#1
Marshall ValveState Head 8100

I haven't got a cabinet for it. And I was wondering whether it would be worth buying one.

At the moment I have a Vox ad50vt.

I know it's quite an old model, i think, but yeah. Thanks.
#3
Quote by guitaristd
plug it into the vox speaker
or borrow a friends cab


Would that work?

I don't really wanna blow it, cause then i'll be left with with my 10watt mg...
#4
Quote by turbulenced

I don't really wanna blow it, cause then i'll be left with with my 10watt mg...


if that happens...... unplugged ftw!!
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#10
go for it just don't crank the marshall up a rediculous amount
but you should be able to get a loud not ears bleeding loud sound without messing anything up.
if you like that sound then look into a cab
is the marshall gonna replace the vox?
#11
I haven't a clue.

Sorry if this sounds really noobish. But where would i plug it into... the imput?
#13
the head is 100w. you'll blow your speaker
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#14
Quote by guitaristd
go for it just don't crank the marshall up a rediculous amount
but you should be able to get a loud not ears bleeding loud sound without messing anything up.
if you like that sound then look into a cab
is the marshall gonna replace the vox?


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#15
You could use the Vox speaker at lower volumes but it still may blow the speaker. One transient peak and its all over. Remember RMS (Root Mean Square) output (the rating of the Marshall) is an average measure of output, but it may have a PPR (Peak Power Rating) of 150 watts or more. That occassional 150 watt spike could kill the speaker.