I’ve been collecting guitar amps for a little while now.
I used to own a lot of cabinets also, but find out that first it take a lot of room and second a lot of the amp that I have are way too powerful to be recorded or played home with those cabinet. Then I’ve discovered the Two Notes Torpedo VB-101 Cabinet and Microphone Simulator. This unit allows me to have a lot of cabs and mics at my disposal at bedroom level. So I was able to record my 100 watts amps when my baby was sleeping upstairs. It Allow me to do my full album at home with professional quality recording. It is the best way to record electric guitar at home that I’ve found.
The Torpedo allows you to choose different cabinets. From 1×12, 2×12, 4×12 to 2×10, 1×15 etc.
You can then mic them with SM57, MD421, Royer, U87 and more.
Then you can change microphone position.
It allows you to do 2 different setup and blend them.
Really cool option. Click on the pictures to get more info about it.
For sound sample you can listen or buy it at Fred Lebel and Hard Times. All guitars have been recorded through the Two Notes Torpedo VB-101.