#1
Ok, so a wile ago I built a 200w cab. I gave it to one of my guitar playing friends that I jam with, because he got in a car accident and his got messed up. I sold my amp that I bought for it and purchased a new bass and a keyboard amp (the amp was only $100 so I figured it was great for now).

The amp is loud enough for where me and my friends gig, but were probably going to start gigging at this new venue that's like 3 times as big as this place.

I was wondering if I bought a cab and ran the line out from my combo amp to the cab if it would be more powerful. I wouldn't think it would, because it's only 150w so it could only give 150w to the speakers... But I was talking to this guy at a pawn shop when I was looking at basses and he told me something about it (unfortunately I didn't retain any of it... was a little high at the time :/)

So any help on this subject would be great.

EDIT: Or he might have been talking about PA speakers... Can't really remember.
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Last edited by EBass at May 18, 2010,
#2
what combo is it that you are on about?

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#3
Peavey KB2 Keyboard amp it was in my sig
Random off brand P Bass (Fretless)
SR 485 Sound gear 5 string bass
60's Crown violin bass
Rogue RA-100D Acoustic Guitar
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Peavey TNT 115 Bass Amp
Bass Big Muff pi
Dunlop Crybaby Bass Wah
#4
Youll need a powered cab or an extra poweramp if your just running from a line out. A line out doesnt provide any power just signal.
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