#1
ok so im getting either a jsx 2X12 combo or a 6505 2X12 combo, either way i need a another 2X12 extension cab for gigs so when ever i practise i dont have to lug around a 4X12 and a head :P IM SMRT

for the 6505 what cab would you sugeest to go with the sheffeilds, im not taking them out too much time and money.

as for the jsx, what 2X12 cab would be good for it.

jsx- http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Peavey-JSX-212-Joe-Satriani-Combo-Amp?sku=481441

6505- http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Peavey-6505-212-Combo-2x12-Guitar-Amp?sku=481433

this would help a million.
#2
I really don't think a 2x12 combo plus a 2x12 cab is necessary...mabye I just don't get your reasoning. If you're trying to get a 4x12 sound out of two 2x12's, you're going to be a little dissapointed. Most 4x12's are deeper, larger, and baffled in such a way as to produce more bass that two 2x12's can't cop.
#3
Won't a 2x12 extension cab cancel out the internal speakers?

Meaning that you're replacing a 2x12 with a 2x12
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#4
really? i didnt know that, then i should just get a 4X12 for gigs then use the 2x12 for band practise and home stuff/recording??
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really? i didnt know that, then i should just get a 4X12 for gigs then use the 2x12 for band practise and home stuff/recording??


Why won't you just use the 2x12 for gigs? You're probably gonna be miced anyway.
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#6
Or, just buy a JSX head and cab. They weigh less than the combo does.
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Won't a 2x12 extension cab cancel out the internal speakers?

Yup, exactly.

My 5150 combo was modded in some way to not turn off the internal speaker, but without that, it should turn off.

Just go with FLCLcowdude's answer and buy the head and a cab, no point in the combo if you're going to be running it through a cab all the time anyway. Plus it'll be a lot easier to carry around.
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