#1
The speaker(cab) doesn't have to be the same brand as the amp am I right?

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#2
The speaker cabinet must be able to handle the wattage of the amp (preferably the cab will have a higher rating than the amp) and the impedance (ohms) of both should match. Other than those two it really doesn't matter.
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#3
^ +1

now... some styles of speakers and cabinet construction etc. will suit some amps better than others. so that's worth bearing in mind, too. But yeah, as long as the wattage of the speakers is high enough and the overall impedance of the cabinet matches a possible impedance setting on your amp, it'll "work".
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