#1
okay i have two 1/4 jacks and my daads got a shi-ton of spools of speaker cable the oragnish pink insulated kind you would use in a home audio application.

this kind!

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is there a problem with making this into a speaker cable going from a head to my cab? is the gauge thick enough? and it doesnt have to be shielded correct?
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#2
It should work just fine. I can't see what the problem would be.
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#4
lol i do my own cables all the time, never gone wrong, it should work just fine, and that cable is usually a thicker gauge than the wire in Jack to Jack cables, it will only not work if you dont solder it properly, if you have a multimeter, check for shorts before you plug in the cable, but otherwise, you should be fine
#5
thanks guys. i bought my first cab yesterday and im only gonna be running a solid state through it for a few weeks until i get a decent amp thats when i'll get a better cable!
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is the puppy solid state or tube?

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solid state. when she screams it pisses me off

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Dimebag had s*** tone and that guitar plays like an abortion. Come at me, bro!


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