#1
I just ordered a new amp and cab. The cab is back ordered. I want to be able to play my new amp but I only have a solid state combo amp. Is there a way to plug the new tube into it and play through it or do I just have to wait?
#2
You can do it if you go straight from the new amp to the speakers of the old amp, totally bypassing the old amp. You may have to make up a speaker lead to match - and check your impedance and power ratings.
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#3
what are the imputs on your solid state amp? obviously you have a guitar imput. is there anything else?
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Well, technically it could be done, but only in the same way that you could change a cat into a hamburger. It's an unpleasant process, and nobody is happy with the result.
#4
I really wouldn't do this. Unless your amp has a speaker cable with a 1/4" plug going to the speaker, your going to royally **** up your new amp. Even if it does make sure the combo's speaker is the correct amount of ohms.
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#5
What kind of amp is it?

My AC15(which is tube, but that seems irrelevant) has an open back and a 1/4" jack that the speaker plugs into, so no solid connections and I could do exactly what you want to do.

So it's possible. It just depends on the way your amp is wired/and if the speaker, cab have matching impedance.
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