Understanding & Recording Guitar Speakers

Of all the factors that go into a great recorded guitar sound, the loudspeaker is the least well understood, but the right speaker can make all the difference.

May 30, 2012

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This article, first featured in February 2012's Sound on Sound magazine, explores in-dpeth the effect that changing speakers has on your overall tone.

The article examines the alternative tones that different speakers can give you, some of the reasons why these differences occur and how best to capture this in a recording.

Product used include: G10 Gold, G10 greenback, G10N-40 and G10 Vintage.

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Some audio examples are available here.
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