#1
If you buy a head, do you need a cabinet in order to play it? I dont think so...
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#3
yes you do

i thought the very same exact thing when i was younger
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#4
well this is a stupid question. I mean if you had no cab how exactly do you plan on hearing it?
#5
its half way understandable, but an answer short of criticism, you need a cab
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#6
No offense, but you've been here for 3 years and are just asking this now?

EDIT: Okay, another noobish question. What about SS heads? With headphones? I've heard both yes and no (playing w/o a cab) but I'm not sure, and I've never actually tried it myself.
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#7
Well Ive always had like no money so I didnt even bother buying an amp (besides this real crappy one my friend gave me), cuz you can still practice and write and all that without one.
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#8
When I was younger I used a SS head with headphones or recording direct out with no cab and it never messed it up. Just dont do it with a tube amp.
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Okay, another noobish question. What about SS heads? With headphones? I've heard both yes and no (playing w/o a cab) but I'm not sure, and I've never actually tried it myself.

I think you can, as long as the head has a headphone out. I'm not 100% sure it's 100% safe, but I think it might be safe.
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