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I was at a studio and I plugged their silverface Fender Bandmaster into a Marshall 412. It sounded great, til the owner came in an flipped out that i was missmatching the ohms. I dont want to kill my gear, but it was soo good, ive never played a Fender or Marshall that i liked since hearing them together like that
ohms and power handling are separate.16 ohms handles the most power? 4 ohms handles the least?
In your configuration (4x10) you only have one option really and thats 8 ohm speakers with the original wiring. BobSo it sounds like the best thing for me to do, is take it to a pro and have him do it up in a standard setup. I was just curious, since if im if replacing the speakers, what kinds of customization are possible, but there seem to many factors for me to want to screw with it.
What are the noticable differences between a a cab wired parallel vs series?
also, has anyone put Celestions into their fender? part of me feels this is like sacrilige, but tone is tone
True - I probably gave too much info above, but that was mainly just to help understand the factors at play. For your purposes I'd go with 8 ohm speakers wired the same as yours now. You could technically switch the wiring (from series-parallel to parallel-series, or the other way around) but I'd stick with the way it is originally wired.In your configuration (4x10) you only have one option really and thats 8 ohm speakers with the original wiring. Bob