Dr Bonkers Bass Cab Classics Volume 4: BIGRED 2X10 Bass Cabinet IR Collection
Dr Bonkers presents the BIGRED 2X10 Bass Cabinet IR Collection, which is based upon the SWR® Super Redhead™ 2 X 10 with Horn Tweeter.
Dr Bonkers impulse response file tribute to this cab is featured in both Fractal Audio Systems® file format, WAV format, and a buy both bundle. Pull down on the menu below to see details on each pack.
Below where it says “Description” in bold type, please click below on the arrows or grayed out words to hear sound samples or see more information (see images below main product image if this is not clear- one is mobile view, one is desktop computer view).
Sound samples of this bass cab impulse response file collection in action using presets from the Fractal Audio file pack version:
All tabbed information is for both WAV and Fractal Syx format Cab IR Packs unless otherwise noted.
WAV version is available for immediate purchase. Fractal Syx version is available for immediate purchase. Combo is available for immediate purchase.
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Inspired Model Recorded as Impulse Response (IR) Files: SWR® Super Redhead™ 2X10 with Horn Tweeter
Speakers Loaded in Model Captured: Two 10 inch proprietary woofers with Horn Tweeter.
A note about the tweeter: This edition of Super Redhead™ did not have the crossover mounted in the sealed cabinet like some variants shown on the web. Instead this version had the tweeter crossover built into the combo amp circuitry, which I did not use for captures. As a result, the impulse response (ir) file captures always have the tweeter in the “on” position.
Microphones Used in This Cab Impulse Response (IR) Cab Pack:
AKG 451 EB
AKG D-12vr (used in passive mode)
Audio Technica AT4033
Blue Electronics “The Ball” (used in “active mode”)
David Bock Audio – Soundelux U97
Sennheiser MD 421 II
Sennheiser MD 441
Past Brand Cabinet Users
Here are some famous players who have historically used this brand & type of cabinet in the past as reference and educational purposes for your tone quest or inspiration:
Marcus Miller – Jazz Bass Legend
Stanley Clarke – Jazz Bass Legend
Michael Manring – House Bassist for Windham Hill
Rob Wasserman – RatDog
Jimmy Haslip – Yellowjackets
Bryan Beller – Dweezil Zappa
Introduced in the 1990’s, the SWR® Super Redhead™ became the standard bass combo in the big name Los Angeles (LA) studio scene of that era. You can hear the combo’s sound all over the smooth jazz radio station hits of the era as well as on many notable pop hits of that time, when a more hi-fidelity bass sound was in demand. Debates rage among bass players whether that sound was a mid-range scoop or a mid-range honk, but you can dial in either of those desired variants with this collection.
Wav & Combo Pack File Compatibility Info
Please check the documentation of your Yamaha® THR-100™, Kemper® KPA™ (Kemper Profiler Amp), Line 6® Helix™, Boss® GT-1000™, Two Notes® Torpedo™, Atomic Amps® Amplifire™, NuX® Cerberus™, AMT® Pangaea CP-100™, Positive Grid® Bias™, or other hardware or software based Impulse Response (IR) loader to see which WAV file format is correct to use.
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