LRS-PowerCab-IR-Pack-V7------totally killer IR pack

otter5555

Member
i bought these because clint martin mentioned in a post that the included Celestion Creamback 65 ir's were good for everything. i think his tones totally kill so i bought the pack.

i loaded the creambacks into my hx stomp. i had great tones with the stock cabs but these creamback ir's took them to another level.

thanks clint! money well spent.

https://livereadysound.com/product/powercab-ir-pack/
 

Guitardave

Supporting Member
i bought these because clint martin mentioned in a post that the included Celestion Creamback 65 ir's were good for everything. i think his tones totally kill so i bought the pack.

i loaded the creambacks into my hx stomp. i had great tones with the stock cabs but these creamback ir's took them to another level.

thanks clint! money well spent.

https://livereadysound.com/product/powercab-ir-pack/
+1 - great IRs.
 
Are you guys who are using these not in a Powercab using the PC1 or PC2 versions? What monitor speakers are you listening through?

I don't have the read-me file handy, but if I remember right, the PC1 versions are intended for on-axis use, and PC2 for off-axis.
 

clintmartin

Member
Are you guys who are using these not in a Powercab using the PC1 or PC2 versions? What monitor speakers are you listening through?

I don't have the read-me file handy, but if I remember right, the PC1 versions are intended for on-axis use, and PC2 for off-axis.
I have used mine with studio monitors, or Powercabs. The numbers are just different mixes as far as I know. Let's ask @Deadpan. He is LRS.
 

Dead-Pan

Member
I have used mine with studio monitors, or Powercabs. The numbers are just different mixes as far as I know. Let's ask @Deadpan. He is LRS.
Thank you all for the kind words and support! Makes this all worth the effort.

When starting this pack the 2PC were intended for off axis monitoring of the Powercab however as we all know everyone likes different tones. I found users were using them just as much as the 1PC for recording. So in response I decided to give a few more options per speaker and label them 1PC1, 1PC2...

It's all about growth but keeping it simple. I look forward to doing much more.
 

weshunter

Silver Supporting Member
These are pretty much all I use except a tone tubby purple haze ir that I captured myself, which reminds me that I need to redo that since I got the Townsend sphere mic.
 

John Mark Painter

Supporting Member
It's one cab with two speakers. Greenback H75hz and Greenback M25hz. 4 mixes to choose from. PC1 has low end thump, #3 is the most balanced of the 4.​
I just got these...using them in a Helix LT.
I am experimenting with using them in stereo pairs.
V30 1PC and V30 2PC, AlCr and Jensen, M65 PC1 and M65 PC2 etc.
 

otter5555

Member
Are you guys who are using these not in a Powercab using the PC1 or PC2 versions? What monitor speakers are you listening through?

I don't have the read-me file handy, but if I remember right, the PC1 versions are intended for on-axis use, and PC2 for off-axis.
i run my hxstomp through a cheap pair of roket 5's
 

Guitardave

Supporting Member
I just bought the powercab pack based on the recommendation of @Guitardave. I'm just getting started checking them out but am already pleased. Funny thing, I was looking for an ir for the Twin and the creamback 65 sounded better than the Jensen.
Glad you are liking them!!

Too funny but I'm not surprised that you picked something different than the Jensen. It's all about finding the matchup that works for each of us. Those Creambacks are another great sound. It's awesome to just be able to scroll thru a bunch of speaker options that all sound good but different and see what matches up. If you are a Helix user try out the Deluxe Normal model. And I recently tried the Mail Order Twin (Silvertone) and love that one.

Have you tried the V30 yet? That's one of my favorites in the pack. I've used the V2 mix into the Powercab a few times on gigs and it just sits really, really well in the mix. Great balance to it.

After 35 years of playing guitar I'm just thrilled to have all these great sounding options available so easily.

I'm to the point where I can get pretty solid tones with so many different combinations that it's really fun. No stressing about bad vs. good, more like - what do I want to play with today.
 


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