FS Grendel Dead Room Isolation Cabinet for guitar - SOLD!!

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FS Grendel Dead Room Isolation Cabinet for guitar - SOLD!!

Post by mrscary » Sun Feb 23, 2014 6:24 pm

http://newyork.craigslist.org/que/msg/4346648028.html

Posted it on craigslist with pics and description
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Post by Jeff White » Tue Feb 25, 2014 9:11 am

FYI everyone I have the Deadroom II and these things are AWESOME for the studio. I'm posting a review here because I love mine so much and I NEVER see these up for sale. They are rare.

Not only will it keep neighbors happy in apartments but it will also come in handy when you place a band live in the same room and want iso to cut down on some bleed, want to reamp vocals through an amp/echoplex, etc. You can swap out speakers, use two mics (all mogami cable inside of mine). This thing is a real deal for $300. I've used mine on every record that I have worked on since I bought it in 2009. I'm about to pick up a 4-ohm 12" speaker for mine (it has a celestian vintage 30 clone in it now at 8-ohms) and experiment with building a 10" speaker adapter for it as well.

I find that it works great for close-micing situations. It just does the trick. There is room to back off a bit, but unfortunately you can't really ambient mic in these things.You can with the lid open, of course. But again, that's not really what they are for. It's a speaker in an iso box for an amplifier for close-micing. It you hit it too hard it can sound a little boxy, but a powerbrake or whatever solves this issue. So does a volume knob.

With that said, you can also use it on stage in a situation where volume is an issue and you have great monitoring.

Jeff
I record, mix, and master in my home studio, Ch?teau Blanco, and in various spaces in the Philly area. http://jeffwhiteaudio.com/

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Post by mrscary » Tue Feb 25, 2014 10:20 am

Wow, thanks for that post, it is a super cool and useful little box...well not so little :D


SOLD to a fellow tape op board member. Thanks John/Bunker Studios!

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