#1
hey,
im just wondering if i got a different make cab like fender or vox etc.. to go with my marshall TSL 60, how could it sound? or should i get the marshall cab its suppose to come with?

thanks
#4
not to be a dick, but you'd probably find better answers there.
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#5
Quote by JimmydeGL
not to be a dick, but you'd probably find better answers there.



no prob man,its when people use sarcasm to make their point clear pisses me off ya know
#6
A different cab will give you a different sound. Your rig will still sound like a Marshall TSL, only different. Whether it's a good or bad different, I can't say for sure. You really have to try them out. But I can't imagine a quality cab of any kind would sound bad.
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#7
Quote by Crunchmeister
A different cab will give you a different sound. Your rig will still sound like a Marshall TSL, only different. Whether it's a good or bad different, I can't say for sure. You really have to try them out. But I can't imagine a quality cab of any kind would sound bad.



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#8
Its kind of like a mp3 player. With better headphones, you can get more defined sound.



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#9
Quote by furlong2669
how about stick your sarcasm up your hole


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