#1
Hey i finally got my Bugera head and cab together today! Its a 333xl and the bugera 4x12 cab. What they didnt tell me is that they dont send a damn audio cablem so had to go out get 1 today!!

At the mo i have 1 cable running from the input on the cab to the head. Its set to mono. Is there any advantage to having it set to stereo if its only 1 instrument plugged in and making the sounds? Just debating if its worth spending another £12.00 on a second cable! Thanks for any advice u can give me!
#2
The only advantage is multiple heads or an effect that can utilize stereo
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#3
Half stacks are supposed to run in mono.

Stereo is only used when you are running two amps at the same time.

If you run a single half stack in stereo mode, only two of the four speakers will work.
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#4
Speaker cables aren't expensive.

It's well worth having a spare, if nothing else. Don't skimp on quality though - if your speaker cable breaks, it can take your amp out with it.
#5
Quote by mespinos
The only advantage is multiple heads or an effect that can utilize stereo


Don't quote me on this because I may be wrong, but I think that a stereo effect (such as rotating speaker - yea I use that one as an example way too much lol) will still be mono even if run through a stereo cab unless its run through a head that has stereo outputs.
#6
IIRC, if you're running a stereo pedal into a stereo amp, it'll play stereo. A lot of guitar players usually go The Edge's way (U2) and run into 2 separate amps.

So, unless the last pedal in your chain isn't stereo, you prob won't notice a difference.
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