#1
i want to buy a peavey supreme xl or a peavey windsor, but i dont want a cab, becuase they have to be shipped to mexico an thats a lot of money, so can i just use the head?
and how does this affect my live sound, as the heads are 120 and 100 watts?

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Peavey-Supreme-XL-Guitar-Amp-Head?sku=481395

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Peavey-Windsor-Tube-Amp-Head?sku=481331
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#2
No, heads don't have speakers. Running one without a cab will blow your output transformer, a very pricey part. The higher wattage will give you a higher max volume and higher clean headroom.
#3
No cab = No sound

Cabinets house the speakers for the head. No speakers, no sound output.
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#7
and how do ohms affect, if used a 8ohm head in a 16ohm cab will something happen?
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#8
On the manual for my el diablo it says not to use without a speaker. So mine's just lying on the floor till i can afford a speaker
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#10
Impedance ratings should always be matched, although it's OK to have the cab rated higher than the head- you won't get the best tone and volume, though. With the wattage, the cab should always be above the head.