#1
Is the difference between a straight cab and a slanted cab pretty
obvious to the ear? I know players that swear by both..but they
dont seem to be able to give an actual reason why.

I hate it when people say...*its just better*

How do these two cabs measure up when compared?

Can you guys give any similarities..?
also...any differences that make each one sound special?
Is it simply splitting hairs because of looks?

I understand the concept..on paper.
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Last edited by Washburnd Fretz at Jun 30, 2008,
#4
Well, i'm not completely sure, but you'd think that an angled would have better sound distribution, with 2 speakers aiming at your ears moreso than a straight, it sounds better to the ears.
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Last edited by igotabcrich32 at Jun 30, 2008,
#5
Quote by igotabcrich32
Well, i'm not completely sure, but you'd think that an angled would have better sound distribution, with 2 speakers aiming at your ears moreso than a straight, it sounds better.


Thats what I've always heard.

More sound distribution, but the same sound.

Although straight cabs having more bass would make sense, as there is more resonance inside the cab.
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