#2
itll work, but youll only get 60 watts of power coming form it
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#3
If you got an output on your amp, then yeah, sure.

Cabinets to very much work with combo amps.
1992 Gibson Explorer (Seymour Duncan '59 neck, Custom Custom bridge)
Jackson King V Professional Std. (Seymour Duncan Invaders)
Mesa/Boogie Nomad 55
Mesa/Boogie 412 Recto. O/S Cabinet
Boss ME-50
MXR 10-Band EQ
#5
your amp should have a line out in order for that to work, and its ohms should match the cabs ohms. i dont think it would work, because i doubt the cube60 can push out enough power to power all four speakers, i think u should look into 2x12 cabs instead, thats more likely to work
Gear

Johnson strat copy
epi les paul jr
epi les paul studio
Ibanez gax 75
crate 10 watt
crate fxt 120
danelectro honeytone
marshall 8200 bichorus
behringer 400watt cab
#6
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really???? what can i do to make it sound real loud??

buy a head that matches the watts of the cab.
or an amp that matches it
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#7
this is what my amp has:

Recording/Phones output, Line out, Tuner out, and Ext Speaker out
Output: 60W
Power Comsumption : 60w


can somebody find me a cabinet online that would work nicely with the amp?? so its liek REA REAL LOUD!! thnks
#8
...........we just told you. I just told you!
YOULL ONLY GET 60 WATTS OF OUTPUT FROM THAT AMP!
buy a ****ing head or a 100 watt amp to use as a head
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#9
I reccomend getting a Fender cabinet or just getting rid of the Roland cube and getting a Fender or a Marshall