#1
so i can either buy the line6 hd 147 amp head with a footswitch(used) ...


or get a podxt(used) and get all the addons and footswitch

i will be playing live and with after the summer so think i will need the amp head
but can i connect it to my marshall dsl-401 and use the combo as a Cabinet?


Genre: Progressive/instrumental/power Metal, rock, Jazz-Fusion
Guitars:
Gibson Les Paul Studio
Parker Nitefly with SD Hotrails and JB Two Tone

Amp
Marshall dsl 401

Effect:
Boss DD-6
EHX Big Muff
#2
I don't think there's anyway of using a combo as a cabinet.
Well not from what I've personally seen anyway.
And do you really need a half-stack/stack?
#3
Quote by Moe.
I don't think there's anyway of using a combo as a cabinet.
Well not from what I've personally seen anyway.
And do you really need a half-stack/stack?


Well, you could, if you... I don't know, unplug the speaker outputs and plug those into the HD147.

Most combos can do that.

They don't make an HD147 combo so I reckon he would.
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#4
Quote by bc-rich-lover
so i can either buy the line6 hd 147 amp head with a footswitch(used) ...


or get a podxt(used) and get all the addons and footswitch

i will be playing live and with after the summer so think i will need the amp head
but can i connect it to my marshall dsl-401 and use the combo as a Cabinet?


Genre: Progressive/instrumental/power Metal, rock, Jazz-Fusion


I would pick the hd147 over the pod. The hd is a pretty nice rig... Also why the hd and not a tube amp?

And yes you can hook it up to a cab, most have plug in connection just like its connected to a head. So you just un plug the speaker and plug it into the head. If it doesnt you can disconnect it and maker your own 1/4 inch connector setup.