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New from Mesa Boogie the Cabclone Cabinet Simulator

Published 10 years ago on July 10, 2014

By Jonathan Graham

The Cabclone is a passive Cabinet Simulator/Speaker+Mic alternative with a built-in Amp Load. It provides a direct interface of your guitar amp’s Speaker Output to the input of a mixing console, microphone preamp or even direct to your converters (recorder) with or without the need for a speaker cabinet. It’s also a Compensated Headphone Driver that delivers a great sounding, great feeling headphone-friendly version of your amp’s Tone that’s perfect for late night practice sessions or anytime you want to play without others listening.

Whether for 'direct' live performance, recording or just personal enjoyment of your favourite amp with headphones, the Cabclone is a great sounding and feeling tool for any guitarist needing to capture great amp sounds quickly and easy.

Some Spec:

  • Designed and Handcrafted in Petaluma, California, USA
  • Passive Design – No Power Supply Required
  • Built-In Internal Amp Load FOR AMPS RATED 100 WATTS OR LESS (auto-activates when no cable is connected to “Thru” Output)
  • 1/4" “Input” Jack (receives signal from amp's speaker output)
  • 1/4" “Thru” Output Jack (defeats to Internal Load when no cable is connected)
  • 3-Position Cabinet Voicing Switch - Open-Back, Closed-Back & Vintage Closed-Back Cabinet Simulations
  • Variable -30 to +4db DI Output Level Control with presets for Dynamic Mic Level (-30db), Instrument Level (-10db) & Line Level (+4db)
  • Balanced XLR Direct Output (controlled by the Variable DI Output Level Control)
  • Independent Balanced, 1/4" +4 Line Level Output Jack
  • Compensated Headphone Output Jack (defeats balanced outputs when used)
  • Phase Switch – Normal (In) or Reverse (180°)
  • Ground Lift Switch
  • Removable Tilt-Back Stand (for use over an amp handle)

Find out more: Mesa Boogie


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