Stevens Brit80 Ace 412 Vint


The Stevens Brit80 Ace 412 Vint is an official Steve Stevens Artist Series DynIR captured from – and inspired by – Steve’s 1980’s Marshall® 4×12 cab, outfitted with vintage Celestion® V30 Drivers.

Brace yourself, we’re about to hit the apex of platinum-rated signature tone. This is the cabinet used for Steve’s immaculate tones on the Top Gun Anthem, Michael Jackson’s seminal Dirty Dianna and lest we forget, Steve Vai’s ‘Eat ‘Em and Smile’ sonics. No Holds Barred is an understatement! All the power, definition and clarity synonymous with one of the era’s most notorious cabinets is here: complex lush overtones, the formidable warm low-end, a rich punchy mid-range and a buttery smooth top-end. In short, if you’re in the market for nothing short of legendary tone, it doesn’t get more iconic than this.

The Stevens Brit80 Ace 412 Vint is part of the Steve Stevens Platinum Collection, captured via the iconic Neve® 8078 console housed in San Fernando Valley’s legendary Studio 606.

DynIR Capture made by Steve Stevens from a Marshall® Inspired Guitar cabinet.
The capture was made on a 4x12 Closed-back cabinet loaded with Celestion® 12" Vintage 30 speakers.

Microphones included with this DynIR Virtual Cabinet :

  • Dyn 421
    Based on Sennheiser® MD421
  • Rbn 121
    Based on Royer® R-121
  • Dyn 57
    Based on Shure® SM57
  • Rbn 4038
    Based on Coles Electroacoustics® 4038
  • Dyn 7b
    Based on Shure® SM7B
  • Cnd Tube 67
    Based on Neumann® U67
  • Cnd BE414
    Based on AKG® C414 EB
  • Cnd Fet 47
    Based on Neumann® U47 FET

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