#1
I just got a Hughes and Kettner Warp 7 today. Its just the head and since im up at college my cabinet is at my house a ways away. But im going home this weekend and was wondering if I could connect this head to my 4 ohm cab. Here is a picture of the outputs...



Also can I plug this amp in to the power outlet and just turn it on to make sure it works and everything? Or is that not even good to do without a cab plugged in?
Gear
Guitars-
Paul Reed Smith SE Custom
Paul Reed Smith Mike Mushok Baritone
Squire Bullet
Carlos Acoustic
Epiphone Banjo
Amps-
Mesa Boogie DC-5
B-52 LS-100 and Matching cab
and tons of miscellaneous stuff
Last edited by ultimate-rocker at Oct 5, 2011,
#2
yeh connect the 4ohm output to the 4ohm input of your cab.

and i'm not 100% on this but you can plug it in and turn it on to make sure it works, but i wouldn't put a guitar through it just to be sure. but someone else might wanna back up or go against me on this.
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#3
Ok thanks. I figured it would work because it said 4 ohm but the 8 ohm was just freaking me out.
Gear
Guitars-
Paul Reed Smith SE Custom
Paul Reed Smith Mike Mushok Baritone
Squire Bullet
Carlos Acoustic
Epiphone Banjo
Amps-
Mesa Boogie DC-5
B-52 LS-100 and Matching cab
and tons of miscellaneous stuff
#5
That's what I heard and figured. I just didn't know if it would be ok without running a guitar through it.
Gear
Guitars-
Paul Reed Smith SE Custom
Paul Reed Smith Mike Mushok Baritone
Squire Bullet
Carlos Acoustic
Epiphone Banjo
Amps-
Mesa Boogie DC-5
B-52 LS-100 and Matching cab
and tons of miscellaneous stuff