#1
Yea, I was just wondering if it was possible to add an output that could connect to a cab from a combo amp? I absolutely love how my combo amp sounds, I just want to be able to hook it up to a cab so I can use it while jamming with the band. Can it be done? and if so, is it a tedious process? Thanks.
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#2
theres usually a cab output on a combo... what wattage is the combo?
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#4
don't attach a cab into the headphone jack...
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#5
shouldnt be to hard, just splitting the wire comming from the amp that goes to the speaker and adding a 1/4th jack
#6
it's got 2 speakers, it's a 120 watt combo
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#8
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What are the impedence of the speaker?


Not sure, how does one tell?
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#11
It's a Rogue RG120R....yea, believe it or not, this thing has a monstrous tone with the right guitar.
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#12
Ok, I can see from pics that they're wired in parallel. Just look on the back of the speakers for an ohm reading. It could be 16, 8, or less likely, 4. I'm guessing 16.
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#13
It doesn't specify, why exactly do you need to know?
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