I play a bugera 6262 through a Framus 212.

When I seat on one side of the room it sounds great, but I sit on the other side ( the right side ) of the room, and it sounds a little fizzier and less bass.

Any reasons why? Could O have a slightly faulty speaker? Or does it need to be playe a little more?
It's just physics. The frequencies you hear vary depending on your relative position to the speakers.

I heard it's best to sit at least 6 feet away from your amp. Not sure.
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Your amp will sound different depending on where it is in the room, which direction is facing, where you are in relation to the amp, etc.
It's normal. Sound is gonna sound different depending on where you are in relation to the speaker. It depends a lot on your room too.
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