Mesa/Boogie Cabclone Speaker Cabinet Simulator and Load Box at a Glance:
Easily interface your guitar amp with your mixing console or recording rig
- Easily interface your guitar amp with your mixing console or recording rig
- Minimize the size of your rig, not your tone
- Built tough for long-term reliability
Sure, your 100-watt tube amp sounds awesome when it's cranked up, but that's more volume than most small stages and clubs can take. Plug it into the Mesa/Boogie Cabclone, and you can run the XLR DI output direct to the mixing board instead of trying to mic up a roaring speaker cabinet. You'll have less volume on stage which will lead to a cleaner overall sound, and you can crank your amp without melting the faces of your audience.
Minimize the size of your rig, not your tone
Guitarists at Mesa Boogie know that your speaker cabinet is a big part of your tone, but we also know that you spend a lot of time and energy getting that beast to and from gigs. In your studio you may hook up your cabinet to the Cabclone and record both the Cabclone's direct output and your miked cabinet, but for live gigs you don't need to have your cab connected to the Cabclone. Just grab your amp head and Cabclone, and you're ready for your show.
Built tough for long-term reliability
In typical Mesa/Boogie fashion, the Cabclone speaker simulator is built tough as nails to survive your most demanding gigs. There's a handy, removeable tilt-back stand built right in so you can place it over the handle on your amplifier head. And it's a completely passive design, so you won't need to keep track of a separate power supply. As a gigging companion, the Cabclone is much easier to deal with than a full-size speaker cabinet.
Mesa/Boogie Cabclone Speaker Cabinet Simulator and Load Box Features:
- Speaker cab simulator and load box for guitar amplifiers rated at 8 ohms
- For use with guitar amplifiers rated up to 100W
- Lets you select between open-back, closed-back, and "vintage" speaker cabinet emulations
- Allows you to play your amplifier head without a speaker cabinet connected
- Makes it easy to connect your guitar amp directly to a mixing console, mic preamp, or recording device
- Headphone output defeats line outputs for silent practice