#3
But it can't be a weak combo. I tried it with a DFX15 Marshall, no good.
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#5
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is it possible and how can it be done.

depends what amp you are using. most fender tube amps' speakers are connected by a 1/4 inch jack. so, you could just unplug it and plug it into your cab if the amp itself does not have an external speaker output. many other amps can do that too (epiphone, crate). hope this helped.
#6
Quote by player o slayer
is it possible and how can it be done.

depends what amp you are using. most fender tube amps' speakers are connected by a 1/4 inch jack. so, you could just unplug it and plug it into your cab if the amp itself does not have an external speaker output. many other amps can do that too (epiphone, crate). i find it ideal to disconnect the speaker and plug the cab into the speaker slot because if you don't, you get a mix of two different speaker personalities (like how fender uses jensens and marshall uses celestions).

CAUTION!!!
MAKE SURE YOU MATCH THE IMPEDENCE! If the amp impedence is rated for 8 OHMs, do not use a rated 4 OHM cab. however, is the amp's impedence is rated 4 OHMs, it can be plugged into an 8 or 16 OHM cab.

Cheers!
#8
make sure the speaker is more than enough watts, check the ohms like said.

and if you dont have the input already, then you;ll need to disconnect the speaker from the combo's guts, and add your own input jack.

Jenneh

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