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So guys,
After a long search for an amp, finally, I've decided and got what I want!

But...what is it?





Hmm, I swear I've seen that logo somewhere before...





Okay, I'll stop teasing now





Incomplete family shot..


'Tis a Marshall 1936 2x12 Cab!

There's something missing...

Ooh, and, a quick question, when I get the head (whatever that head might be...), I put the Mono (8ohm) into my 8ohm slot on the head? Or the 16ohm Stereo into the 16ohm Stereo in my head? And what's the difference between Mono and Stereo?
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Last edited by LezPaulEpiphone at Oct 13, 2009,
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HNGD. niiiice guitar btw!
Epiphone Les Paul Standard Plus Top
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#5
HNCD!

I need to come and photograph your new rig...
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#7
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Nice guitar! What is it?

HNGD


i would guess its a Les Paul Epiphone
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#8
Quote by Jaekae
HNGD


i would guess its a Les Paul Epiphone


No, Lol

It's a Vintage V100, they're really great guitars, especially for the price.
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#9
Quote by Scayzar
Mono means one speaker, Stereo 2 ( Stereo is better thought)


No, just the opposite.

Mono is both speakers, stereo is only one speaker (or both if you are using both inputs). Using a cab in stereo is handy when you're using stereo effects, such as a rotary speaker for example, so the effect can pan from one side to the other rather than coming through both speakers at the same time.


HNCD
#10
Quote by i_am_metalhead
No, just the opposite.

Mono is both speakers, stereo is only one speaker (or both if you are using both inputs). Using a cab in stereo is handy when you're using stereo effects, such as a rotary speaker for example, so the effect can pan from one side to the other rather than coming through both speakers at the same time.


HNCD



So I should plug it into Mono?
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#11
Quote by LezPaulEpiphone
So I should plug it into Mono?


Yes.

Mono will utilize both speakers in the cabinet. If you are going to use stereo that would be for running two separate heads into one cab. Than each head would utilize one of the speakers. Or if you had a head such as a Roadking with cabinet switching and the cab had 2 different types of speakers.


HNGD!!
If you start a reply with: I have never played one but I have heard good things about it! Your opinion is invalid.
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Quote by boxcarmonument
Yes.

Mono will utilize both speakers in the cabinet. If you are going to use stereo that would be for running two separate heads into one cab. Than each head would utilize one of the speakers. Or if you had a head such as a Roadking with cabinet switching and the cab had 2 different types of speakers.


HNGD!!


Or if the head had parallel outs - you could run two 8 ohm outs into two 16 ohm speakers.
Last edited by i_am_metalhead at Oct 13, 2009,
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Quote by i_am_metalhead
Or if the head had parallel outs - you could run two 8 ohm outs into two 16 ohm speakers.


You could do that also. But why would you need to?
If you start a reply with: I have never played one but I have heard good things about it! Your opinion is invalid.
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Quote by boxcarmonument
You could do that also. But why would you need to?


I already mentioned that in my previous post. If you're running stereo effects then you would want to run your cab in stereo so the effects pan properly.


Edit

Haha nevermind - I'm not thinking properly. I'm thinking of using a head that has stereo outputs and running it into a stereo cab.
Last edited by i_am_metalhead at Oct 13, 2009,
#15
Can't wait for the head
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#16
Quote by TimBFMV
Can't wait for the head


Shuusshhh, don't tell them what it will be!
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#18
Quote by WtrPlyr
Nice guitar! What is it?

HNGD

I guess it's an epiphone since he doesn't include the headstock in the picture :P
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#19
Quote by Hultan
I guess it's an epiphone since he doesn't include the headstock in the picture :P


Nah, I said above

It's a Vintage V100tsb.
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#20
I used to have a 1936 before I got my JCM 800 cab, I really liked it. HNCD!
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#21
Quote by i_am_metalhead
No, just the opposite.

Mono is both speakers, stereo is only one speaker (or both if you are using both inputs). Using a cab in stereo is handy when you're using stereo effects, such as a rotary speaker for example, so the effect can pan from one side to the other rather than coming through both speakers at the same time.


HNCD



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HNCD

#22
Why would you post just a freaking cab? Who cares about a cab? It makes no sound on it's own?!!?!?! So why?
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#23
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Why would you post just a freaking cab? Who cares about a cab? It makes no sound on it's own?!!?!?! So why?



If you had read the post, it says "There's something missing..." which kinda implies that I'll be getting something to go with it.
And, as in the title, it says "Part 1"...You could also hazard a guess, and say that I might be getting something else...like maybe a head?
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