#2
I think it would give a huge blow...
It's not good for the amp but it doesn't always blow up something
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#3
Guys a retard. The output transformer needs the resistance from the cab otherwise it overloads and blows.
#4
Quote by JaGi
Guys a retard. The output transformer needs the resistance from the cab otherwise it overloads and blows.


I agree with this post.
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#5
Quote by JaGi
Guys a retard. The output transformer needs the resistance from the cab otherwise it overloads and blows.


Yep.

You'd start off with nothing, then a sickly smell of an electrical fire, and everything bloes out. Oh, and then the sobs and tears come.
#6
Is it really worth risking?

There must be a reason that you're warned not to do it, so why try it?
#7
There are alot of "experts" that dont know a whole lot. I guess in theory it wont be an issue if your not sending signal thru the amp. But I dont plan to try it with my amp to soon. Maybe the expert can do a video of him doing it to his first.
#8
Quote by Tackleberry
There are alot of "experts" that dont know a whole lot. I guess in theory it wont be an issue if your not sending signal thru the amp. But I dont plan to try it with my amp to soon. Maybe the expert can do a video of him doing it to his first.


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