#1
I thought I seen someone on youtube playing through an amp head but no cab. is this possible??
#2
Its possible, but you wont get any sound and you'll blow the tubes.
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#3
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Its possible, but you wont get any sound and you'll blow the tubes.



I think youd blow more then just your tubes. if ou try to play a head without a cab or any load you can and prolly will seriously f*ck it up
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#4
maybe it was just a funny shaped combo amp
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#6
if you turn on an amp without a cab or loudspeaker it will blow the output transformer.
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#8
Actually, the tubes would be fine. The output tranny would suffer slightly, though.

And there's no reason you have to have the amp head sitting on the cab. Mine doesn't.
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#9
You cant play one without a cab or else.



The guy probably had the cab off to the side.
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