#1
for what reason i want to have an extension to my combo...i reall ycouldnt tell you. but what would happen if i added a 4X12 cab to my combo?
what would happen if i added a 2x12 instead?
if it would work to add a whole 4x12 cab that would be awesom ebecause when i get enough money for a head in the future id already have a cab.
#2
So long as you match the cabs to the combo correctly, more speakers = more air shifted = louder.

150W through four 12" speakers can go louder than 150W through two 12" speakers.
#4
lets see what good cab could i get for liek hopefully 300 or 400. oh crap do tube amps and SS amps need different cabs?
#5
^ No, as there isn't anything in the cab except speakers and a speaker cable. But there is a spectrum of quality in the world of cabs. Celestion, Fane and Eminence speakers are good; and you would need to decide whether you want an open-, partially open- or closed-back; and slanted or straight etc.

Though if you're using a Spider amp, maybe don't bother. Just get a better amp.
#6
my plan is to use the spider until i can afford a nice head (the tones arent bad now thanks to my pod) because the way i blow money there is noooo way ill ever have enough to get both at the same time so this way i'll already have the cab. if i gig befor ei get a new amp so be it ill use the spider, but when i get a head that snice ill just hook it up and use the spider for practice only.
so what cab could i use on my spider 150 watt SS and then also use on [hopefully] a B-52 100Watt Tube head?
#7
Plugging a cab into the combo will most likely turn the internal speakers off, meaning you wouldn't get to use the 2 speakers in it.
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#8
really? ar eyou sure man im not talking about direct out's that mute everything im talking about the plugs in the bag that specifically say "extension CAB output"
#9
Yes, quite sure. Most combos with speaker outs turn off the internal speaker when plugged into another cab.

Some don't though, I'd try it out before hand.
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#10
I used to use a dsl401 combo with a 1960 cab. It was the best decision i ever made because then i save for a good head, but i can still use the cab. The cab made all the difference with my 401 and now with the head my setup is complete. Get a good cab though, don't stinge. Speakers are very important to your sound. A 2x12 can go with a head too, so it depends on your situation with money and transportation.
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#11
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I used to use a dsl401 combo with a 1960 cab. It was the best decision i ever made because then i save for a good head, but i can still use the cab. The cab made all the difference with my 401 and now with the head my setup is complete. Get a good cab though, don't stinge. Speakers are very important to your sound. A 2x12 can go with a head too, so it depends on your situation with money and transportation.



2*12s are regularly recommended on here, because they sound almost the same as a 4*12, are cheaper, and more wieldy when you are gigging. Check out avatarspeakers.com for cheap speaker cabs with nice speakers in them.