When it comes to recording guitar, there is no right or wrong way to go about it.
When I first started recording, I was overwhelmed by the number of techniques available to me. But, after a month of working at a professional recording studio, I realized it was best to begin with tried-and-true techniques before getting too deep into experimentation. Here are a few of the guitar amp microphone techniques that have worked well for me in most situations…
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Clearing up questions that you may have about different types of tube amps.
Class A vs Class B Amplifiers
This time we’re going to discuss Class A vs Class B amplifiers and how they differ. We’ll help you understand the difference between them so you can choose the best type for each situation you come across.
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One of the most common problems associated with a tube amplifier is replacing a faulty tube. This is largely because there are many different types available, and many have multiple names. In this post, we are going to look at one such confusing example: the ECC82 vs 12AU7 tubes.
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In this article, we are going to take a look at two power tubes that are similar enough to be interchangeable, but which have different internal designs: EL34 vs KT77.
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Changing tubes in an amp can be a particularly challenging experience, especially since there seems to be such an abundance of them. For this article, we’ll concentrate on the question of the ECC83 vs 12Ax7 tubes. The truth is, there is no difference at all between them, and each one is interchangeable with the other.
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Have you been scratching your head about 12AX7, 12AT7, and 12AU7 Preamp Tubes? Well, our most frequently asked questions about them are answered here.
Preamp Tube FAQ: What do Preamp Tubes do?
Preamp Tubes amplify the very low signal coming from your guitar. The amplified signal is better prepared to go through the circuitry of your amplifier. This amplified signal then goes to your EQ controls, your Reverb, Auxiliary Outputs, and also into your Output Tubes. All tubes are essentially mini amplifiers within your amplifier.
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