DigiTech CabDryVR Speaker Cabinet IR Pedal

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DigiTech CabDryVR Speaker Cabinet IR Pedal

I just got this  pedal today and I have to say it's not bad for the money. It even sounds good going into an amp for more flavors. It has guitar and bass cabs. If your looking for something that is easy on your budget check it out.
 
https://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/CabDryVR
 
 

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    MakerDP
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    Re: DigiTech CabDryVR Speaker Cabinet IR Pedal 2018/01/04 18:05:09 (permalink)
    I've been thinking about getting one of these for my church/worship setup to use with my Suhr Reactive Load. What are you using as an amp load? Or are you using some sort of analog/digital preamp setup?
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    Re: DigiTech CabDryVR Speaker Cabinet IR Pedal 2018/01/04 23:56:33 (permalink)
    MakerDP
    I've been thinking about getting one of these for my church/worship setup to use with my Suhr Reactive Load. What are you using as an amp load? Or are you using some sort of analog/digital preamp setup?


    I don't play live anymore. When I don't want to record micing an amp I just plug my guitar or bass directly into it and output it to my interface and I also place over drives or distortion pedals before it and delays and modulation pedals after it if I want to print my effects. This just emulates 7 different speakers theres no load necessary. It even sounds good going in the front or effects loop of an amp. One of the good features is you can output to two sources each with a different cab sound. I also sent a track I did direct into my interface and sent that track to the cabdrtvr and recorded that to a new track. I am surprised how good the cabs are and its features for a buck fifty. Check out the manual. Go to Digitec website for it

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    Re: DigiTech CabDryVR Speaker Cabinet IR Pedal 2018/01/05 05:14:22 (permalink)
    Ah ok. Cool. Glad it works well for you.
     
    You know... S-Gear is only $99 right now. You really should look into it. IMO you can't beat it for any price. Check the deals forum here for info.
     
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    Re: DigiTech CabDryVR Speaker Cabinet IR Pedal 2018/01/05 14:44:35 (permalink)
    I bought S Gear over a year ago as well as Torpedo Wall of sound. S Gear is the best one I've used so far but I don't use these types of software much at all. I like getting my sound and printing it.

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    Re: DigiTech CabDryVR Speaker Cabinet IR Pedal 2018/01/05 15:01:31 (permalink)
    A hardware unit such as the Digitech (bass speaker emulations) may work with Pedal Steel. Bass amps work much better than "guitar" amps for Pedal Steel. My live amp is a Carvin BX500 bass amp head.  I'll have to give one a shot as I like to record direct.
     
    I've tried some of the VST speaker cab emulations and they didn't work well for Pedal Steel as they are aimed at Lead Guitar/distorted guitar.
     
     

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    Re: DigiTech CabDryVR Speaker Cabinet IR Pedal 2018/01/05 15:20:17 (permalink)
    I also have been checking out these cab sim pedals and came across this one also:
     
    https://reverb.com/item/6945794-mooer-radar-speaker-cab-simulator-new
     
    This brand is not sold at a lot of the normal internet sites (Sweetwater, American Musical), so I thought I would throw it out there.
    It has more cab sims and also has mic sims and power amp sims included. Plus you can add your own cab sims to it.
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    Re: DigiTech CabDryVR Speaker Cabinet IR Pedal 2018/01/05 16:52:47 (permalink)
    Mosvalve
    I bought S Gear over a year ago as well as Torpedo Wall of sound. S Gear is the best one I've used so far but I don't use these types of software much at all. I like getting my sound and printing it.



    There is nothing stopping you from printing your S-Gear tones. But hey making music is a personal thing and we all need to do what works best for us so the creativity goes down quickly and smoothly. Glad you found a nice solution. I'd still like to try one of these pedals out for a live rig though.
     
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    Re: DigiTech CabDryVR Speaker Cabinet IR Pedal 2018/01/05 18:00:08 (permalink)
    fireberd
    A hardware unit such as the Digitech (bass speaker emulations) may work with Pedal Steel. Bass amps work much better than "guitar" amps for Pedal Steel. My live amp is a Carvin BX500 bass amp head.  I'll have to give one a shot as I like to record direct.
     
    I've tried some of the VST speaker cab emulations and they didn't work well for Pedal Steel as they are aimed at Lead Guitar/distorted guitar.
     
     


    My bass sounds great through this pedal. It has both guitar and bass cabs. I did a quick compare. I recorded a track with my bass through just this pedal direct to my interface and did the same with a bogner cab ir software and I liked the Cabdryvr much better. Better than S Gear etc. But its all subjective.

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    Re: DigiTech CabDryVR Speaker Cabinet IR Pedal 2018/01/05 20:52:43 (permalink)
    You sold me, I ordered one today.  I'll give it a shot.  I have a SansAmp bass DI, works great with my Yamaha 5 string bass but not my Pedal Steel Guitar.  
     
    (I used to have a MosValve 500 amp - great amp but heavy).

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    Re: DigiTech CabDryVR Speaker Cabinet IR Pedal 2018/01/05 22:44:29 (permalink)
    fireberd
    You sold me, I ordered one today.  I'll give it a shot.  I have a SansAmp bass DI, works great with my Yamaha 5 string bass but not my Pedal Steel Guitar.  
     
    (I used to have a MosValve 500 amp - great amp but heavy).


    I think your going to like it. I tool a chance and it worked out for me. Hope it does for you.
     
    I had the Mosvalve RT 2100. I wish i still had it. Mine had two 12" speakers one on top of the other. The amp was tall and heavy.

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    Re: DigiTech CabDryVR Speaker Cabinet IR Pedal 2018/01/05 22:55:47 (permalink)
    I bought it through Amazon, who has a very liberal return policy. If it doesn't work its easily returnable. 
     
    The MosValve 500 Power amp was a 2 channel ("Stereo") power amp (only - need a separate preamp).  

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    Re: DigiTech CabDryVR Speaker Cabinet IR Pedal 2018/01/05 23:03:52 (permalink)
    I haven't got anything like this anymore, so I was checking it out. I appreciate the heads up! I'm hoping my local shop will get one, but bringing it home is going to be the big test/experiment.
    Nice to hear good feedback. Thanks
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    Re: DigiTech CabDryVR Speaker Cabinet IR Pedal 2018/01/11 04:02:59 (permalink)
    fireberd
    You sold me, I ordered one today.  I'll give it a shot.  I have a SansAmp bass DI, works great with my Yamaha 5 string bass but not my Pedal Steel Guitar.  
     
    (I used to have a MosValve 500 amp - great amp but heavy).


    Fireberd, let me know how the pedal works out for you on your pedal steel and bass

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    Re: DigiTech CabDryVR Speaker Cabinet IR Pedal 2018/01/11 11:20:06 (permalink)
    I received the pedal yesterday.  Initial tests were not very good with the Pedal Steel.  I'll give it a couple more days and see how it works.  But, I've kept all the packing in case it has to go back.
     
     

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    Re: DigiTech CabDryVR Speaker Cabinet IR Pedal 2018/01/11 20:52:17 (permalink)
    Well, its going back.  I couldn't find any useful setting, either bass or guitar.  Also the pedal kills some of the bright highs and seems to add bass.  My test was the Pedal Steel Guitar with a Bill Lawrence 710 pickup to a Hilton Volume Pedal to the CabDryVr unit to a Radial Pro D.I. box to my MOTU 896Mk3 Hybrid.  Checked the sound both with my JBL LSR308 studio monitors and with an Audio-Technica ATH M50X headset.

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    Re: DigiTech CabDryVR Speaker Cabinet IR Pedal 2018/01/11 23:54:20 (permalink)
    Sorry it didn't work out for you, would have been a cheap solution for you. Are you going to look at some of the other Cab pedals? I'm sure you would find what your looking for with the two notes Torpedo C.A.B pedal but that's $500 bucks. There has to be something out there that will give you the sound your looking for for recording direct. Good luck in your search.

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    Re: DigiTech CabDryVR Speaker Cabinet IR Pedal 2018/01/12 00:17:51 (permalink)
    I'm not going to go for the high $$ stuff.  Probably does do the job better but I don't need it that bad.  The price for the CabDryVr was worth the try.
     
     

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    Re: DigiTech CabDryVR Speaker Cabinet IR Pedal 2018/01/12 13:14:21 (permalink)
    fireberd
    Well, its going back.  I couldn't find any useful setting, either bass or guitar.  Also the pedal kills some of the bright highs and seems to add bass.  My test was the Pedal Steel Guitar with a Bill Lawrence 710 pickup to a Hilton Volume Pedal to the CabDryVr unit to a Radial Pro D.I. box to my MOTU 896Mk3 Hybrid.  Checked the sound both with my JBL LSR308 studio monitors and with an Audio-Technica ATH M50X headset.


    Just curious why did you use a DI box and not just go to a line level input on you 896? Did you try using eq to compensate for the high frequency loss? Have you tried your bass guitar through it?

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    Re: DigiTech CabDryVR Speaker Cabinet IR Pedal 2018/01/12 17:19:39 (permalink)
    I used a D.I. box because that is normally how I connect things and I used the best D.I. box I have the Radial Pro.  If I use the TRS input jack instead of XLR on the MOTU 896Mk3 Hybrid then it bypasses the preamp in the unit.  A low level "instrument level" isn't enough. I had the level control on the CabDryVr at max so it would equal the input signal level from the guitar. The MOTU 896Mk3 Hybrid does not have a high impedance "instrument" input like some other units. 
     
    In the bypass mode, the unit did not cut the highs, but when used it did.  The "Size" control didn't do much.
    Why would I want to try and EQ the signal?  If it can't reproduce the full signal (full fidelity), at least in the unit I had, I don't want it.  Maybe the speaker simulations were skewed because of the rolloff of the highs??
     
    I didn't try it with anything else.  I bought it primarily for my steel guitar.  Its gone, dropped off at UPS this morning. 

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    Re: DigiTech CabDryVR Speaker Cabinet IR Pedal 2018/01/12 21:03:32 (permalink)
    The Cabdryir clips if the input or output is too hot. I assume the red light wasn't flashing at all. Too bad it didn't work out. You'll find something i'm sure.

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    Re: DigiTech CabDryVR Speaker Cabinet IR Pedal 2018/01/12 21:34:44 (permalink)
    No, I never saw it clip, and the Lawrence 710 pickups are "hot" pickups.  
     
    I'm done looking at speaker sims.  This one sounded promising and the price was OK.  As previously noted I'm not going to go for a high $$ unit.  
     
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