#1
Been interested in Swamp Thangs. Has anyone used them for professional/high quality recordings in metal genres? Seems like V30s reign supreme for recording.
#2
I'm sorry. I've never, ever heard of this speaker.


*researches*

I can't find any clips that are high quality enough on Youtube for metal, but here's it in sort of a country kind of style, and it sounds pretty goodl.

Although from what I can find people on other forums who use it for metal seem to like it.
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#3
A guy named gumbilicious on here uses them amongst many others. They supposed to have a good low end if I am not mistaken.
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#4
i dunno about "pro" recordings, but a lot of people use them for metal (or combined with texas heats). they have a lot of low end chug and sound pretty american.
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