JS Voice 212 1964


The JS Voice 212 1964 is an official Artist-Series Capture from Simple Plan’s Jeff Stinco, inspired by – and captured from – Jeff’s vintage 1964 Vox® AC30 loaded with original Celestion® T530 drivers.

You heard us right. Jeff’s AC30 was expertly captured with the highly sought after 60’s ‘vox blue’ speakers; the undisputed back-bone of quintessential Vox® tone and the aficionado’s “holy grail’ when it comes to sublime guitar sonics. These alnico magnet drivers are considerably less aggressive than their Greenback ceramic magnet counterparts, packing an exceptional response and well defined buttery-smooth high-end. Fuse this with a genuine 1964 AC30 cabinet – plus an exquisite mic selection – and the results are perfect for that one-of-a-kind clean ‘chime’ and super-smooth, full-range overdriven snarl.

Available as an individual DynIR and as part of the new-for-2022 “Jeff Stinco | Anthology” collection, the JS Voice 212 1964 has been expertly captured at MoonSun Studios in Laval, Quebec using pro-grade preamps, an exquisite selection of mics and Grade-A converters.

DynIR Capture made by Simple Plan from a Vox® Inspired AC-30 Guitar cabinet.
The capture was made on a 2x12 Open-back cabinet loaded with Celestion Silver Bell speakers.

Microphones included with this DynIR Virtual Cabinet :

  • Dyn 421
    Based on Sennheiser® MD421
  • Cnd 87
    Based on Neumann® U87
  • Rbn 121
    Based on Royer® R-121
  • Rbn 4038
    Based on Coles Electroacoustics® 4038
  • Dyn 7b
    Based on Shure® SM7B
  • Cnd Tube 67
    Based on Neumann® U67
  • DYN 56
    Based on Shure® SM56
  • CND 86
    Based on Neumann® KM86

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