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  1. #17


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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick View Post
    i can confirm these IRs are fucking beastly [IMG class=inlineimg]https://www.metalguitarist.org/forum/images/smilies/flex.gif[/IMG]

    Also i may be wrong but i think K100s are what Diezel uses in some of their cabs althogh they may now be mostly just v30.
    Yeah, K100s was an option. I went the V30 route with mine but then snagged a cheap MF400 and X patterned both.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leon View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lozek View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Nick View Post
    i can confirm these IRs are fucking beastly [IMG class=inlineimg]https://www.metalguitarist.org/forum/images/smilies/flex.gif[/IMG]

    Also i may be wrong but i think K100s are what Diezel uses in some of their cabs althogh they may now be mostly just v30.
    Yeah, K100s was an option. I went the V30 route with mine but then snagged a cheap MF400 and X patterned both.
    Would you say the k100s are better for diezel? What head was it a herbert? I have the hagen and dmoll but use a recto cab. Probably not going to buy another cab but id look for some more k100 IRs.

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  6. #20


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    Quote Originally Posted by Coop View Post
    Well Fuck.

    Why is this so much better than the impulses I paid for?

    Running these with the NDSP Fortin Cali at the moment and it slays.

    Thank you!

    Any others you would like to share to make me feel shitty about spending money on IR's?
    Yeah man I've made a few over the years. A lot of guys I know still rock my Zilla 2x12 one I made a few years back.

    And on the point of paid-for IR's... It's difficult to say this without sounding like I'm tooting my own noodle, but the kind of guys who make IR packs and Kemper profiles and all the rest of it... they're not always the best engineers That coupled with the fact that they just churn them out, so the pack you get has like 40 IR's, only about 3 of which are usable in a mix. Just makes it seem more value-for-money.

    Lastly (Two Notes, I'm looking at you) quite a lot of them come pre-EQ'd. It's to give you that mix-ready wow-factor when you load them up into your project. That shit doesn't jive with me. It makes your amp sound/feel like it's reacting weirdly. It's also completely unnecessary as it's just not the way you engineer guitars for a mix. I leave my IR's raw, even if that means they can be a little fizzy or boomy. That's what 4x12's sound like, and you shave away the nasties as you mix, not whilst you're playing.
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    Well that might explains a lot.

    I am fairly new to this. I used nothing but tube Amps and cabs for many years and never got on with any plugins I tried. I was kind of forced into it with a tiny human in the house and needing funds for motorcycle parts/track days etc. I have been mostly using the Neural DSP Fortin Cali plugin and have been quite happy with it but completely overwhelmed by IR options and none of them really felt right so I have just been sticking to the built-in IR until you dropped this on me. It sounds and feels a lot more like what I am used to.

    Much appreciated.
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    Nice one! I've just downloaded this IR, I'll give it a go on my atomic later, with my vh4 pedal. Did you say its got the power amp in the signal chain as well?
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    Thanks I will grab the IR after work and toss it on my Stomp
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  10. #24


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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Lozek View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Nick View Post
    i can confirm these IRs are fucking beastly [IMG class=inlineimg]https://www.metalguitarist.org/forum/images/smilies/flex.gif[/IMG]

    Also i may be wrong but i think K100s are what Diezel uses in some of their cabs althogh they may now be mostly just v30.
    Yeah, K100s was an option. I went the V30 route with mine but then snagged a cheap MF400 and X patterned both.
    Would you say the k100s are better for diezel? What head was it a herbert? I have the hagen and dmoll but use a recto cab. Probably not going to buy another cab but id look for some more k100 IRs.
    It was a Herbert. In the room, they definitely filled out the sound in a way which the V30's couldn't a d made it bigger and ballsier, under a mic I'm not so sure but I didn't get a huge amount of time working with that cab in studios.

    After messing with a ton of IR's and profiles, I've definitely found a love of Standard Mesa cabs. I've owned a Mesa OS in the past as well, and I can recognise a characteristic in both those and the Diezel which doesn't get my sound quite where I want it to be.

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