#1
ok well i have 2 old speakers from a stero that broke.
the backs says 8 OHMs and my amp i s 8 as well.
is there any way i cann connect these to my amp and have like 3 speakers??

they are samll, but just thought it would be kinda cool.
they are just standard CD/Radio speakers
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#2
hifi speakers are not the same frequencies as guitar speaker, but in theory it should work.

Just make sure the resistances are matched up correctly.

For example, 3-8 ohm speakers in series is 24 ohms, way too high. 2-8 ohms in parallel is 4 ohms (I think)

Otherwise you can do damage.
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#3
ok well how would i go about do this?
im a complete noob at this.
whats parallel? series?
sorry guys.
Fender MIA Standard Strat
ESP LTD Viper 407
Epiphone SG
Starcaster by Fender(modded with Bill Lawrence l-500-xl)
PEAVEY 6505+ (FJA transistor modd)
Peavey 65 watt transtube studio-112
Marshall 1960AV
Vader 2x12
ISP Decimator
MXR 10 band EQ
#4
anyone?
Fender MIA Standard Strat
ESP LTD Viper 407
Epiphone SG
Starcaster by Fender(modded with Bill Lawrence l-500-xl)
PEAVEY 6505+ (FJA transistor modd)
Peavey 65 watt transtube studio-112
Marshall 1960AV
Vader 2x12
ISP Decimator
MXR 10 band EQ
#5
could i just atttch a 1/4 jack onto the end of the speaker wire, and put that in the extension cabinet jack on my amp?
Fender MIA Standard Strat
ESP LTD Viper 407
Epiphone SG
Starcaster by Fender(modded with Bill Lawrence l-500-xl)
PEAVEY 6505+ (FJA transistor modd)
Peavey 65 watt transtube studio-112
Marshall 1960AV
Vader 2x12
ISP Decimator
MXR 10 band EQ