Adding a Bass Cabinet



Re: Adding a Bass Cabinet

Postby nonakosa » Thu Jan 24, 2019 1:57 pm

If this were an advisable idea then I would certainly plan on using the Orange with a different cabinet, the 112 is a bit small to compete with the 2x15s. Honestly I am still just kicking around all of the different possibilities at this point, I am fairly certain that I would not want to run the guitar amp in that way, I was more just curious about the different options.

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Re: Adding a Bass Cabinet

Postby JonnyAngle » Sat Jan 26, 2019 12:32 pm

nonakosa wrote:If this were an advisable idea then I would certainly plan on using the Orange with a different cabinet, the 112 is a bit small to compete with the 2x15s. Honestly I am still just kicking around all of the different possibilities at this point, I am fairly certain that I would not want to run the guitar amp in that way, I was more just curious about the different options.

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The 112 might keep up with the 215. Treble frequencies require much less amplification to get the same perceived volume. I’d recommend getting a splitter so you can control each amp independently, instead of running one slave.
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Re: Adding a Bass Cabinet

Postby nonakosa » Tue Feb 05, 2019 3:48 pm

The Peavey has suffered a catastrophic failure. I am closing this thread here as I now have a much bigger issue to deal with. I do want to thank you all for the replies, specifically JonnyAngle, this thread has done a lot to remind me that my current amp is (was) quite perfect as it is (was). I am going to open another thread in general gear to solicit some advice as to how to best proceed.

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