#1
Is it possible?

I was thinking maybe through the effects loop, but maybe the resistance doesn't match up and shit could get real?

Or am i just dreaming and should get a cabinet?

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#2
I believe that if the head has a preamp in/out you might be able to use that, but I definitely wouldn't use the speaker outs as that would be very bad for the head (no load).
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#3
Yea..... no.
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#5
It wouldn't go in the effects loop: the combo's amp wouldn't be involved. If there is a speaker cable socket on the head that matches the combo's speakers' resistance, then you could plug the speakers into the head.
#6
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#7
Do NOT plug your guitar head into the guitar in on a combo. You will fry your amp. Running a signal into one preamp and poweramp of the head, and then again from the poweramp into another preamp is just asking for bad news.

I saw a thread a while back that described how to convert a combo amp into just a smallish speaker cab. I'd look into that. Do something like "combo amp to speaker cab conversion" in the forum searchbar. Outside of that
#9
AS long as your speaker output is connected straight to the combo's speaker you're fine.

The FX send>return isn't a good idea as you'll be running the head without a load - well, running it for a minute or two before it goes up in smoke.