#1
i have a fender stage 1000, which as you may or may not know is a solid state amp. i really like my fender stage, but i'd like to add a cheap epiphone valve junior head just to have a tube amp. i'd like to know if it'd be possible to use my fender stage as a cab for the epiphone junior head. this is probably a dumb question, but i honestly dont know if i'd have the ability to do that.
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fender stage 1000
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#2
Check the jacks on the back.

If the Fender's speakers are connected with jacks, unplug those and plug your head into them.

Some amps have 'power amp IN" jacks. You could try those aswell, but I'm not too sure.
#3
^ yeah shouldn't be a problem.
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#4
yeah i just checked it out and it does have a "power amp in" jack in the back so i guess this should work then, thanks for the help.
fender nashville telecaster
epiphone les paul standard
yamaha eg 112
alvarez rf20sc
fender stage 1000
brownsville wah