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- Inspired Cabinet Info
- Microphones Used
- Past brand Cabinet Users
- Celestion® G12-80 speakers (Codes: FR 27 & T3351)
- Additional Information
1983 Marshall® 1960A JCM 800 Lead Series™ Guitar Amp
Cabinet Speakers Loaded in Model Captured: the original 4X12 Celestion® G12-80 speakers (Codes: FR 27 & T3351)
AKG 451 EB
AKG D-12vr (used in passive mode)
Audio Technica AT4033
David Bock Audio – Soundelux U97
Sennheiser MD 421 II
Sennheiser MD 441
James Hetfield & Kirk Hammett - Metallica
Dave Mustaine - Megadeth
Mick Mars - Mötley Crue
James Iha & Billy Corgan - Smashing Pumpkins
Bill Kelliher - Mastodon
Kerry King & Jeff Hanneman - Slayer
Slash - Guns 'n Roses
Brett Gurewitz - Bad Religion
Dino Cazares - Fear Factory
Zakk Wylde - Ozzy Osbourne
Mike Mushok - Staind
Elliott Randall - Studio Session Legend
Andy Scott - Sweet
C. C. DeVille - Poison
Tom Morello - Rage Against the Machine
When you think of Rock and Metal music of the 1980's and 1990's, this cabinet was a workhorse that many used in the studio and on tour. The Celestion® G12-80 speakers were the forerunners of today's FRFR speakers in that they had a tight bass response, could push a lot of dB-SPL before breaking up, and did not have the extreme frequency notches that many other guitar speakers had in that era. You either loved these speakers or you hated them, but no one could deny that these speakers had nice cleans and could shape an over-driven amp well.
This is the best sounding 4X12 I have ever come across in that you could hook any amp sim up to at least one of the cab mixes I have provided and have a viable, useful tone with little virtual knob twirling. As I said in the Why Dr Bonkers section as well as in the FAQ section, I don't give out free samples or look to offer guitar cabs that other impulse response (IR) file providers already offer, but I realize guitarists need a baseline from which to judge a guitar cab impulse response (IR) file provider's mic selection, technique, and taste level in selecting particular examples of cabs to capture.
Please check the documentation of your Yamaha® THR-100™, Kemper® KPA™ (Kemper Profiler Amp), Line 6® Helix™, Two Notes® Torpedo™, Atomic Amps® Amplifire™, Digitech® GSP 1101™, NuX® Cerberus™, AMT® Pangaea CP-100™, Mooer® Radar™, 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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