#1
hey guys i was thinking of replacing the speaker in my marshall mg100dfx that i dont use anymore with a bass amp speaker so i can run a keyboard/organ/bass through it. how doable is this? in other words, how well will this work and whats the best way to do it?
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#2
Don't take me 100% but I believe bass amps require much more power to run. So I don't know how logical it would be to put one in there.
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#3
what if i only ran the keyboard through it...that would work right? i mean jon lord ran a hammond b3 through a marshall stack with normal speakers
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#4
It's totally do-able, wattage won't matter (unless you underpower it, but that's not likely) - it's impedance that matters. Just get one that matches the existing speaker.

Try to find a bass speaker that has a decent frequency range so you don't lose too much of your high's.
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#5
could i at some point put the original speaker back in witout any problems?
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#6
i actually play bass through an old valvestate which i dont need. It hasnt damaged the sound and teh gain sounds kick ass.