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Go direct to the PA and the audio interface from your pedalboard with Torpedo C.A.B. M and create a lightweight rig. Use it as an amp DI between your amp and the cabinet to send your true tube tone to the PA. Pair it with Torpedo Captor to practice your tube amp silently at home with headphones.
The Torpedo C.A.B. M is the most advanced cab sim, designed for the player who wants to record and gig without the hassle of the mics and the cables. As a standalone unit, the Torpedo C.A.B. M comes loaded with 32 Two notes Virtual Cabinets, 8 microphones and 8 rooms to choose from, right out of the box.
Offer your amplifier the best direct output you can dream of: connect the speaker output of your amp into the Torpedo C.A.B. M input and the SPEAKER OUT of the C.A.B. M into your speaker cabinet. No need for a microphone, the most versatile amp DI on Earth is taking care of it. (DISCLAIMER: the C.A.B. M is not a load box. If you connect your amp output to the pedal you must connect the cabinet to the Speaker output of the C.A.B. M.)
Connect your preamplifier from your pedalboard directly to the Torpedo C.A.B. M and take advantage of our exclusive tube power amp modeling. Select a type of amplifier and its characteristics, a tube model, and make your preamp sing as it deserves !
Have all the parameters at hand on your desktop computer with Torpedo Remote or on any tablet with Torpedo Wireless Remote. The new OLED screen also gives you an enhanced experience of navigation to edit any parameters straight from the pedal.
The Torpedo C.A.B. M comes with the following guitar cabinets:
and the following bass cabinets:
More tech specs and owner's manual download, here.
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