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Guys/girls, I'm curious what everyone's go to Mic Pre is when tracking electric guitar or bass?
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Pretty much everything, it's one of those rare pieces that you can't find any negative reviews of:Thanks, I haven't tried that one. What do you like about it?
Thanks so much man for looking into our gear! I appreciate itHey Terry,
I've been checking out reviews of your pre online. How does it compare to say a API 512c tone wise? By that I don't mean which is better more like what differences are here, how close are they, etc.
I usually track with two API 512c's so that's my reference and preference generally. I love the features and price on your 440 pre, reviews sorta sound like its a little cleaner than a typical API at the more extreme gain settings, which is neutral thing to me. Do you find it has a similar to each response and muscle to a 512c pre?
Also agree with the guys suggesting Great River. One of the best Neve family preamps out there. Not a sound I use that often, but killer on vocal takes sometimes. I'd love one eventually.
I can't wait to see what you have up your sleeve next Terry!
Really? Huh.Very '60s, '70s API in tone due to the Cinemag input and output transformers.