Sono Included Cabinets and Microphones
In order to make Sono as flexible as possible, you receive 20 cabinets with Sono which cover a large variety of styles and tones, including bass cabinets allowing you to use Sono with bass guitars as well!
|Two Notes Cab
|Fender® Twin Reverb® 2x12"
|Roland® JC120 2x12"
|1965 Vox® AC30 2x12"
|72 Orange® with Celestion® G12H - Open
|Marshall® 1965A 4x10" Celestion® G10L-35 open back
|Marshall® 1960A 4x12 with Celestion® G12T-75
|Marshall® Slash Signature 4×12″ Celestion® V30 closed back
|Hiwatt® 2×12″ Fane closed back
|Ampeg B15 Portaflex BassFlex
|David Eden® 4x10"
|AER® Cab One 2x10"
|Inspired by Marshall® JCM900 2x12" Celestion® G12T
|Inspired by Engl E 412 Pro with Celestion® Vintage 30® Closed. Straight
|Inspired by Mesa/Boogie® Rectifier® Standard 4x12" Celestion® e V30 closed back
|Inspired by Vintage 70's Marshall® Artiste 4x12 with greenback Rola Celestion® G12H30 55Hz Closed
|Inspired by Vintage 70's Marshall® Artiste 4x12 with greenback Rola Celestion® G12H30 55Hz Open
|Inspired by Vintage 1961 Fender® Vibrolux® 1×12″ Celestion® V30 Open
|Inspired by Ampeg® B15N 1x15” CB Jensen® C15N, Vintage Ceramic
|Inspired by Ampeg® 8×10″
Along with this, you can also make use of 8 different microphones allowing you to capture the sound of your virtual cabinets using the various characteristics of different microphones.
|Two Notes Mic
|Dynamic microphone Shure™ SM57
|Dynamic microphone Sennheiser™ MD421
|Condenser microphone Blue™ Dragonfly
|Condenser microphone Neumann™ U87
|Ribbon microphone Beyerdynamic™ M160N
|Ribbon microphone Royer™ R121
|Dynamic microphonee Electrovoice™ RE20
|Dynamic microphone Shure™ Beta52
All these selections, along with the various rooms and tone controls of Sono give you a wealth of tonal possibility.
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