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extension cab help and combo question.

Discussion in 'Amps [BG]' started by Cdoh, Feb 21, 2014.

  1. Cdoh

    Cdoh

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    Hi guys,

    I've just picked up a late 90's trace elliot 1518T (red stripe) for 50 quid (about $80) on ebay. My work horse is an Ashdown MAG-C210 and I plan to use this as an extension cab. I used to have the paired Ashdown cab but flogged it in a fit of downsizing and immediately regretted it. The TE Is rated at 300w & 8ohms and as far as I'm aware the MAG is 8ohms so this should be fine right? I've checked as much as I can and I'm pretty sure it'll be okay. Just looking looking for some reassurance.
    Second question is I'm looking at a decent head as an upgrade for the MAG. When I get there I want to turn the combo into just a 2×10 cab (until that itself is replaced, it just never ends). Now, the amp in the mag is connected to the cab by just a standard 1/4" Jack running out of the back of the amp. Can I just unscrew the head, unplug it and run whatever head I end up with into it? I've read up on these conversions on here and non of them seem to connect this way.

    Any help always appreciated.
  2. Downunderwonder

    Downunderwonder

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    Usually an Ashdown combo is the standard amp with a hardwired speaker cable from the cab plugging into the amp. Not rocket science. Get another 1/4" lead and hope they are in phase and sound good together.

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