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Vibrolux G3 with the new IR is just....RIDICULOUS!!!

boogieman75

Experienced
Good! :) Used it live this weekend and it is by far my new favorite fender in the box! Hit it with a BB Pre and sounds just KILLER!

Seriously, and I just love the fender brown amps! :) Can we have more? Please? :)

THANK YOU!!!
 

drsts

Inspired
where does one find the IR's? are they automatically included with downloading the update?

thanks
 

barhrecords

Axe-Master
Thanks for the IR identity :)

I will check that one out for sure.

Nothing has unseated my 2x12 Tom's Mix IR's for Fender amp models. They are from the first Universal Noise cab pack (the Tom's Mix Left is free but I use the Left and Right IR in my goto Fender patches).
 

FractalAudio

Administrator
Fractal Audio Systems
Moderator
It's a Vibrolux. That IR is from my personal 1962 Vibrolux. This is the amp used on Dire Straits eponymous album. I'll say it again: the Mic+DI technique yields IRs that are vastly superior to other techniques. I use nothing but the new IRs now. Even the venerable TV Mix has been replaced.
 

GuttaLaser

Power User
It's a Vibrolux. That IR is from my personal 1962 Vibrolux. This is the amp used on Dire Straits eponymous album. I'll say it again: the Mic+DI technique yields IRs that are vastly superior to other techniques. I use nothing but the new IRs now. Even the venerable TV Mix has been replaced.
Any list around of the Mic+DI IRs?
 

smcrosby

Power User
It's a Vibrolux. That IR is from my personal 1962 Vibrolux. This is the amp used on Dire Straits eponymous album. I'll say it again: the Mic+DI technique yields IRs that are vastly superior to other techniques. I use nothing but the new IRs now. Even the venerable TV Mix has been replaced.
Some very direct guidance and helpful endorsement from the master for us busy folks! :D

Thanks, as always, Cliff! :encouragement:
 

brokenvail

Fractal Fanatic
It's a Vibrolux. That IR is from my personal 1962 Vibrolux. This is the amp used on Dire Straits eponymous album. I'll say it again: the Mic+DI technique yields IRs that are vastly superior to other techniques. I use nothing but the new IRs now. Even the venerable TV Mix has been replaced.
I need the triptik can IR's with the new method. I would get cab lab and a cap pack to get that
 

barhrecords

Axe-Master
Any list around of the Mic+DI IRs?
These are updated but can't confirm they are Mic+DI technique:

003 1x10 Prince Tone At4047 UR
004 1x10 Prince Tone M160 UR
005 1x12 Brown M160 UR
006 1x12 Black Sm57 UR
007 1x12 G12T R121 UR
011 1x12 Bludo Mix UR
019 2x12 TX Star M160 UR
027 2x12 Fuzzbomb M160 UR
030 2x12 Boutique R121 UR
032 4x10 Bassguy M160 UR
060 4x12 Fractal Gb M160 UR
061 4x12 Fractal V30 At4047 UR
079 1x12 Junior Blues M160 UR
 

FractalAudio

Administrator
Fractal Audio Systems
Moderator
These are updated but can't confirm they are Mic+DI technique:

003 1x10 Prince Tone At4047 UR
004 1x10 Prince Tone M160 UR
005 1x12 Brown M160 UR
006 1x12 Black Sm57 UR
007 1x12 G12T R121 UR
011 1x12 Bludo Mix UR
019 2x12 TX Star M160 UR
027 2x12 Fuzzbomb M160 UR
030 2x12 Boutique R121 UR
032 4x10 Bassguy M160 UR
060 4x12 Fractal Gb M160 UR
061 4x12 Fractal V30 At4047 UR
079 1x12 Junior Blues M160 UR
These are all Mic+DI.
 

barhrecords

Axe-Master
It's a Vibrolux. That IR is from my personal 1962 Vibrolux. This is the amp used on Dire Straits eponymous album. I'll say it again: the Mic+DI technique yields IRs that are vastly superior to other techniques. I use nothing but the new IRs now. Even the venerable TV Mix has been replaced.
I'm really looking forward to the new Universal Storage cab pack.

2x12 Tom's Mix L and R are my goto IRs from the first Universal Noise storage cab pack for Fender amp models. I'm hoping this same Cab will be there in Mic+DI glory :)
 
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brokenvail

Fractal Fanatic
Just wondering are all stock IRs going to get the DI+Mic treatment?
I would doubt it. We have had UR for a while and not all factor cabs are UR. I bet moving fwd the new technique will be the one used to capture IRs though
 
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