#1
Im in a band, and my guitarist is playing a Crate GX900H solid state head through a Crate V412A tube cab , and he's wondering if there is anything wrong with doing this.
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#3
opps i mean that it's meant to be running through a tube head
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#5
shouldn't pose a problem if you can run a guitar into a keyboard amp, or a surround sound system.
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#6
A cab is a box with speakers in it. It is no more a tube cab than your guitar is a tube guitar.
#7
It doeasnt matter if the cab came with a tune head or sold with a tube head.

speakers will play the same whether they are played through a SS head or tube.

it wont hurt anything
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#8
cabs can be run through any type of amp head, it wont matter if its a tube or solidstate head.
#9
wut?

just make sure the cab is same ohm as head
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#10
speaker cabintes don't have tubes in them or for that matter transistors, there's no such thing as a tube cab or solid state cab
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#12
a cab is a cab. as long as its the correct amount of Ohms. you can tell you buddie hes OK if the cab has the proper Ohms. since my 5150 blew up ive been using a solid state randall head through the 5150 cab....... and it sounds better than the 5150 did through it.
#13
well, the cabs can be voiced for certain heads. For example, Line6 cabs are voiced to be used with line6 heads, and shouldn't be mixed due to the certain frequency response they have. For this example, it shouldn't matter.
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#14
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well, the cabs can be voiced for certain heads. For example, Line6 cabs are voiced to be used with line6 heads, and shouldn't be mixed due to the certain frequency response they have.


whoever told you that couldn't be more wrong. Brands don't mean anything. Cabinets come down to construction (wood types, open/closed backs, etc.) and speaker configurations (certain speakers are better for certain music styles, wattages, ohms, mono/stereo, etc.)
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Wait, he's running a head through a head?

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