#1
OK, this may end up being RLY stupid, but here it is. So i have my spider III 150 212 amp. I like it and all, but let's say i wanted to upgrade to the spider valve. Now this idea just popped into my head and I have no intention of doing it, but, could I buy a spider valve head, and then use my spider III combo as a cabinet? would that be possible?

obviously, i'm a nub with halfstacks.

gracias
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#2
If your Spider III's speaker is plugged into a jack in the amp, and the speaker is the right impedance(Ohms), then you can plug it into the Spider Valve head's speaker out.

If the Spider III's speaker is hard-wired to the amp, it might not be worth it.
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If your Spider III's speaker is plugged into a jack in the amp, and the speaker is the right impedance(Ohms), then you can plug it into the Spider Valve head's speaker out.

If the Spider III's speaker is hard-wired to the amp, it might not be worth it.



yea, i figured it wouldn't be worth it, but i'm kinda in that trippy area between tired and awake and had a "woah...dude..." moment.

lol a combo amp situation would be better for me anyway...not that i will be able to afford or make use of a tube amp for probably another 4 years...unless i get seriously involved in a band...which i doubt i will
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