Yes, sorry, another annoying "which dual pre-amp meets my requirements" thread.
Basically I wanna take acoustic guitar and vocals for some 60ies psychedelic folk
music. The only mic I´ll use for it is a Microtech Gefell M930
for vocals, the converters are those pro tools likes from the Emu 1212m. The guitar (Hopf Bronco XG 620) got an pick up installed.
So I spend the last weeks gathering information on Pre-Amps, and now its getting down to decision between following six in order of personal impression:
- Phoenix Audio DRS Q4
(problem is the price, and availability in Germany)
- Great River ME-2 NV
(price ever bigger when considered it has no EQ)
- Neve Portico 5012
(maybe the best compromise?)
- DAV Broadhurst Gardens No. 1 U
(could require additional warm up at least for the guitar, like the little Summit TLA 050?)
- PreSonus ADL 600
(also bit expensive)
- Groove Tubes Supre
(looks ****in ugly, and it is maybe bit to muddy?) The Phoenix
would be the greatest deal since seperate EQ are really expensive, and I don´t want to do too much editing with computer plugins. But its not easy to get one around here, and I don´t have much time or financial headroom for experiments.
A few suggestions from you? Thanks.