Hi, new member here.
I've been a player, producer and worshipper at the metal altar for over 20 years but am ignorant in the ways of electronics and tech stuff. Can someone help me with the following using layman's terms?
I have in the last couple of weeks gone back to using a seperate cab and amp for one o my current band projects. I am using the same Randall V2 that I have had for years now, but needed to pick up a cab on a tighter budget than I was when I got the Randall.
Long story short, managed to grab a Marshall 1960A lead cab, like new. I plugged it into my Randall and, to my horror, at rehearsal volume, with the density full up and my usual scooped tone, while playing heavy palm muted stuff, the speakers are farting and breaking up a bit.
I softened up my tone a bit and it now seems to be fine, even at higher volume, but it's in the back of my mind that I have that restriction.
Can someone suggest what might be going on here? Is this a wattage/omage discrepancy, or maybe something else?
Any help appreciated.
You're just putting too much bass at too high a volume into the cab, and the speakers can't handle it. When I had Marshall cabs w/ the 75s, I had the same problem.