a half stack is an amplifier head and 1 4X12 cabinet. A full stack is an amp head and 2 cabinets.
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it doesnt matter the dimensions... it means that half stack is one cab and full stack is 2 or more cabs
Don't see why not, but you'd need to be playing some pretty big gigs before a halfstack becomes insufficiant, especially with a decent PA in the venue. You'd never need to use more than one cabinet at home or in the studio.
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I'm looking at getting a dsl50 head, but i'm only looking at getting a marshall 1912 cabinet. will this work ok with it?
It'll do.
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^^ what's the speaker in the 1912, a gt12-75? assuming it is, it should be ok.
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