#1
I'm using an original, with original Fender tubes, Blues Deville 410 with my current band. During practice the amp does just fine but live it needs a little bit more without running the volume up to the 8/9 area.

I understand it has an external speaker output for running an extension I believe, and is rated at 4 ohm (I could be wrong, haven't checked specs in a while). So my thoughts are using a 2x12 extension cabinet. A friend of mine has an unloaded pine cab that I'd just need to load some speakers in.

My question is that since I'm a complete novice to amp impedance, before I go destorying everything what impedence should I be looking for when loading 2 12" speakers in the cab to use with my 410? My understanding is to equal 8 ohm for the 410 to go into, but other opinions are valuable. So in other words; 2 12" speakers rated at 4 ohm each?

All help is appreciative and I apologize if this is a silly question but I just want to make sure everything will work correctly with my setup. And and specific speaker suggestions for this is also a plus. Thank you!
#2
First find out exactly what is needed load wise or you can destroy the OT. Is there an ohm's switch?
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#3
No load switch that I'm aware of. From what I'm reading the output is 4 ohm meaning it has 2 8 ohm speakers so I'd need a cabinet with 2 16 ohm speakers for an output of 8 ohm. Equalling a 4 ohm amp through an 8 ohm cabinet...does that sound correct?

I've never used a combo through a cabinet before, just standard guitar head through cabinet.
#4
The Deville is WAY loud on it's own and I'm not sure what the 4x10 ohm rating is so measure it first. The amp is good down to 2 ohm so not much chance of blowing it up. Personally I would point the amp at my head instead of my knees and mic it for large venues. Better coverage with less gear to drag around.

My rule of thumb: If they mic the drums, mic the amp.
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