#1
When micing my amp, I am consistently hearing the fan of my amplifier head. Turning up the volume and adjusting levels can mask the problem, and covering the amp head hasn't made a difference. Moving has only caused other problems, has anyone else experienced this before? How can I fix this?
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#2
You've not got your amp volume anywhere near loud enough then.


Close-miking is all about getting the mic right up near the cabinet with the amp at a decent volume, that way you get a clear, dry sound without room ambience or background noise.
#3
Turn up the amp or use an external cab.

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#4
You said you have a head.

Get longer cables and put the head in another place in the room, or in another room complitely.

Or, keep the head near you so you can make all the adjustments you need, and move the cab and mic to another room.
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