The S241 is not too pricey, about €85. What do you think would be more useful - an S241 plus the e606, two S241s, or an SDC costing around €170?rojarosguitar wrote:Superlux S241 is quite good in the entry level but there are plenty of others sufficiently good sounding SDCs around. YOu dopn't need to spend a wealth on them if you are not going to record on highest level.
Well, I was simplifying there a bit - I have power scaling so the power tubes can be at their limit, if I want, at a really low volume. It's not a complete answer because the speakers are still hardly moving, but better IMHO than the iOS and Roland sims I have tried.Stephen Kenyon wrote:This is not the place to discuss electric guitars of course, but I would add that if your amp cannot be turned above 0.5 it will never sound decent
Having looked into this a bit more I am realising that this question is probably unanswerable! It seems that double miking is too complicated to bother with for now and there aren't many single mics that would be equally good for both applications - the Voodoo ribbon mics maybe, but they are expensive and you have to contend with the figure of 8. I think what I'll do - as originally suggested - is to get an inexpensive SDC and leave the electric side out of it.Mr Kite wrote:The S241 is not too pricey, about €85. What do you think would be more useful - an S241 plus the e606, two S241s, or an SDC costing around €170?
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