#1
Would an external cab for a Blues Junior give me more headroom or more volume for club and bar sized gigs?

Or is it better to just get a bigger amp?

I would go bigger but it seems with the Blues Junior it would be possible to use it in the house and for small jams, and if I need any more for say an auditorium or club then I could get some nice cabs for it, the sound would also be spread out.

Anyone try this idea? Would it work fine?
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#2
Not more headroom, but better sound dispersion.
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It wouldnt "be" louder, but it would Sound louder, so I dont see why not, If you like those get a hot rod. 4x10 or 2x12. Alot of people love those.
#4
Thanks for the advice, so I suppose if the sound is more spread out i'd need to turn it up less and that might give more headroom.

Anywho I might just go with the 2x12 or something like you mentioned.
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#5
im thinking of building a 2x12 or just a 1x12 to stack under the Blues Junior. I want a fuller sound
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