#1
hey guys, i bought a really really old (like 11 year old) 4 x 10 cab from my guitar teacher for 30 bucks a while ago...

it's totally beat up as it seems to have played in every venue ever and thrown in the back of a pickup truck. When i got it, he pulled it out of the pickup truck's bed face down while it was lightly raining.. the corners are all ripped up and it's got weird stains all over it.

anyways.. i know it's a peavey, but other than that, everything is scratched off, like if there were any ohm ratings on it...

my question is, is there a way to find out what the ohm rating is?

i'm not afraid of opening it up and seeing how it's wired and through what speakers if needed, but would that help find it out?

thanks guys
My Guitars:
Gibson Les Paul Studio
Epiphone AJ
Ibanez Strat Copy

Amps:
Orange Tiny Terror Head
Old beaten up Peavey cab
Marshall MG30DFX
#2
Plug a short speaker cable in the input and get a multimeter to measure ohms. Then touch one lead to the tip and one lead to the collar of the cable and you should have it.
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#3
Do you know anyone with a DMM....

Digital Multi Meter... or an analog multi meter will work but it will be harder to read

If you do they can just hook it up and get the resistance value of the cab.
#4
i actually think i might have a DMM..

if so then i'm in luck!
My Guitars:
Gibson Les Paul Studio
Epiphone AJ
Ibanez Strat Copy

Amps:
Orange Tiny Terror Head
Old beaten up Peavey cab
Marshall MG30DFX
#5
Yup... that's the best way.

It's always great to have one on hand even if you don't use it often. It's a great tool.