#1
Now that I know what amp im getting I want to know if later on in the future when I hopefully have a band could I just buy a cabinet and hook it up to my combo amp or would I have to buy a head and cabinet.
#2
Got a speaker out on it!?
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#4
Only if it has an external speaker jack.
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#6
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Is that a good idea? would it sound good?



If you find a cab that compliments the other speaker(s) and the amp. Then yeah.
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#7
it'll sound fine if you have a quality combo and cab
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#8
If the speakers in the combo amp don't sound right when everythings hooked up, you can always take the back plate off and remove the contacts from the speakers to unhook em'.
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1995 American Fender Strat, EMG 85 pup
Randall RH200 Head
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Woods Acoustic
-Bass Gear-
Spector Legend 4 bass
Washburn Bantam bass
Hartke HA2500
Fender Bassman 410H
Play what you love, love what you play
#9
Quote by D&DLover
Is that a good idea? would it sound good?



it's usually a better idea to get a good combo amp from the start.


usually, at the basic level, a combo is very small, not meant to drive a cab, not equipped with an external speaker out.

if you or the TS has a specific amp in mind, then feel free to let us know.

but don't buy a cab just to add to a combo.

a cab is going to spread out the sound, but not add to the watts being put out by the combo.
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