The Bert Meulendijk Signature IR Pack Clean is the outcome of a collaboration between Bert Meulendijk and Drums & Tones. Together, we embarked on a quest to find the best Guitar Cab IR’s that would accurately represent Bert Meulendijk’s signature guitar sound. Delving deep into the Drums & Tones IR vault, we experimented with various guitar cabs, different speakers, and an array of microphones. The result is a collection of 25 top-notch IR’s meticulously designed for clean guitar tones.
The intention behind these IR packs was not to overwhelm you with countless microphone and cab options. Based on our experience, we understand how easy it is to lose yourself in the sea of choices, spending hours on mic placement and endlessly searching for the perfect tone. Instead, we focused on creating the absolute best IR’s for (high)gain and clean guitar sounds, offering enough options to help you discover your killer tone instantaneously.
Load them up into your Kemper or utilize them in your studio!
Having said that here is a little overview of the cabs, speakers and microphones used in this pack.
Guitar Cabs Used:
- Bogner V30
- Marshall 1960A V30
- Orange V30
- Mesa Boogie Oversize V30
- Mesa Boogie Road King V30/C90
- Mesa Boogie Traditional V30Speakers Used:
- Celestion Greenback
- Celestion Creamback
- Warehouse ET90
- Eminence Texas Heat
- Eminence GB128
- Eminence Manowar
( All these speakers where loaded in a 4×12 cab in order to create Ir’s)Microphones Used:
- SM57, several different vintage and modern microphones SM7B, several different microphones
- 421, several different vintage and modern microphones 47 Tube microphone
- 67 Tube microphone
- Oktava 012 small diaphragm condenser microphone Lewitt large diaphragm condenser microphone Golden Age – – Projects – R1 Active Ribbon microphone 121 Ribbon microphone
- 414 Large diaphragm condenser microphone
- SE8 Small diaphragm condenser microphone
The cab particular cab Ir.
titles in the pack itself give a basic idea of what cab/speaker combination was used for the
Like we said, we believe cab names and microphones can distract you from finding the right sound. You would be picking mics and cabs with your eyes instead of your ears. In the end it doesn’t matter what mic or cab you use as long as the tones are sick.
Bert Meulendijk, Drums & Tones