SPEAKER CABINET IMPULSE RESPONSE LIBRARY
based on a ’71 Marshall™ 2096 guitar cabinet, loaded with Celestion™ G12-H30™ „pulsonic cone“ speaker from 1971.
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|Feature-Set||pro IR series|
|Based on||Marshall™ 2069|
|Used microphones||Shure™ SM57; Sennheiser™ e906; Sennheiser™ MD421; AKG™ C414 XLS; sE Electronics™ X1R; Shure™ SM7B; Sennheiser™ MD441; Behringer™ ECM8000; AKG™ C451|
|Power Amp voicing||Idealized-NULL-Amp; Push-Amp; Tube-Amp|
|IR formats||.WAV exclusive - 170ms/500ms: 44.1kHz-16bit | 44.1kHz-24bit | 48kHz-16bit | 48kHz-24bit | 96kHz-24bit|
|Hard- & Software platforms supportet||Fractalaudio™ Axe-Fx II /XL, AX8 | Line6™ Helix | Atomic™ Amplifire | Yamaha™ THR100H /HD | Two-Notes™ Torpedo | AMT™ Pangaea | Logidy™ Epsi | Headrush™ Pedalboard | All software based Amp modeler | All convolution host platforms | and many more|
This cab from the Artiste™-series, made in 1971, is an absolute rarity. In those days Marshall tried to develop extra versatile models for expanded target audiences.
Despite the fact, that the Artiste™-amps were not really accepted at all, the oversized, but slim cabs, loaded with Celestion™ G12-H30™ speakers, really shine.
Using a bigger and more powerful magnet than the G12-M25™, this cab can handle a power rating of 120 watts. This cab is surprisingly balanced and very vesatile for many different styles.
This cab works perfect for Classic Rock, Hard Rock und Blues.
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|Construction||4x12" straight box, closed design, oversized|
|Time of production||1973-77|
|Year of manufacture||1971|
|Power rating / Watt/Watt||120W|
|Resonance frequency in Hz||110 Hz|
|Comment||Artiste™ series, oversized, but very slim cab|
|Year of manufacture||1971|
|Power rating / Watt||30W|
|Comment||Pulsonic Cone, Greenbacks|
Excellent cabinet, classic sound
I've tried a lot of Marshall type cabinets lately with my Strymon Iridiuim, and this one is my favorite. It has a very "finished" sound to it, like it came straight out of a 1970s recording studio. Pick attack is slightly softened, and harmonics really sing in the mids and highs. This is definitely a vintage sound, not for modern or metal. Plenty of great mics and mixes in this pack, but my favorite in particular is the "MR_ART71_SIG_02_AM" signature file by Anand Mahangoe.
Classic Greenback Sound!
I am absolutely in love with this cab IR. For years I thought I was an M magnet kind of guy, but the G12-H30 has quickly become a favorite. Just has that perfect combo of highs and lows, with a biting edge without excessive harshness. And you guys did a tremendous job with capturing the tone of the cab with a fantastic selection of quality, legendary mics! My favorite is still the SM57!