#1
Sorry, I dont know much about amps, but does a cabinet need a head to work?
Cause I'm wanting to buy a new amp, and I don't know if I would need to get a head along with a cabinet.
I was looking at the orange 2x12's in particular. Also how much does one of these go for?
#2
Yes, the head is what actually amplifies the signal, the cab just lets the sound out.
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#4
It needs a power amp of somekind, doesn't have to be a head or rack users would be screwed
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#5
A cabinet is just a wooden box with speakers inside it.
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