#1
this has probly been asked about a million times before,

but what exactly is the point in having a 100 watt head on a full stack, when you could have it on a half stack

please dont attack me
#2
It's louder.
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#3
but i thought if you had 1 cab you had 100 watts goin through 1 cab

and if you had 2 you had 100 watts goin through 2, ie 50 through each. am i wrong?

("yes" isnt a good enough answer.)
#4
no it's a tiny bit louder, (not much) because you basically have 2 times 100W, but it isn't that much louder, but it feels so, because it moves around more air. If you get what I mean.

It's not all that important, considering the fact that instead of buying a cab you can upgrade guitar or something else instead
#5
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no it's a tiny bit louder, (not much) because you basically have 2 times 100W, but it isn't that much louder, but it feels so, because it moves around more air. If you get what I mean.

It's not all that important, considering the fact that instead of buying a cab you can upgrade guitar or something else instead


It wouldn't be 2 times 100 watts. That would make it as loud as a 200 watt amp. They seem louder because there is more air moving.
#6
I meant two different 100W outputs, I got it right if you read the rest
#7
It's not louder, it just sounds louder. . .


stole that from someones sig. . .
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