How do you connect two 4 ohm cabinets to an Epiphone Valve Jr. Head?
I have two 4 ohm cabs and one Epiphone Valve Jr. head. How do I connect the two cabs to the head??
You’ll have to connect them serially, which is a little difficult if neither of the cabs are wired to do it.
It’ll take some tricky wiring to do it right if your cabs don’t already have that option…. try googling “modify guitar cab serial wiring”, perhaps?
Epiphone Valve Junior Test by Gearwire.com
Learn to Play the Guitar (Music Bibles)
This hardcover book with internal wire-o binding is 6.5in x 8in, a perfect size for readers to keep handy. The binding allows it to lie open flat for easy reference during practice. The stylish design of the book, along with the interior photographs, illustrations and diagrams, make the learning process simple and fun for beginners and enthusiasts. The book also includes an audio CD for examples a…
The Ultimate Guitar Tone Handbook: A Definitive Guide to Creating and Recording Great Guitar Sounds (Book & DVD) (Alfred’s Pro Audio)
For all guitarists, the quest to finding the guitar tone you hear in your head and then recording it is a never-ending journey. The Ultimate Guitar Tone Handbook is your definitive guide to discovering that great, elusive guitar sound and making sure it’s recorded well. This book features a series of interviews with expert players, guitar technicians, recording engineers, record producers, and gea…
Blue Book of Guitar Amplifiers
Looking for guitar amplifier values and information? The Blue Book of Guitar Amplifiers, 3rd Edition is now expanded to 608 pages including the 16-page color Photo Grading System. The book offers guitar reference information and values on more than 400 guitar amplifier manufacturers and distributors including Fender, Marshall, Ampeg, Vox, Peavey, Mesa/Boogie, Laney, Kustom, Harmony, Kay, Epiphon…