#1
I will buy an extension cabinet for my AC4TV combo, my budget can stretch to $450.
I play mostly bluesy stuff, but I like cranking some metal with my pedals.
I want this to work so I can use the AC4TV combo for home use and travelling, and the AC4TV plus the cab for gigging.
Ideally, I want the cab to be good enough so I can use it with a bigger head in the future.
Must be 16Ohms.
#2
The guitarist from a local band used the AC4 with a greenback loaded marshall cab, sounded fantastic. Was supprised by the amount of volume that thing spits out when cranked. IMO speakers you want to avoind are the V30's and G12T-75's
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#3
Quote by allochthomas
The guitarist from a local band used the AC4 with a greenback loaded marshall cab, sounded fantastic. Was supprised by the amount of volume that thing spits out when cranked. IMO speakers you want to avoind are the V30's and G12T-75's


Cool, thanks.
I really like Greenbacks, but they are hard to find here. . .
#5
I'm not sure where you're from, but you might want to check out Avatar Speakers. You can pretty much custom build your own cabs on their website with the kind of body you want, number of speakers, types of speakers, etc. If you're shipping outside the USA, they might get too expensive, but they still should be worth checking out.
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Quote by TremontiAddict
I'm not sure where you're from, but you might want to check out Avatar Speakers. You can pretty much custom build your own cabs on their website with the kind of body you want, number of speakers, types of speakers, etc. If you're shipping outside the USA, they might get too expensive, but they still should be worth checking out.

Yea, shipping could get expensive. . .
I'm currently looking at some pretty good Marshall cabs.
What I want to do is use the cab I will buy with my AC4, and then buy either a Vox Night Train 50 or a Marshal DSL 100 to use with the previously bought cab.
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#8
Marshalls most common cabs (at least around here) are the 1960 a or b. they have t75's in them and i really don't think that would complement your vox. however if it is a 'gateway cab' i would get it if you were planning to pick up a nice full sized head.
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Marshalls most common cabs (at least around here) are the 1960 a or b. they have t75's in them and i really don't think that would complement your vox. however if it is a 'gateway cab' i would get it if you were planning to pick up a nice full sized head.

I've decided and this is exactly what I'm doing, thank you ;D
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