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 Anonymous on November 17th, 2015.
The positive lug will be the lug with writing on the wire. The negative will be the unmarked black wire.
There was no marking to designate the positive and negative wires. However, with the aid of am ohm meter I could touch the tip of the plug with one end and whichever speaker wire lug sounded the beep on my meter for continuity was the positive lug. Likewise for the ring of the plug which designates the negative wire.
2 answers Is this the proper internal speaker cable for a Fender 65 Princeton Reverb Reissue?
Asked by Anonymous on November 21st, 2018.
Interesting question, I mean of course this will work perfectly for a PRRI speaker combo wiring! But I think there’s a good chance that this IS the speaker harness Fender supplies w/the 65’ PRRI! It looks absolutely identical..?
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 Does it work with fender twin reverb? Is it longer than a regular internal cable? I want to have a longer cable that I'll connect to my attenuator.
Asked by Anonymous on September 24th, 2020.
This will connect any 1/4" speaker jack to the positive and negative terminals of a speaker, so there shouldn't be any compatibility issues with a Twin Reverb. As for the length, it is 34" long as described in the listing, so you will need to compare that to your speaker cable to confirm it is longer.