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i'm completley uninformed about half/full stack amps. my question is that my current halfstack has an 8 ohm 4x12 cab rated at 120 watts and a 100watt head with two 4 ohm speaker jacks. first, could i use another 8 ohm cab to have a full stack? second could i use a head with 120 or more watts with my current cab ?

i have a marshall mgx half stack that does what i need for practice jamming and what not but i want to get a tube head for actually gigging out. i'm looking for a 2 channel amp with decent cleans and brutal distortion without having to use a pedal. i've been thinking about a valveking or a bugera 6262, will the valveking have the distortion i need and would either of these amps fry my current cab?
#2
Quote by jw3092
i'm completley uninformed about half/full stack amps. my question is that my current halfstack has an 8 ohm 4x12 cab rated at 120 watts and a 100watt head with two 4 ohm speaker jacks. first, could i use another 8 ohm cab to have a full stack? second could i use a head with 120 or more watts with my current cab ?

i have a marshall mgx half stack that does what i need for practice jamming and what not but i want to get a tube head for actually gigging out. i'm looking for a 2 channel amp with decent cleans and brutal distortion without having to use a pedal. i've been thinking about a valveking or a bugera 6262, will the valveking have the distortion i need and would either of these amps fry my current cab?

i noticed

but seriously as far as i know
you can plug the 4 ohm outputs into the cabs 8 ohm inputs, but there will be some loss in power and volume, so its not really suggested
and i wouldnt suggest a head with more than 120 watts, if you can find one even, it might blow out your speakers
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