just to an input.
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#5
...why?
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