A Vintage47® replica of the Bronson® Singing Electric® produced in the late forties to early fifties by Valco® and features an octal tube preamp and a Ted Weber Signature® 10” alnico speaker known for early breakup and a warm vintage tone. This amp is killer for blues, jazz and Americana and a favorite for lap steel and harp players. Small amps are often the secret ingredient for big sounds in the studio, so take some time and experiment with the relationship between the microphone choice and position in combination with the other elements of the arrangement, and use the features of the Torpedo® technology as a mixing tool.
This cabinet comes with the following 8 microphones:
- Rbn 160 inspired by BeyerDynamic M160 ©
- Dyn 57 inspired by Shure SM57 ©
- Dyn 409 inspired by Sennheiser MD409 ©
- Rbn 84 inspired by AEA R84 ©
- Dyn Cu29 inspired by Placid Audio Copperphone ©
- Cnd Tubmod87 inspired by Neumann U87ai w IOaudio Tube Mod ©
- Rbn BK5a inspired by RCA BK-5a ©
- Cnd CCCP1 F inspired by Soyuz SU-019 FET ©
Only compatible with Two notes software and hardware.
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