I have the XL. The choruses, flanges, rotary, reverb sound huge. Ping pong delay trades some left/right width for some front/back depth. Low end holds up down to 55Hz, which is more than enough for guitar....
I also just got a quad of original G12-65s from 1980 that I’ve currently got loaded in my ‘76 Marshall checkerboard cab. Those things are wildly different from the reissue G12-65 I have and sound way better.
All that to say, I think you guys are gonna be happy.
I found one, not sure if the '60s version or the newer one, on Cab.IR, and would love to hear a YA capture of one. Had to up the proximity effect in the Cab More tab to use it with the Plexi6CA7, but it has a clarity in the mids and an amazingly clear presence that is magical with my Strat. Totally different tone than the 4x10 "1965" cab in the Fractal factory cab set, though the two together might be a neat pairing....I used to have an 8x10 Marshall cab. It was a great sounding cabinet.
I’ll be on the lookout for those speakers.I know im a minority here but I would kill for some hesu demon speakers inside a Mesa OS cab >.<
The number of Mix IRs varies from pack to pack. Since every cab is different, every mix is different. I don’t use formulas when making Mixes. The Mesa 2x12 has 15 Mixes. I try to keep it around 12-14 mixes per pack, but some have more and some have less.Something that works well with the neck pickup on vintage Stratocasters. Something with fat, full mids, tight punchy bottom, and a natural high end that doesn't sound like an icepick in your ears.
I have a real Mesa 2x12 cab here and it sounds great. I just bought the YA Mesa 2x12 demo and every single IR had ice pick highs except for 2 of the mix IRs. They were not what I was expecting at all. The only IRs that sounded ok were Mix 10 and Mix 12.
How many Mix Irs come with a typical YA cab pack?
Are you talking about the older ones with the gray sticker or something else? I’ll look into it.Would love to see a Marshall G12H-100 pack. Currently my favorite speakers.
I’m talking about the speakers that come with 80’s JCM 1982 cabs, so yes I think so? Is there another version? I didn’t know that. Not the most requested speaker or hyped cabinet tbh, but I think those 80’s cabs sound great. And while they aren’t that popular yet you don’t have to spend a fortune to get one.Are you talking about the older ones with the gray sticker or something else? I’ll look into it.