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Pls. School me on extension cabinets

FF71

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I've always been combo user, but now I'm contemplating on maybe using a separate cab for my Pro Jr combo. How do I connect it to a separate cab?

Also, how do I run both Pro Jr and Blues Jr. ( or two other amps) together at the same time?

Sorry, if this is a "beginner question". Thanks.

:)
 

pbmw

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To use an ext cab, either unplug the speaker in your combo and plug in the ext cab or if you have an ext jack, plug it in. pay attention to the impedance.
To use two amps, You need an ABY box. That will get you either/or.
 

teleman1

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Check the ohm output on the amp before you connect a speaker. Have a cab bigger than the amp combo. Stay away from particle board.
 

B Money

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if you've always been a combo user, this may be new information to you:
You should always have a speaker (or dummy load) connected to your amp when your running it. I think it's ok to leave the amp in standby without have a speaker or load connected.
Also, as already mentioned, make sure that impedance of your speaker cab is equal to, or greater than the speaker jack on your amp.
 






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