#1
I'm looking for a smaller cab that I can use to power my future head at the moment, but alter on flop it over as a speaker for my singer. This will allow me to be efficient with my cash, which I cook so many fries to get.

So, I was looking at some Rocktron 1 x 12 trapezoid shape speaker. This thing is decently cheap, and looks awesome.

Any suggestions/opinions?

Thanks in advance guys.

I want this thing to be completely unbiased towards genre, flat sound if possible as it would be used for singing and the fact is that I attempt to play every genre that I can.
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#4
I don't quite understand - Do you want a cabinet/speaker to use for guitar and singing? Or do you want a cabinet in which you will swap speakers for something more vocal tempered?

I suppose you could use something like a keyboard speaker - they're recommended for modellers as they have a neutral tone, I'm not familiar with things like p.a. gear though.
#5
Righty...I want a speaker/cab that I can use for guitar at the moment, since i do not have the funds nor am I willing to buy my permanent cab yet. But at the same time I do not want something I'm going to toss out out after, and would like to use it for vocals.
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#6
Are you going to be using the guitar head to amplify the vocals? If so I wouldn't really recommend it.

If anything, I'd say go with a PA and then just run your effects through the board. Either that or get a bass cab.
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#7
My guitar amp sounds pretty damn awesome with a microphone, it's got a standard guitar speaker and everything.
#8
You need amp for a vocal mic? Jeez i'm such a newby bewby. I was thinking of using the amp head with the cab, then removing the head later to my better cab and using this one as a speaker for vocals only.
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#9
Uhhh yeah, you kinda need an amp to get any sound out of it. A cab doesn't power itself.
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#10
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Uhhh yeah, you kinda need an amp to get any sound out of it. A cab doesn't power itself.


lol Sorry I know it needed a power amp but does it need a pre-amp?
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