#1
Hey my sexy friends [No homo. I'm feeling a bit strange right now]

Is it possible to put a combo through a cab?
If so, how?

The amp in question is a Roland Cube 15X [solid state combo]

The only output on it is a RECORDING OUT/HEADPHONES.
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#3
where are you from woffelz?

and I doubt the cube has an extension out but google search
#4
It is possible on some combos, but not on the Roland Cube. The headphone output doesn't have enough power to drive a speaker cabinet.

On some combos, the speaker is connected to the amp circuit with a jack. You can pull this out and connect it to a cab instead. Sometimes, there will be more than one output, but they're usually labelled something like "speaker out" along with an impedance rating.

So no, it can't be done with the Roland Cube 15.
#5
Quote by askrere
where are you from woffelz?

and I doubt the cube has an extension out but google search


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#6
Combos that can be used through cabs/use extension cabs have something like an EXT OUT jack on the back. Which yours doesn't.