#1
Is there a way to stack 2 combo amps? If so, please list how! Starting shows soon, and I want to know if I can combine these two amps:

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Peavey-MAX-110-Bass-Combo?sku=481447



and

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Fender-Rumble-100-Bass-Combo?sku=480721



AND if possible, if I bought a cabinet such as
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Ashdown-MAG-410T-4X10-Deep-Bass-Cabinet-with-Tweeter?sku=605032



, could I hook it up to one of these, pref the fender? Ty!
Last edited by metalcore123 at Mar 8, 2008,
#3
i think youd have to take it apart and like rewire everything to make an output. unless your combo already has an output. if so , you can probly do it. i dont really know though.
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#6
a friend of mine has a mixer thing
we sometimes run the guitars through it and have two combo amps as a left and right out
#7
you can have a footswitch A/B ...atleast for guitar...idk about bass...
and If one of those has a speaker out you can put that cab on it...sure...
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#9
I've not tried, but I THINK you can use the effects loop out from the Fender and run it to the input of the Peavey and do what you're saying. But you can't hook up a cab to either of those.

EDIT: Using an A/B box will work. You can get specs to build one online or buy one at your GC or some music shop.
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#10
yes, you can. to stack them you'll have to remove the handle on the bottom amp, or it will not set level. but by using the pre-amp out of one amp, to the main input of the second amp, it will work. you can add a third cab, using aux speaker out of the second amp.
hope this makes sense.
#11
lespaulstudio,

you seem to know a lot about this stuff, so would the fender be able to play through a 450W cab?

here are the fender stats

Fender Rumble 100 Bass Combo Features:

* Ported bass design
* 100W
* 15" special driver and piezo horn
* Carpet-covered cab
* Oversized corners
* Metal grille
* 4-band EQ
* Mid scoop switch
* Effects loop
* XLR line out
* CD input
* 4-band EQ

and here are the peavey

Peavey MAX 110 Bass Combo Features:

* 20W RMS
* 10" speaker
* DDT speaker protection
* Gain control
* Max/Modern/Vintage voicing switch with patented TransTube tube emulation circuitry
* Low, Mid, Mid Shift and High semi-parametric EQ
* Post-EQ effects loop
* CD input
* Master volume control
* Tuned, ported enclosure with exclusive dual
* Headphone jack


just wanna make sure before I spend another $280 on the cabinet. If I can hook the cabinet up to the fender, then I dont need the peavey, just there for a little extra power if the cabinet is a no-go.
#12
No, you can not hook up the cab to the Fender without breaking in and rewiring stuff. Even then, it'd be useless, sending 100w to a cab that wants 450w.
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#13
the fender was an XLR out?
then yes, i think you can do it.
you need a different kind of cable though.

its pointless though, 100 watts going into a cab that supports 450w is kinda dumb.

go ahead though.
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#14
You could rig up the line out of one of the effects loops into the effects rturn of the other, though I am not sure if that will keep the first one going at the same time.
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#16
metalcore123 , this will only work if the Fender has a pre-amped out, such as a tuner out, or effects send, or an XLR pre-amped out. but to be honest. adding another cab to a small 100w amp is not worth $280. and a 20watt, 1x10 combo will hurt, more than it will help. i suggest you wait, and save your money. start shopping for a good used "better" amp rig. when you find it, sell the Fender, and the Peavey and throw all your money at a new rig.