Originally Posted by 10ndayii
Yeah that's what I meant , I mean can I use a normal speaker as an amp .
"Normal" speakers include things like home hi-fi speakers. PA speakers, studio monitors and all come in unpowered and often powered (built-in amplifier(s)) versions. Any can reproduce the basic sound of a guitar, but some will do a much better job of it. With a un-powered PA or "hi-fi" speaker you will, of course, need a power amplifier, and that will need a high impedance guitar pick-up input, or will need to be used with a pre-amp which has such an input.
A typical small guitar cabinet has all the right stuff already matched and installed. Two-piece guitar cabs house the amplifier in a separate box that usually sits on top of the unpowered speaker array.
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