#3
If your amp has an output for a cabinet, there shouldn't be a problem. Just make sure to match the speaker impedence.

About the tone, it will most likely sound much better.
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#4
i think as long as u have a Cab output on ur amp, idk if those do, then yea, u could power a cab. its gonna be louder, being run thru 3 12" instead of 1 12". and yea, with Vintage 30's, its gonna sound better.
#5
It will work, the impedences match up.

I wouldnt necessarily use that cab though, Vintage 30's arent really a great speaker choice for a Blues Junior, but you may like the tone.

Try it.
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#6
Yea, I didn't really mean that exact cab, just smething like it. But I think all I have is an input jack.
#7
http://www.carvin.com/products/single.php?ItemNumber=212E&CID=GA

This would probably be a better match than the V-30 loaded Fender Supersonic. This cab is more vintage voiced, and yet there are better cabs out there. You might want to look into one that is unloaded and put Jensen speakers in it for the true Fender tone.
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#10
I think I just have an input jack though. So is it impossible to attach a cab?
#11
nope theres an extension out.

look underneath the little panel which covers the tubes. theres an external speaker output.
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