Keith,There are a thousand answers to this seemingly simple question and all of those answers are going to depend on the artist, cabinet/amplifier type, mic, style, room size, need for fill or monitor output, etc.. I recently posted a nice little write up from Gibson that although written for the studio covers a number of questions often overlooked when micing guitars.What type mic? I use Heil PR 20, 30 and 40s whenever possible, and the old standby SM57 is still a good option. Plexi shields, cabinet placement, front/back mic technique, etc. all play a roll.http://forums.prosoundweb.com/index.php/topic,146551.0.html
Try a 906. The LF contour option might give back what you're losing in the case.
Lots of great suggestions and I shall try them all...well maybe most.Just did the same band, different player and amp with the combo amp pointing off stage instead of in a case.Mic on the edge of the cone. Better but not quite there.Will try a 906 and some various distances.Anyone have experience with the DI on the speaker line setup?
+1I've had multiple guitar players try and buy mine from me and several go out and buy their own after using mine. I own 4 and absolutely love them. They're the real successor to the 409.
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