#1
Would it be alright to use a sub box as a speaker cabinet. The speakers I intend to use say they work in sealed or vented cabs so I figure the old sub box I have would work.
#4
^whats wrong with the sub box?

if u have a cab (in this case the sub box) that is sturdy and fits a guitar speaker (like 12") of course it will work. either closed or open back cabs, it should work...
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#8
It depends on the enclosure. Some sub boxes are 4th order or 6th order bandpass.
Usually very peaky in the lower bass region and almost nothing in the mids.
If the enclosure resembles one of the two below, I would expect poor results as a guitar cab.


4th order:




6th order:

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#9
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^what does that mean?


He should have asked: "Do you have a good amp head to back up the cabinet?"

Its better to have a good head and a ****ty cab than a good cab and a ****ty head.

Amp>Guitar>Cab IMO


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#10
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^what does that mean?

does he have a good head for the cab, i dont think i could have made it any clearer
#11
^i didn't know you meant head as in amp head hahaha. i was like... good head??? brilliant???
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