Friedman 412 Vint 6402


The Friedman® 412 Vint 6402 is an official capture from legendary amp-modder, Dave Friedman; part of the ‘The Dave Friedman Collection’ of exclusive-to-Two notes DynIR virtual cabinets recorded at Sunset Sound Studios. It really doesn’t get any rarer than this! The Friedman® Vint 6402 is a faithful capture of the iconic ‘naked’ cabinet that has been a mainstay in Dave Friedman’s workshop since the very beginning. Acquired from the backline of a 70’s Laurel Canyon rock and roll legend, and “For What It’s Worth” it has no tolex so the bare wood resonates more musically and allows your amp to ‘sing’. This cabinet is loaded with a quartet of early 90’s “Greenback” speakers; these rare 6402 coned speakers are often considered to have a smoother tone than Celestion®’s current Greenback speakers. If you’re in the market for something a little special – dare we say it, a genuine piece of rock-and-roll history – you’ve certainly found it with the Friedman® Vint 6402.

DynIR Capture made by Dave Friedman from a Friedman® Inspired 4x12 Guitar cabinet.
The capture was made on a 4x12 Closed-back cabinet loaded with Celestion® G12M Greenback 6402 Cones speakers.

Microphones included with this DynIR Virtual Cabinet :

  • Dyn 421
    Based on Sennheiser® MD421
  • Rbn 121
    Based on Royer® R-121
  • Rbn 160
    Based on beyerdynamic® M160
  • Dyn 57
    Based on Shure® SM57
  • Dyn 7b
    Based on Shure® SM7B
  • Cnd 4050
    Based on Audio Technica® AT4050
  • Dyn 58
    Based on Shure® SM58
  • Cnd Fet 47
    Based on Neumann® U47 FET

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