Here are some demos of the impulse response (ir) file in action:
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 Cabinet Info
- Microphones Used
- Past brand Cabinet Users
- Gibson Moog Proprietary Guitar Speaker Photo
- Additional Information
Speakers Loaded in Model Captured: Two vintage original 12 inch proprietary ceramic magnet guitar speakers (never re-coned & never voice coil rebuilt)
AKG C414 XLS
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
B B King - Blues Guitar Legend
Ty Tabor - Kings X
Bill Bickford - Billy Cobham
Allan Holdsworth - Progressive Rock Legend
Introduced in the late 1970's, this guitar amp was the collaboration of Bob Moog and Dan Pearce (who later founded Pearce Amplification®). Their goal was to make a solid state guitar amp that had all the sweet overtones of a classic tube amp. For its time, the guitar amp was considered quite pricey and although some major artists liked it, the great sounding guitar amp faded away in the marketplace. The cabinet with speakers definitely evokes that classic twin design, although in the original impulse response capture session I found this cabinet a bit darker sounding than most classic 2X12 guitar cabs, but some amp adjustments and some bass roll off will still let you cut through the mix. In the subsequent ir capture session after there had been a maintenance issue found with the speaker wire, the amp is much brighter sounding. As a result you get really two cabinets for the price of one with this impulse response guitar cab pack.
Please check the documentation of your Yamaha® THR-100™, Kemper® KPA™ (Kemper Profiler Amp), Line 6® Helix™, Mooer® Radar™, Two Notes® Torpedo™, Digitech® GSP 1101™, 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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