#1
How would I go about hooking up a combo amp to a cab?

I have a Peavey Classic 30W (tube) Amp that I would like to hook up to a cab.
Also, are there any disadvantages to hooking up a combo to a cab?
#2
Quote by Zach101
How would I go about hooking up a combo amp to a cab?

I have a Peavey Classic 30W (tube) Amp that I would like to hook up to a cab.
Also, are there any disadvantages to hooking up a combo to a cab?

I'm not sure on that model, but there will either be a wire coming from the speaker lugs going into a jack on the back of the amp (most likely,) or it will be hardwired to the amp. Either way you need a 1/4" plug with lugs on it to wire onto the end going to the speaker. Then you just match impedances and you're good to go.
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Unless its electronic drums.

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Can you unplug the speaker from the unit, hopefully a normal 1/4" jack?

The line going into the amp is sometimes a 1/4" plug, but never the line going to the amp. Either way he'll need to do some soldering. The best way would be to make a seperate wire to use for this. Just a 3 or 4 foot wire with a 1/4" plug on one end and speaker clips on the other.
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Unless its electronic drums.

BURN THE WITCH!!!!!