#1
Just wondering something about having 2 amps in stereo, since I know nothing about this.

The normal way to do this is to get an ab/y box and run both a and b at once, right? Are there any other ways?


Also, is there any way to run stereo if you just have two cabs and one head, without using two separate heads?


Thanks in advance.

#2
a head and two cabinets? thats called a full stack
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#3
Yes. I know what it's called.

I'm just wondering if I can run the two cabinets in stereo without two heads.

Or, if you want me to call them two halfstacks, then run two cabinets in stereo without making two halfstacks.

#4
Why would you need stereo though? Are you going to be using stereo effects or something like that?
#6
No, the idea with stereo is having two separate sources of sound playing at the same time, so therefor you need two amps, but can buy a stereo amp (usually rack units) but i really have no idea how those work, and i dont think it would sound that great.
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#7
I think certain amp heads are made with stereo channels, and if they're not then it's not gonna happen. If you have two heads, you can use an A/B/Y box or any other stereo pedal to achieve the effect. Basically any stereo effect will have stereo outputs.
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