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Spider Valve MK1 212 Combo into Head Cabnet

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I have a MK1 212 combo and want to put it in a head cabinet.  Does anyone know it any line 6 head cabinets will work or be close enough to make it work with some mods?

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Hey there, best thing to do is look up the specs and compare.

 

Spider 3 HD Dimensions: 26.4L x 9.25H x 10.75D

 

SV MKI 212: Dimensions: 26.75" L x 21.75" H x 11.25" D

 

For width and depth look short for S3 HD, but check the other versions.

 

I have a 212 SV head conversion btw and it is nice - 40w tube is still really loud (and its lighter). IIRC the guy made it by chopping the cab in half.

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Thanks guys, I am trying to find the dimensions of the Spider IV HD-150 Head cab but no luck yet. Also just picked up a ADA GCS-3 DI Cabinet simulator. If this gives me a signal to the board

that sounds like more 4x12 than my combo miked, I may just leave the combo as is for a stage monitor. If not I will make the head cab and carry the 4x12 around.

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The SIV 150 HD specs off of American music supply were:

 

S4 HD: (WxHxD): 27.5 x 10.75 x 11 inches

 

SV MKI 212: Dimensions: 26.75" L x 21.75" H x 11.25" D

 

Close and the height looks like the same as the SVHD100 head.

 

That 2x12 is a heavy beast.

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