is it better to not mix and match brands if you buy a GK head and some other type of cab or would it sound better being a uniform brand kind of a stupid question but idk
well I'm not talking like technical difficulties more like is there a head cab combo that sounds the best?
An example would be Troy Sanders. He uses Ampeg heads and Mesa cabs....and, according to the MESA website promo he did, he shaves his balls.
The stack I play through at church is a GK head with two Fender cabs. It sounds great - has the GK tone with the solid feel of those Fender speakers.

Like Delirium said, as long as the specs fit, it's a matter of taste.
Les Claypool
Geddy Lee
Robert DeLeo


...Coincidence? I think not.
I have a GK head with a Peavey 410 and Yamaha 210.

It works perfectly fine.
Just make sure the head can match the cabs.
Same thing the other way around. You don't want your head too much more than your cabs.