#1
Hey guys,

I own a Marshall TSL601 combo, and are looking at getting a quadbox for it in the near future. My question is this:

How much does the brand/speakers of the quadbox effect your overall tone?

Is there really much difference between say: (other than the line 6 being half the price price)

A Marshall 1960a 300w cab
http://guitarparadise.com.au/index.php?module=Website&action=Product&content=1103329772296-4281&parentContent=1101355771656-9573

An a Line 6 Spider mk2 cab
http://guitarparadise.com.au/index.php?module=Website&action=Product&content=1103329772296-4281&parentContent=1101355771656-9573
#2
your speakers are very important. if you start extremely well (good head) and then run it through crap speakers it'll sound bad.
you get what you pay for most of the times and you already have a marshall, so i say get the marshall.

you got the same links up btw.
#3
Quote by The red Strat.
your speakers are very important. if you start extremely well (good head) and then run it through crap speakers it'll sound bad.
you get what you pay for most of the times and you already have a marshall, so i say get the marshall.

you got the same links up btw.



Yeh, go with the Marshall.
#4
go to billy hyde for the cab. I think they still have the 1960A for $999. Ask at your local store!
#5
If you need a really cheap 4x12 then look into B-52. They have decent speakers but the cab design is really good. With say, Celestion V-30's in a B-52 cab, you'd have one hell of a setup.
Avatar and Carvin sell some very affordably priced 4x12 cabs as well.

Unless you need all 280-300watts I would look into a good 2x12. They're lighter, more focused, and cheaper, you would probably be better off that way.

A $400 2x12 > a $400 4x12
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#6
Quote by MESAexplorer
If you need a really cheap 4x12 then look into B-52. They have decent speakers but the cab design is really good. With say, Celestion V-30's in a B-52 cab, you'd have one hell of a setup.
Avatar and Carvin sell some very affordably priced 4x12 cabs as well.

Unless you need all 280-300watts I would look into a good 2x12. They're lighter, more focused, and cheaper, you would probably be better off that way.

A $400 2x12 > a $400 4x12


I agree no end