#1
Can someones recommend me a good DI Box to keep my true tube amp's sound when recording? btw the only brand that i checked on the net that comes to were i live is behringer so i'd stick with one of the behringers.. thanks in advance
Fender Strat 60th Anniv HotRoded
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Marshall JCM900 1960A Cab
Valve Jr.

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EHX Small Clone Modded
Maxon OD-820
MXR 1978 Flanger
Digitech Whammy
TC Polytune
Custom LPB-1 Boost
#2
Beringer DI boxes probably aren't the best to keep the sound original...

I would just mic your amp but I'm going to have this moved to R&R and see what the other members there suggest.
Last edited by moody07747 at Apr 18, 2008,
#3
If you really must go DI for guitar, I'd go with a modeler (V-Amp/Pod, whatever) or with a SansAmp.

My first recommendation for keeping the true sound of your tube amp is to drop a mic in front of the speaker and just give 'er.

CT
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