Originally Posted by Moguitar
It's true it sim the cab sound...But the cab gets it's sound from the resonance of the speaker.If the resonance is set to where the speaker puts out more bass naturally,or mids thats how the cab will sound..I only know because I did alot of research on speakers and guitar cabs before I posted the question.Certain amps have ALOT of bass to them thats because of the resonanse of the speaker some have a more middy sound Like a fender for the same reason..You can take a speaker from a fender amp and put it in a different cab the sound doesn't really change.The only way you'll really change the sound really is to change the amp you're using..
Hmmm, that's not my experience... I think.
The cabinet plays a HUGE part in how the speakers sound to us. Whether it's open or closed back, the actual dimensions, proportions... The very same speaker in one enclosure can sound very differently in another enclosure. The resonance depends on the cabinet enclosure, not just the speaker...