#1
Is it possible?

I was curious, I know you can go directly to a pa system, but could I hook it up to like a 212 cab?

I yes what would I need to buy(if anything)
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#2
You would need to by a poweramp

pod >poweramp > cab
Amp/Effects:

Mesa Boogie Mark IV
Tc-Electronic G-system
Avatar 2x12 (Hellatone 60's)
Line6 DM4

Guitars:

EBMM JP6 BFR
EBMM JP7
Taylor 314ce
#3
Is it practical and more cost efficient than buying a regular amp while all I'm usig is my pods distortion?
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#4
er... it's not practical considering if you buy a poweramp, you will now have 3 seperate pieces of equipment to lug around. and since you're in the Pod range, i doubt you have the money to buy a really good poweramp either.

it's much more practical to just buy an amp. everyone's recommendation for an amp for your purpose would be a keyboard amp.
#5
well im not a giging guitarist.

its for xmas so i have about 400$ to blow on this

why would a keyboard amp be better?
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#6
I think you can actually. If you don't mind it being really, really quiet! You'd be driving it as if it were a headphone, so think about the loudest you'd gotten headphones to sound through it from a distance, give it a little more low end, a bout that probably.
#7
firstly, portability. it doesn't matter whether you're gigging or just playing with yourself (lol). if you have your speaker, preamp, and power amp in one unit (in the form of a keyboard or guitar amp), you will be able to move it around the house easily. and also move it out of the house easily should there be a need.

secondly, quality. I'm not too sure about the range of poweramps out there. But with $400, i'm sure you can get a very decent keyboard amp. And at least the keyboard amp was designed to take a signal, raise it to line level, then amplify all together. Just think of it this way: you have a car. would you rather both the engine and the body be in one unit, or be sitting in a car in front with the engine on another carriage behind?

thirdly, cost. A 212/112/110/108 cab + poweramp will definitely cost more than a keyboard amp. And seriously, there is no real benefit in having the poweramp driving a speaker cabinet in two seperate components. That is unless you purchase state-of-the-art studio-equipment-level poweramps and cabinets.

lastly, if you really love the idea of like a 212 cab, just buy a keyboard amp with 2 12" speakers.
#8
A ZT Lunchbox could be a good solution here. It's a 200W(approx) Solid State amp and it has a Line In. You could use it as a Poweramp(Honestly it would cost about the same as some dedicated solutions) and you'd also have a working super portable amp/speaker/PA Head.