#1
i just did the combo amp to head conversion with my old practice amp marshall, and i was just wondering if i have to use a certain sized speaker to plugin or, can i just plug in the speaker from my genz benz and start rockin, cause on the back of the casing from the marshall it says that its 40 watts.
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#2
I hate to break it to you, but your MG10CD is 10watts, not 40w.

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#3
on the back it says 40
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#5
o woops, but is it possible to connect it to the speaker that my combo is running through?
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Gear:
Schecter Hellraiser C-1 Fr
Genz Benz Black Pearl 30
Boss Ds-1
Digitech RP55
Ibanez WD7 Weeping Demon
Ibanez Fz7 Fuzz
Marshall MG10CD 40W
Modded POS Strat
#6
Quote by guitarmankyle
on the back it says 40
That's how much power it draws from the AC mains, not how much power it can send to a speaker.

find the impedance of the stock speaker from the MG.
attach a cab with the same impedance.

highly doubtful you'll find a cab that can't handle the power your MG10CD can deliver.

EDIT:
You MUST disconnect the amp section of a combo if you connect the MG's output to its speaker.
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#7
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That's how much power it draws from the AC mains, not how much power it can send to a speaker.

find the impedance of the stock speaker from the MG.
attach a cab with the same impedance.

highly doubtful you'll find a cab that can't handle the power your MG10CD can deliver.

Remember it has got CRUSHING OVERDRIVE, it might not be able to withhold that

I don't know why you'd want to connect a practice amp to more speakers though

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#8
i want louder mashally tones w/o spending another 1-2g's on a new amp, cause i just got the genz benz like 3 months ago
Quote by AmericanParadox
cuztomizing guitars = best thing in the world. Better than sex.



GB&C RULES


Gear:
Schecter Hellraiser C-1 Fr
Genz Benz Black Pearl 30
Boss Ds-1
Digitech RP55
Ibanez WD7 Weeping Demon
Ibanez Fz7 Fuzz
Marshall MG10CD 40W
Modded POS Strat
#9
The MG does no justice to the "Marshall sound" and also connecting the MG up to more speakers/a different cab won't make it any louder.

Epiphone Les Paul Standard w/ SD Alnico Pro II's
Fender Aerodyne Telecaster & Stratocaster
Marshall JCM 800 4104 combo


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#10
Actually, different speakers could make it louder. But not significantly, and this is really not a Marshally amp at all.
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