#2
depends. does your amp have a speaker out? if so is it the same ohm as the input of the cab?
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#6
Why not just continue saving?

I don't recommend a 15 inch speaker cab that's designed for bass for use with a guitar, either...


i only have a summer job, and will only have enough money to spend to get a cabinet, or head. until next summer.

and i play bass? so i wouldn't be using a guitar through it.
#7
what's the amp you want to use as the head that line6 or hartke?
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#8
Quote by Seanstrom
i only have a summer job, and will only have enough money to spend to get a cabinet, or head. until next summer.

and i play bass? so i wouldn't be using a guitar through it.


So save up. Don't buy either if you're not gonna use them. And this is guitar gear and accessories, so just specify next time.
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#9
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what's the amp you want to use as the head that line6 or hartke?



The Line 6 is the one i'd run it through when i'm at home, the hartke for when i'm at my friends house for band practices.
the line 6 is at my house for like room practicing.
but i absolutely hate the tone of the line 6, it has no low end what so ever.

so both?
#10
Quote by forsaknazrael
Why not just continue saving?

I don't recommend a 15 inch speaker cab that's designed for bass for use with a guitar, either...


Ummm... I know I use him for my examples a lot, but Mr. Brent Hinds is knocking at your door to kick your ass. He uses 2 celestion 15" bass speakers in his Fender SF cab.

Also, I believe SRV used Electro-Voice SRO15s which are bass speakers.
#11
Simple answer, on alot of amps they have a 'Speaker Connection' socket on the back. But if you do not have one this means you can't use a cab with it as the amp has been wired with the speaker provided. It is possible to get it professionally wired but its a hassle, hoped it helped :P
#12
IMO, with your current rig, it's not possible.
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#13
Quote by i_am_metalhead
Ummm... I know I use him for my examples a lot, but Mr. Brent Hinds is knocking at your door to kick your ass. He uses 2 celestion 15" bass speakers in his Fender SF cab.

Also, I believe SRV used Electro-Voice SRO15s which are bass speakers.

Yes, but generally speaking, it's not a conventional method.


threadstarter, why bother? Adding a cab isn't going to make your current rig loud enough for gigs.
#14
i think he's looking for a tonal improvement -- unless i misunderstood... either which way he's not going to get it with the gear he has
Pedal Board(s)

GAS list:
- Fender Jazzmaster
- Supa Trem
- 2x12 cab
- Mesa Lone Star
- ondes martenot
#15
yes i am looking for tonal improvement, as well as being louder.
and thanks guys.
i guess i'll just save up and get a bigger louder, head and cabinet together later.