#1
I've been told a while back that when transporting my 4x12 cab (1960s Lead Marshall), that I should have it laying on it's side or on its front face and never on the back. I'm talking about car transportation-- is this true?
#3
Without really knowing, I would guess that up-right would be best because the speakers remain in the original position as opposed to possibly hanging thru and maybe tearing the paper/rubber surrounds. By the same principle, on it's side would have the same result. On it's back the speakers could possibly rest on the magnets, but not sure how much damage that could do.
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#4
Quote by Lil'hl
Well. It whould not be a problem unless a) the speakers are not mounted properly or b) you have something in your car that has the potential to break the grill cloth and possibly the speaker, such as a knife or a chainsaw thats turned on.


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#5
in the interest of balance im going to say that transporting your amp with a chainsaw thats turned on is totally safe
#6
Quote by funeralllllllll
in the interest of balance im going to say that transporting your amp with a chainsaw thats turned on is totally safe

i'd have to agree with this. it's common sense really.
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