#1
I have a Randall RG75DG3 combo. Would I be able to connect that to a cabinet, like Randall RA412XC? Or wouldn't that work? Could I connect it with a Marshall or other brands cabinet?

Just wondering really:P
#2
Well, if it has a input for extra speakers and the cabinet has the right impedance, I guess you could!
#3
not with that amp
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#4
well I'm not sure if you can hook it up to a cabinet.. but I hooked my Behringer into a little Fender 15 watt and used them both like a stack and it worked great
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#5

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#6
You could provided it has a speaker output on the back.
BUT just know this only affects sound distribution, it will not make the amp louder