ISO Cab Build...suggestions/tips wanted...

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Re: ISO Cab Build...suggestions/tips wanted...

Post by Minerman » Sun Oct 08, 2017 2:56 am

Ok dudes, here's the first run with the new ISO cab, nothing spectacular, just a little jam I made up...

Signal chain:
SG > EVH LBX > Celestion G12-T75 > Audix i5

Amp settings:
15w mode
Blue channel
Volume: 3
Gain: 7
Resonance: 2-3
Bass: 8
Mid: 5
Treble: 5
Presence: 2

The tone clip doesn't have anything on it, but in the mix clip, all the guitars have reverb...The clean tone is the same amp settings, I just dropped the gain to about "2" & raised the volume to about 6...





So far so good with this thing, & BTW, the drums on this are one of Superior Drummer 3's stock kits, no tweaking at all...

Lemme know what ya think...
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Re: ISO Cab Build...suggestions/tips wanted...

Post by JD01 » Sun Oct 08, 2017 4:36 am

How quiet is it in the room? Can you really just talk over it?
You think you could get a bit of time when you could make noise one day to do an in the box/out of the box comparison but all miked up exactly the same way with identical amp settings - that would be really interesting.

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Re: ISO Cab Build...suggestions/tips wanted...

Post by cakewalkKaKed » Sun Oct 08, 2017 6:01 am

:like: Wooooohooooooooooooo !!! well done matey :)


gotta rush out,i grabbed the clips for when i get back ... love it :like:

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Re: ISO Cab Build...suggestions/tips wanted...

Post by Greg_L » Sun Oct 08, 2017 10:45 am

Very cool miner. Nice work on that thing. Looks better than that first one! :)
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Re: ISO Cab Build...suggestions/tips wanted...

Post by JD01 » Sun Oct 08, 2017 11:32 am

haha, holy shit. I just went back over the thread. You really went to town on this one, mate.

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Re: ISO Cab Build...suggestions/tips wanted...

Post by Minerman » Sun Oct 08, 2017 2:16 pm

JD01 wrote:
Sun Oct 08, 2017 4:36 am
How quiet is it in the room? Can you really just talk over it?
You think you could get a bit of time when you could make noise one day to do an in the box/out of the box comparison but all miked up exactly the same way with identical amp settings - that would be really interesting.
It's not totally silent dude, that's an impossible task with a loud amp, I'm gonna do a little video showing you guys how loud it is in the room...I found my old cell phone & I have a decibel meter ap on it...The phone had been in a drawer for so long, it took almost 24 hours of charging before it'd power up... :lollers:
cakewalkKaKed wrote:
Sun Oct 08, 2017 6:01 am
:like: Wooooohooooooooooooo !!! well done matey :)
gotta rush out,i grabbed the clips for when i get back ... love it :like:
Thanks dude...
Greg_L wrote:
Sun Oct 08, 2017 10:45 am
Very cool miner. Nice work on that thing. Looks better than that first one! :)
Yeah, it looks a hell of a lot better...I wish I'd made my diy table saw before I started on it though, there are a few things that aren't plum/square I wish I'd addressed, but it's too late now... :smiles:

JD01 wrote:
Sun Oct 08, 2017 11:32 am
haha, holy shit. I just went back over the thread. You really went to town on this one, mate.
Yeah Jdude, I spent quite a bit of $$$ on it, & it took about a month for me to build it...Granted I didn't spend all day every day on it, but it still took a while...Thanks again...
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