#1
so my friend is buying a 6505 this saterday

I asked him does he have access to a cab cos i know he'll be itching to play it and he said hes not buying a cab for a while yet.

He said he'll be putting it through his mates MG 4 x 12 ( ) lol

they're both 120 watts, i know your supposed to have1.5 times the wattage in the cabinet as in the head.

will he be alright?
I just dont want him blowing the crap outta his mates cab(no matter how crappy it is lol.)

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Jackson RR3 + Bill Lawrence L500XL

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Marshall 1960A 4 x 12
#3
^^ lol dude you've got nearly the same gear as me!

'cept ibanez......>.> nah jk

but we could make a stack with the A and B cabs
My Gear:
Jackson RR3 + Bill Lawrence L500XL

Sennheiser EW500 Wireless
T-bone EWS wireless
IbanezTS9
MXR 6Band EQ
Ibanez WD7
Decimator

Peavey VK100
Epiphone ValveJunior
Kustom Quad100DFX 2x12
MicroCube!
Marshall 1960A 4 x 12
#4
yea it would work, it wont sound as good as it should at high volumes, and the mg 4x12 isnt great to begin with, but it should get the job done
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Boss GE-7 Eq
Boss DS-1 distortion
Electro-Harmonix Big Muff
Boss CS-3 Compression
Digitech Whammy
Dunlop ZW-45 Zakk Wylde Signature wah
#5
Quote by ianguitargod
^^ lol dude you've got nearly the same gear as me!

'cept ibanez......>.> nah jk

but we could make a stack with the A and B cabs


Lol that is pretty funny and our sigs look the same for the most part...
#6
While the amp may say 120 watts, there's no telling how much wattage the amp is actually putting out at different volumes. Be a bit wary when cranking that thing, you might blow out the speakers.
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#7
As far as I know, the 120 watt rating of an amp is the maximum possibbly output that you could ever get from the amp (the "everything on 11" effect). The 120 watt rating of the cab is probably conservative. In my opinion, you'll be fine, even if you get to cranking it.
#8
Quote by the.spine.surfs
As far as I know, the 120 watt rating of an amp is the maximum possibbly output that you could ever get from the amp (the "everything on 11" effect). The 120 watt rating of the cab is probably conservative. In my opinion, you'll be fine, even if you get to cranking it.


+1

Don't worry about it, it'll be fine.
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