#1
I want to buy a tube head and play it through my solid state combo. Using my combo as a cab. Is that possible?
#3
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#4
unsolder what?
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#5
He may not have to I'm running my 6505+ through my MG's 2x12 and all I had to do was unplug the speakers and plug them into the head.
#6
Well make sure the 'cab' can handle it.
And I would think that you attach a jack to the positive/ negative wires that run to the speaker.

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#7
It should be, you would have to make sure that the wattage for the head doesn't exceed the combo's.

Your best bet would probably be to just buy a cab if you're going to do anything like that.

I would recommend to just use your combo, or buy a full half stack if you feel like you have to, but your combo will most likely be more than enough for any gig you would do.
#8
unsolder the wires from your amp in the combo and solder the wires from the head into the speakers
but just get a half stack.
i wouldnt **** with it if i were you man.