#1
Would it be ok to run a 4 ohm head into an 8 ohm cab that has two woofers and a horn inside?
Guitars:
FENDER Sugar Rush, Scala-Caster Strat
KRAMER Striker600ST (from 86)

Amps:
MARSHALL Haze 40

Pedals:
Rocktron Banshee 2 Talkbox
Boss MD2
Crybaby
Visual Sound Tremolo
FAB Chorus
#3
Well I'm actually doing this for my bassist. His head-area in his fender bassman250 died.but he wants to use the cab portion.... The head he's looking at is SS, are you positive it'll work? We've got a gig tomorrow night :p
Guitars:
FENDER Sugar Rush, Scala-Caster Strat
KRAMER Striker600ST (from 86)

Amps:
MARSHALL Haze 40

Pedals:
Rocktron Banshee 2 Talkbox
Boss MD2
Crybaby
Visual Sound Tremolo
FAB Chorus
#5
Quote by dullsilver_mike
I'm going to assume yes for you.


lol

IT should work, but the best way for us to or Google to help you is tell us what head he is using if he or you knows. Nearly all SS heads can handle a load higher than the rating. So say the head takes 4 ohms and puts out 200 watts, it'll take an 8 but maybe put out 130 watts, 16 ohm 60 watts etc, give it a two ohm load and you'll kill it though.

Moral: only higher ohm resistance + only SS lower = ok but wattage will be lower
#6
As long as the cabinet's ohms rating is not less than that of the amplifier head's ohms rating, you're fine. If the cabinet's rating is less than that of the amplifier, then you're making the amp work to hard and it will probably fry.
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