This is a 1960's Bell and Howell® Orchestron II® portable movie projector extension cabinet which have become popular as guitar speakers for roots rock, blues and harp, particularly in the studio. One can either match them with a suitable tube amp; 5e3 family Fenders® are popular, or the audio amp of an actual projector can fairly easily be modified to amplify a guitar signal. This cabinet contains a Heppner 12” alnico speaker that were popular in many organs of the day. This cabinet has an all wood cabinet and what would have been, at the time, a quite modern look.
This cabinet comes with the following 8 microphones:
- Cnd CM12 inspired by Wunder CM12 Tube ©
- Dyn H30 inspired by Heil Sound PR-30 ©
- Dyn 25 inspired by Audio Technica ATM25 ©
- Dyn TG12 inspired by TUL G12 ©
- Dyn 7b inspired by Shure SM7b ©
- Dyn Bass20 inspired by Electrovoice RE20 ©
- Dyn 421 inspired by Sennheiser MD421 ©
- Rbn 121 inspired by Royer R121 ©
Only compatible with Two notes software and hardware.
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