Title pretty much says it but I’ll elaborate. My bands been playing originals gigs with full PA provided by the venues for 17 years. More recently we’ve started doing some acoustic/cover gigs. For these shows we’re bringing our own small PA with two newer QSC powered tops and a wireless mixer for acoustic guitars and vocals and putting the cabs far enough back so we can hear them. I’m using my normal bass rig with two ampeg cabs a cable and a clip on tuner instead of bringing my pedalboard and the drummer isn’t amplified at all. I probably have an odd reason for it, I want to be able to hear my backup vocals better without losing volume of the bass out front, but I’m considering running one cab on each side of the drums. I ask you guys if you’ve done it and howd it work out because I haven’t played a gig with cabs on both sides of the stage in a while. I’d have to buy a longer speaker cable to even try it. At the moment we really don’t want to make the setup more complicated with monitors or pa subs so running one a cab on each side of the drums was suggested.