#1
ive been asking this for a while and some answers still confuse me

How DO you run amp is stereo??
do you need 2 cabs or can you just use 1 4x12??
Do you need a specific pedal to do it??
can it be done with combo amps??

thanks
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#2
You can use one cab if it's wired for stereo. If you want a real stereo sound you will need some kind of pedal that provides a stereo effect, or you need to split your signal chain to run different FX. And the easiest way to do it is with two combo amps you might have on hand. I've got pedals and multifx that have stereo out and multiple amps, but I've never got around to giving it a go. Maybe I'll have to do that.
Last edited by fly135 at Jul 8, 2009,
#4
The drawback of splitting a guitar signal is the load on the pups. If you run it into a buffered pedal then you can probably just use a passive cable splitter.
#5
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ive been asking this for a while and some answers still confuse me

How DO you run amp is stereo??
do you need 2 cabs or can you just use 1 4x12??
Do you need a specific pedal to do it??
can it be done with combo amps??

thanks



How DO you run amp is stereo?? Two amps both producing sound via one cab or many.
do you need 2 cabs or can you just use 1 4x12?? No if the cab is able to be put into stereo mode.
Do you need a specific pedal to do it??No some amps have dual inputs and can be y-ed into one another. But a ABY with a buffer is best
can it be done with combo amps??Yes