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    NJlo try a cab with 75W Celestion... you might also get better results with that. Should be easy to find such a cab... if only to try out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GloŽbz View Post
    NJlo try a cab with 75W Celestion... you might also get better results with that. Should be easy to find such a cab... if only to try out.
    What model?
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    I haven't heard this particular model, but it's full range and co axial, might be a good place to start

    https://www.parts-express.com/celest...iver--294-2098

    *if it were me I'd try a powered PA cab, since I already own a Yamaha that I use to monitor my synth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NJlo View Post
    What model?
    Something very common would be this... Marshall 1960A

    https://marshallamps.com/products/cabinets/1960a/

    A popular option is also a 1922 I have seen that one used a lot. I also have played that thru others' rig, live, studio and jamming/practice. Sounded quite similar... not the same air as a 4x12 obviously... still a very valid cab.
    https://marshallamps.com/products/cabinets/1922/


    I have had a1960A in the past... always used mine with rack various pre being powered to it.
    Yes I did use it with my PSA-1 before I had to get rid of the 4x12... it was in storage at one point and not being used for many years so I sold it off. That's when I downsized to my Tech21 PowerEngine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaydee View Post
    I haven't heard this particular model, but it's full range and co axial, might be a good place to start

    https://www.parts-express.com/celest...iver--294-2098

    *if it were me I'd try a powered PA cab, since I already own a Yamaha that I use to monitor my synth.
    Ah nice, so that means there's a built in tweeter, basically, right? I have two floor monitors that I use now, works pretty well! But it doesn't have the spread of a regular guitar amp.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GloŽbz View Post
    Something very common would be this... Marshall 1960A

    https://marshallamps.com/products/cabinets/1960a/

    A popular option is also a 1922 I have seen that one used a lot. I also have played that thru others' rig, live, studio and jamming/practice. Sounded quite similar... not the same air as a 4x12 obviously... still a very valid cab.
    https://marshallamps.com/products/cabinets/1922/


    I have had a1960A in the past... always used mine with rack various pre being powered to it.
    Yes I did use it with my PSA-1 before I had to get rid of the 4x12... it was in storage at one point and not being used for many years so I sold it off. That's when I downsized to my Tech21 PowerEngine.
    Ah right, just a regular guitar cab! I have a Greenback 2x12 that I tried but... Just doesn't cut it. Hoping for something full range.
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    The 75 doesn't sound anything like a greenback to me!

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    surely a Kemper model has already modeled the guitar speaker?

    Guitar cabinet speakers are designed with a limited EQ and also (most) are designed to create break up as part of the sound, so logically you may want to be looking to use a clean, broad frequency, high fidelity, high headroom etc. set up for your Kemper?

    Or have I misunderstood how the technology works here?

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