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Torpedo C.A.B.
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Anyone used one of these? I picked one up recently but haven't had time to incorporate it into my rig. It seems to have the one thing my Boss GT100 is lacking.....decent sounding cab impulses. Gonna try to work it in this week any tips would be appreciated.
Live Rig:
Fractal Audio FM3 ver 1.03
Boss GT 100 ver.2.11
Switching- Radial Engineering Big Shot I/O v2 - Radial Engineering Pro D2 Stereo Direct Box
Power - Live Wire Power Conditioning Distribution System
Monitors  - (2) FRFR-112 Headrush Stage monitors
Axes - Charvel So Cal Pro Mod-Jackson DK2MQ Pro-Jackson USA Soloist-Ibanez RG3XXV
ADA gear: MP1- MP2 - MT200
Studio gear- way too much to list.


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Re: Torpedo C.A.B.
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Alas, no direct experience. Yet.
I've been wanting one for some time.  All clips I've heard has been pretty.. pretty..
Not only the cabs, but also the mic placements and, since a software update sometime last year IIRC, a few dual mic combinations for a bigger sound.
Most other ones I've looked at, like the Mooer Radar, may do neat cab IR's, but have less good power tube profiles; the CAB, however, seems quite good at it.  I could live without, but missing power amp characteristics would be a loss.
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