I’d love to shoot a 2x10 Fender with Jensens. Just gotta find a good one.I'm on a Fender buzz now. Any chance of a Fender 2x10 Jensen pack?
I’ll keep an eye out for the alnico cream. It sounds like a cool speaker in between the blue and gold.I'm probably in the minority given all these other recommendations, but I'd love to see something with Celestion Alnico Creams (preferably in a closed back 2x12 or 4x12). There's really not enough IRs of them out there I can find and the ones that I have from another manufacturer are good, but I know the York Audio version would be even better.
Hiwatt/fane would be neat too, but honestly I think the free Harry Joyce cab Fractal posted for the holidays is enough to keep my happy for that vibe for at least a bit (though again, if a York Audio version did drop I'd buy it in a heartbeat).
I’ve got a couple of those. I may have to pop them in a cab and check them out again!This video comparing V30s with several other speakers in the same cabinet in a metal context gave me thirst for the WGS Reaper. Sounds like a V30 with the infamous upper mid spike aggression balanced by a fuller, thicker low midrange. Massive.
Would you happen to have a cab with these it on your radar?
That makes perfect sense. If you’re used to smaller cabs, the 4x12’s may feel a little outside of your comfort zone. I definitely have plans for more 2x12’s, but in the meantime, the Zilla is a 2x12 and is a bit more focused than the 4x12’s. If you have that one, see if that feels a little more comfortable to you. And when you use it, use the 2x12 Godzilla impedance curve in the amp block.I miiight be alone in this, but I find 4x12 IRs kinda alien to play through - I’m really used to the sound of 2x12s and 1x12s, which I think is part of why I’ve struggled to get the sound in my head since the overwhelming majority of IRs out there are of 4x12s. It would be awesome if you could do some 2x12s and 1x12 cabs, maybe something like a Mesa Lone Star cab for a 2x12, or a Friedman Vintage 112 for a 1x12, or something with modern-era G12H30s.
Thanks so much for all your amazing work on these IRs!