#1
Hello everyone!

I just got a marshall jcm 2000 dsl 100 half stack and im not to familiar with the hook ups. i know ur suppose to keep the impedence settings the same with the head and cabinet...

But which is better....to have it on 4 ohms or 8 ohm or 16 ohms? any input would be helpful. thanx
#2
it doesn't matter, so long as you match them. They are just there to give you more versatiliy with using other cabs.
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#3
If the cab's input is 8ohms...set the head to 8ohms. Thats really about it untill you start mixing and matching different cabs.
#4
dude nice choice of amp
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Epiphone Les Paul Standard
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Effects:
Vox Clyde McCoy Wah
#6
how much did that set you back
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#7
honestly not as much as i thought!....i went to guitar center....they had the package for $1950.00 and thats what i like about GC is that u can bargain with them....its not like the website where that is the final price....so i got them to go down to $1600 out the door... and i sold them a guitar for $600 so in essence it just set me back a $1000 bones...not bad for a JCM right..

now i gots to experiment! anybody have an settings suggestion?

I would like a metal tone as well as a henry garza from los lonely boys tone...i know he uses a tube screamer.
#8
nice deal
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