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I've tried it, and it worked well - exactly as you described.Does this affect the tone of the cab?
I was imagining it might act like a big port and make the one more full-bodied... kinda like a oversized cab?
I also removed one speaker from a 2x12 combo amp. I thought it made a big improvement in the tone. Also made the amp lighter! The amp did not use hard wired speaker leads. The internal speakers actually connected into the speaker out jacks on the back so removing a speaker caused no wiring issues. Give it a shot.I've tried it, and it worked well - exactly as you described.
I never used the cab at high volume though, so I can't comment on that. Certainly it was as loud as the equivalent 2x12 with two of the same speakers in it. The only negative point that I could say is that I found the detuned cab did not seem as "tight". The overall tone was fuller, but just a bit "sloppy" (in a vintage sort of way).