Cable - vintage-style, 1/4" to 2 Spade Lugs, 34" long
Vintage style 18AWG speaker cable. ¼" plug to (2) spade lugs. Perfect replacement for vintage guitar amps where the speaker plugs directly into the chassis. 34" total length.
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3 answers Which lug is positive, and which is negative?
Asked by AaronF on November 13th, 2015.
The positive lug will be the lug with writing on the wire. The negative will be the unmarked black wire.
3 answers What is the best way to determine which cable is negative and which one is positive? In a previous question asked on here there were conflicting answers regarding which cable is which.
Asked by Anonymous on July 17th, 2020.
Using a multimeter would eliminate any question as to which is negative and which is positive.
Do you mind telling me how I would go about doing that? Which settings to use on the multimeter? I am not sure exactly how to do that. Thank you for the info
1 answers Hello. Can I use this cable to connect a combo amp's internal speaker to a head (matched impedance) via the speaker out on the head directly to the combo amp's speaker tab connection (it has 2 on each + and -, one lug on each being used by the combo) with the combo powered off?
1 answers What is the speaker wire gauge?
1 answers Is this the proper internal speaker cable for a Fender 65 Princeton Reverb Reissue?
1 answers I assume this item would be perfect for a Princeton 65 Reverb Reissue. Am I correct in my assumption?
1 answers Will the two speaker connectors fit a Celestion Greenback?
1 answers Is this cable too long for a Princeton Reverb combo amp? Stock cable is a lot shorter than 34".
Asked by Anonymous on September 24th, 2021.
The length of this cable is 34" to accommodate various sized cabs, and although the cable may be longer than the original one used in the amp, it should not for any reason make this cable incompatible with a Fender Princeton Reverb.