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Im looking at purchasing an ISO cab. Are the worthwhile? Would it be worthwhile getting one for a Bugera 6262? The amp is non master volume and most of the gain comes from the preamp.

Do the isocabs give a boxy sound or are they decent for recordings? I was thinking i could crank the amp half way in the cab then run it through my monitors at a decent level.
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Quote by CharvelDude
Would it be worthwhile getting one for a Bugera 6262? The amp is non master volume and most of the gain comes from the preamp.




They don't have the same interaction between speaker and air but they don't sound that bad. You could just build an ISO cab around your current cab.
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I built one, it works very good but it has some drawbacks. If you have the room and you dont mind the rumble of the bass leakage it'll work.
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