#2
One has two twelve inch speakers, and one has four ten inch speakers :P.
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#4
the four 10 inch speakers one due to the better response
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#5
I would buy the 2x12", because it's cheaper, lighter, probably the same volume, and I prefer to have 12" speakers.

Just personal preference, you probably wouldn't notice much of a difference between the two amps.
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#6
Half stacks give you more of a rock sound than speakers in a combo amp. I don't know why I just know that you get a rockier sound. And it's usually louder especially if you got tubes behind it.
#7
Quote by Phat Stud 55
Half stacks give you more of a rock sound than speakers in a combo amp. I don't know why I just know that you get a rockier sound. And it's usually louder especially if you got tubes behind it.


I personally believe that this isn't true. I own a Valve Junior Combo, and I sometimes run it as a half stack through a 4x12" cabinet. The 4x12" sounds better because it has 12" speakers which are of better quality than the one in my Epiphone, but that's about it. 12" speakers sound the same, whether in half stack form or in combo form. Keep in mind though, that half stacks will have a different tone due to the fact that they're closed-back cabinets (usually) but that's just sound preference. It's not all that noticeable.
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Epiphone Les Paul Standard Plain-top
Basswood Telecaster, 2 single-sized HB's, both split.
Epiphone Valve Junior
B-52 AT-412 Cabinet
Oh, and I have a Squier VM Jazz Bass too.
#9
ok... basically a 12" will give you better bass response, and a 10" has more emphasis on the mids and trebles

those huge marshall stacks that slash plays are 12"'s
a lot of alt. bands/blues use 10's
#10
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anyone kno a footswitch that would work for for the amp>?

Doesn't it come with one?
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Fender American Deluxe HSS Strat
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Bad Cat Cougar 5
1957 Gibson GA-5
Ceriatone 18w TMB Combo
Hughes & Kettner Tube Factor
Various Ibanez TS9s
Weber MASS Attenuator