#2
you mean you have a peavey cab?
in that case yes you can.
and it will sound like a tube amp.
if your trying to hook an amp to an amp i dont know what the hell your trying to do.
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^ No he means a Peavy SS. Anyway, I'm not sure. Can't you like damage the both the head and the amp because of the wattage difference, etc? You're best off getting a cab for the head instead of running it through a SS.
#4
If you plug an amp head into the guitar input of another amp, the second amp will explode. It's built to process the signal of a guitar, equivalent to approximately ZERO WATTS. If you send in a processed signal from a tube amp, the thing is going to be ridiculously overloaded, and then go boom.
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If you plug an amp head into the guitar input of another amp, the second amp will explode. It's built to process the signal of a guitar, equivalent to approximately ZERO WATTS. If you send in a processed signal from a tube amp, the thing is going to be ridiculously overloaded, and then go boom.


However, he could plug straight into the speaker if the necessary connections are there.
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#7
I remember plugging a Fender amp into a Marshall back in the 70's - it worked fine? I believe I ran from line out into the input on the front of the Marshall... or was I high? Isn't that "SLAVING" an amp?
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Quote by Danno13
If you plug an amp head into the guitar input of another amp, the second amp will explode. It's built to process the signal of a guitar, equivalent to approximately ZERO WATTS. If you send in a processed signal from a tube amp, the thing is going to be ridiculously overloaded, and then go boom.

that would kinda suck, looks like it's still solid state for me
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I remember plugging a Fender amp into a Marshall back in the 70's - it worked fine? I believe I ran from line out into the input on the front of the Marshall... or was I high? Isn't that "SLAVING" an amp?


thats right, i run a marshall through my bass amp with no probs.
#10
A friend of mine ran his Marshall head through my SS amp once. It was fine. I still use it to this day.
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#11
What? There are Tube and SS cabs?

Well, I thought I was quite 'up' on my gear knowledge but this is news to me.

I thought perhaps speakers could be designed to work better with either tube or SS amps, but cabs with tubes?

Is this even what this thread is about, or am I going fooking crazy?
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What? There are Tube and SS cabs?

Well, I thought I was quite 'up' on my gear knowledge but this is news to me.

I thought perhaps speakers could be designed to work better with either tube or SS amps, but cabs with tubes?

Is this even what this thread is about, or am I going fooking crazy?

you're going fooking crazy, i was asking if i could hook up a tube head to my solid state combo, but thanks for the input
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I remember plugging a Fender amp into a Marshall back in the 70's - it worked fine? I believe I ran from line out into the input on the front of the Marshall... or was I high? Isn't that "SLAVING" an amp?


The line out is very low power also (it's what you'd use if you wanted to record something on your computer or whatever).

The tube head will blow the second amp up. Don't do it.
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