#1
Alright I know that amp doesn't have a speaker out, but I've heard you can modify one to have it. I've recently purchased a 4x12 as I want to use it as a head until I get a proper one. Google hasn't helped finding a guide for this, an I thought it would be nice to create a definitive guide on this process so people in the future can learn how to do this. That being said, I still have no idea how to do it... So if anyone knows how, could they please share? Thanks so much!
#2
Take the two wires that go out to the speaker and cut them. Solder a 1/4" jack onto each pair of ends (i.e., one onto the two coming from the amp, one onto the two now going to the speakers), and (ideally; not strictly necessary) anchor them somewhere on the cab. When you want to use the combo speakers, use a 1/4" speaker cable to connect those two jacks to each other. When you want to use an external cab, connect your speaker cable to the "out" you just created and plug it into the cab. Easy!
#4
If you can't follow those directions then maybe you shouldn't be doing this.

Take that set of two wires going to the speakers and snip it. Put a 1/4" jack on each side by attaching one white and one black wire to each pad on the jack. You are done.

If you can't do that, find someone who has soldered or done any sort of electical work before and have them do it.
#5
Quote by kylerjt
Could you be more specific? I'm a bit confused by the response, as well as the writing system itself

Also, here's a picture of the wiring in the back: http://imgur.com/VXpIeXq



I thought Roc8995 did an excellent job of explaining how to do this.

Here is a short video of what he is talking about. You don't need the wire obviously but the concept is the same.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B0acojlsf5M

Which I found here:

https://www.google.com/search?q=how+to+make+a+1%2F4%22+jack+out+of+speaker+wire&oq=how+to+make+a+1%2F4%22+jack+out+of+speaker+wire&aqs=chrome..69i57j0.16332j0&sourceid=chrome&espvd=210&es_sm=122&ie=UTF-8
#6
Sorry, I'm just a very visual person but thank you very much for that video, it helped me understand (in my mind) what exactly I need to do. Thank you both very much!
#7
Quote by Roc8995
If you can't follow those directions then maybe you shouldn't be doing this.

Take that set of two wires going to the speakers and snip it. Put a 1/4" jack on each side by attaching one white and one black wire to each pad on the jack. You are done.

If you can't do that, find someone who has soldered or done any sort of electical work before and have them do it.



+1. Unless you learned from the video, let someone else do it.

Also roc couldn't have described it mote simply. +1 to roc.

Good luck OP. also you need to know the proper impedance for the new speakers.
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#8
The impedance will match, the fender's speakers are 2 4-ohm's in series, and the new speaker is 8 ohms, so I should be good.