Two Notes Audio Engineering Torpedo C.A.B. Digital Speaker Cabinet Simulator Pedal
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The very first stompbox-style Impulse-Response Loader!
The Torpedo C.A.B. is a high-end cabinet simulator in a stompbox format. It is not a loadbox, but it does include all the great features of the Torpedo Live, together with an input stage specifically tailored to accept pedal-level signals.
The Torpedo C.A.B. features 2 user-assignable footswitches. Assignable functions include Preset selection, Bypass, Mute, EQ On/Off and more. Musicians equipped with MIDI rigs will be able to remote-control the Torpedo C.A.B. via MIDI.
Two Notes knows you love those little effects stompboxes and they definitely want you to use them with the Torpedo C.A.B. Place it at the end of your effect chain and all need to carry your amp will be gone. Plug it into the PA and you will be ready to go with a great sound.
Power amp simulation
Four tube types: EL84, EL34, 6L6, KT88
Two different circuit topologies: classe A / single ended, classe AB / push pull
Two different modes: pentode, triode
Settings: Volume, Presence, Depth, Pentode / Triode switch
Available guitar cab models
2Notes CSG: Two Notes Custom 1√ó12‚Ä≥ ElectroVoice EVM12L
Alichino: Cornford Harlequin 1√ó12" OB Celestion Vintage 30 UK
Angl VintC: Engl 4√ó12‚Ä≥ Celestion V30
Bayou: Jenkins Sound Lab 2√ó12" OB Eminence Patriot Swamp Thang
BDeLuxe: Fender Blues Deluxe 1√ó12‚Ä≥
Blonde 63: Fender Bassman '63 Blonde Tolex Piggy Back 2√ó12‚Ä≥
Brit 65C: Marshall 1965A 4√ó10‚Ä≥ Celestion G10L-35 closed back
Brit 65O: Marshall 1965A 4√ó10‚Ä≥ Celestion G10L-35 open back
Brit Std: Marshall JCM900 2√ó12‚Ä≥ Celestion G12T
Brit VintC: Marshall Slash Signature 4√ó12‚Ä≥ Celestion V30 closed back
Brit VintO: Marshall Slash Signature 4√ó12‚Ä≥ Celestion V30 open back
Calif C90: Mesa/Boogie 1√ó12‚Ä≥ Celestion C90 (Black Shadow)
Calif StdC: Mesa/Boogie Rectifier Standard 4√ó12‚Ä≥ Celestion V30 closed back
Calif StdO: Mesa/Boogie Rectifier Standard 4√ó12‚Ä≥ Celestion open back
Can Abyss: Supro Clone 1√ó12" OB Eminence Patriot Cannabis Rex Hemp Cone
Eddie: Peavey 5150 2√ó12‚Ä≥ Sheffield 1200
Feline: Bad Cat 2√ó12" OB Celestion Bad Cat Proprietary
Ferret: Suhr Badger 2√ó12" OB Warehouse Veteran30
Forest: Elmwood 2√ó12‚Ä≥ Celestion V30
Free Rock: VHT Deliverance 4√ó12‚Ä≥ Eminence P50E
Free Rock2: VHT Deliverance 2√ó12‚Ä≥ Eminence P50E
Green Tri: Hughes&Kettner Triamp 4√ó12‚Ä≥ Celestion Greenback
Jazz 120: Vintage Roland JC120 2√ó12‚Ä≥
JubilGreen: Marshall 2550 2√ó12‚Ä≥ Celestion Greenback
JubilV30: Marshall 2550 2√ó12‚Ä≥ Celestion V30
Kerozen: Diezel 4√ó12‚Ä≥ Celestion V30
Monarch: Tone King Galaxy 2√ó12" OB Tone King 33‚Ä≤ Custom Designed
Prime A: Divided by Thirteen FTR37 2√ó12" OB Celestion Blue & G12H30 70th Anniversary (mic G12H30 side)
Prime B: Divided by Thirteen FTR37 2√ó12" OB Celestion Blue & G12H30 70th Anniversary (mic Blue side)
R2D2: Musicman 112 RD 1√ó12" Electro-Voice EVM12L
RackHero: Custom Audio Amplification 4√ó12" CB Alien Transformer 20W Greenback clones
Silver77: Vintage Fender Twin Reverb 2√ó12‚Ä≥ orange JBL
SilverJen: Vintage Fender Twin Reverb 2√ó12‚Ä≥ Jensen C12K
StrongBack: VHT Fat Bottom 4√ó12‚Ä≥ Eminence P50E
The One: Brunetti Neo1512 1√ó15‚Ä≥ + 1√ó12‚Ä≥
Twill 15: Clark Tweed Replica 1√ó15" OB Jensen 1959
Vibro Utah: Vintage 1961 Fender Vibrolux 1√ó12‚Ä≥ original Utah speaker
Vibro V30: Vintage 1961 Fender Vibrolux 1√ó12‚Ä≥ Celestion V30
Voice 30: Original Vox AC30 JMI 2√ó12‚Ä≥ Celestion "Silver Bell"
Voice 65: 1965 Vox 2√ó12‚Ä≥
VoiceModrn: Vox V212H, 2√ó12‚Ä≥ Celestion Alnico Blue
Watt FanC: Hiwatt 2√ó12‚Ä≥ Fane closed back
Watt FanO: Hiwatt 2√ó12‚Ä≥ Fane open back
XTCab: Bogner 4√ó12‚Ä≥ Celestion V30
2Notes CSB: Two Notes Custom 1√ó15‚Ä≥
Alu XL: Hartke XL 4√ó10‚Ä≥
AZ Ben: SWR Big Ben 1√ó18‚Ä≥
AZ Work: SWR WorkingMan 4√ó10‚Ä≥
Calif Low: Mesa/Boogie 2√ó10‚Ä≥
Fridge: Ampeg 8√ó10‚Ä≥
Heaven Bot: David Eden 1√ó15‚Ä≥
Heaven Top: David Eden 4√ó10‚Ä≥
Marco: Markbass 2√ó10‚Ä≥
New York: Markbass 4√ó6‚Ä≥
Rea One: AER Cab One 2√ó10‚Ä≥
Voice V125: Vox V125 2√ó12‚Ä≥
WGrandBlvd: Ampeg B15N 1√ó15" CB Jensen C15N, Vintage Ceramic
8 studio microphones
Ribbon 121, based on Royer R121
Ribbon 160, based on Beyerdynamic M160N
Dynamic 57, based on Shure SM57
Dynamic Bass52, based on Shure Beta 52
Dynamic 421, based on Sennheiser MD421
Dynamic Bass20, based on Electrovoice RE20
Condenser 87, based on Neumann U87
Condenser Knightfall, based on Blue Dragonfly
- Input stage specifically designed to accept pedal-level signals
- Speaker & miking simulation powered by Torpedo technology (32 slots, and over 45 cabs available)
- 96 kHz / 32-bit float signal processing
- 3rd-party IR compatible (512 available slots)
- Included 5-band EQ with guitar and bass modes
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Torpedo C.A.B. Digital Speaker Cabinet Simulator Pedal Specifications:
- Dimensions (W x H x D): 7" x 2.2" x 5"
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- Compact Design
- Download Own Cab Irs
- Excellent Sound Quality
- Tube Preamp And Pedals
- Use Own Pedals And Preamp
- Dual Line Outs
- No Dual Line Outs
- No Integrated Loadbox
- Amateur Recording
- band practice
- Home Studio
- Keeps Stage Volume Low
Comments about Two Notes Audio Engineering Torpedo C.A.B. Digital Speaker Cabinet Simulator Pedal:
I use this on my pedalboard for live performance. The front end of my rig is a Randall RM4 modular preamp rack and a smorgasboard of my favorite pedals. I was able to ditch my RT2/50 beastly power amp and speaker cab.
I'm still figuring out how to integrate my midi foot controller into the C.A.B. to automatically pick the right power tube emulation based on my preamp selection, like I had set up with the RT2/50. I'm also itching to try the 4CM with my G-system to experiment with placement of the Fx and C.A.B.
Like the name implies, this really is an extremely portable cabinet-(and power amp)-in-a-box. While it is designed primarily for live use, it also produces stellar recordings. The Torpedo Remote software allows for detailed tweaking. The purchase of the C.A.B. also includes access to all Two Notes cabs in the Wall of Sound III DAW plug-in for serious studio recording.
For small venues and worship where it is essential to control the stage voulme, the C.A.B. produces excellent sound to the FoH; a small FRFR powered monitor or in-ear monitors still let you hear "your sound" without fighting with the sound guy. You'll need to add a line splitter or use the "through" on your monitor to accomplish this. If your monitor has a pad cut you could also use the headphone out to connect a monitor, but I didn't like the way this sounded. I still don't know why the Two Notes "live" products don't have dual line outs yet.
While there are other DI boxes with speaker emulation, they are toys compared to the sound quality of the C.A.B. It really gets down to the quality of the IRs and the modeling of the Power Amp section. Instead of a static cardboard feel, the C.A.B. really does feel responsive to pick attack and other playing dynamics.
The only downside is the need to have a separate loadbox if you want to use only the cab simulation coming straight out of a tube amp head. However, Two Notes has other products for this purpose and for live use, unlike me, you probably wouldn't want to haul around your tube amp anyway.