Have you had a chance to use a CabClone™ in the studio or on a gig? It is amazing how this one tone tool can make a session or set so much easier for a Guitarist, Engineer or Soundman. Using a CabClone you don't have to worry about choosing the right microphone and it's placement on your Cabinet or in the room. And... other instruments don't bleed into your guitar signal.
No Cabinet or Mic Needed!
Simply plug a CabClone into the speaker output of your amplifier. Plug your speaker cabinet into the CabClone's THRU jack (or don't, if you wish to record silently, as the CabClone will provide a speaker load for your amp) and plug an XLR cable from the CabClone's DI Out to your mixing console or Digital Audio Interface. Choose your cab type, set levels, tweak knobs (if needed) and play away.
A great example of just how effective a CabClone can be for both live use and recording is a recent session done at the MESA/Boogie Video Lounge with Johnny A and his band. Three CabClone's were used for this session (two for Johnny's Royal Atlantic™ stereo set up and one for the Lone Star™ rig Greg Tawa played). The whole band performed in one room and captured a live performance of "Gone...(Like a Sunset)" with CabClones used in place of miked up cabs. Check out this fantastic performance.