The Reactive Load in the Power Load® is what absorbs the output power of the amplifier connected to the Amp In jack, and therefore the volume of that amplifier. However, all the Suhr does is provide a line out signal, so you can't go direct to cab. Mon, Jan 08, 2018 2:02pm. Would it be better just getting the Mesa Cabtone and running that into Two Notes software for final adjustments or is that just a bad idea or waste of money since your using 2 cab simulators? Those IR’s are only good on Fractal gear...so I have to believe that Fractal isn’t too far away from coming out with the same. It’s easier to think of the Reactive Load … Hell yes! Never understood why people hang their guitars on the wall. Bringing them down to home studio level works great with both the Suhr Reactive Load IR and the Fryette Powerstation. Much preferred the powerload V1, which had the best clarity and crispness. In other words- I wasn't listening to the cab I was loading with, it was isolated in my live room, I was listening to the line out, into an IR in my computer, and then I'd disconnect the cab load and hook up each load box (or attenuator ) and could directly compare the sound of the loads that way to loading with the real cab (a /13 4-12" loaded with Greenbacks). What's wrong with the Torpedo Captor? JavaScript is disabled. I also have the Fryette Power Station 2. Aah, thankee much. Transparent? I just want to say thank you to everyone that has posted in this thread. The Gear Page is the leading online community and marketplace for guitars, amps, pedals, effects and associated gear.

It seems like they ALL do a good job. Hey, Doubtfire, say hello to the Queen for us. Looks like an outstanding unit! I now need a new Loadbox. About 5 years ago I was trying my webber mass line out into ir, and it was okay, not good. But Suhr they do not make anything bad andcthey got the whole package. It works great for low volume recording. I tried that with a Peavey Valveking 20MH I have, it works. Fryette Power Load vs Suhr Reactive Load - clip inside. Both do a fantastic job as as reactive load… New to attenuators, and love my big old dinosaur 100 watters. For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. And for the price it seems perfect. Not a lot of direct comparisons of these two devices... Pete Thorn did a full comparison in his video. ... They’re both great. OK. The power load is a smidget clearer and not as full but the difference isn't that huge. Not a big deal though. It's a little hard to understand the differences. New Suhr Reactive Load I.R. The Fryette Power Station does both in one (reactive load + power amp in one unit).

Pick the one you can use with all your amps. Got my Reactive Load last week to use with my PT100SE and have been using Redwirz. It have everything I need and nothing I don't just like the advertising says. BTW, I love the Suhr Reactive Load! http://thefretboard.co.uk/discussion/115582/normula1. Doesn't Pete use Neve 1073s and API 512 preamps racked up ? Suhr Reactive Load or Fryette Power Station as a Loadbox? The Suhr Reactive Load was my least favorite based on features and price... Also and the clips I have heard of the Suhr did not do it for me... Go with the Rock Crusher is my call. If a physical cabinet is connected to the THRU jack, the Reactive Load’s internal load is bypassed and the amp will see the load of the physical cabinet. View unanswered posts | View active topics, Board index » Rig-Talk Discussions » Rig-Talk, Moderators: smdb, Mailman1971, tfridgen, JackBootedThug, psycom, Users browsing this forum: FourT6and2, Google [Bot], IHateRap and 27 guests. The load is the most critical part of the equation. To be clear: neither are true attenuators though like the HotPlate, Aracom, STFU, etc. If you recall, what were the switch settings on the Fryette? View unanswered posts | View active topics, Board index » Rig-Talk Discussions » Rig-Talk, Moderators: smdb, Mailman1971, tfridgen, JackBootedThug, psycom, Users browsing this forum: FourT6and2, Google [Bot], Markedman, reilly and 23 guests, Just getting into IR cabinets and I'm using my Rockcrusher line out into my Daw. Yes, I used the search function.

Half the price of the Suhr... During the Covid19 period, we're running a "phone a friend" facility. Fryette is great, but presently I don't need those additions. I think I get it. An excellent video on the Suhr Reactive Load and IRs: These things all make unique, sometimes radical changes to the sound. Plus, just plug a 1/4" plug into the headphone jack, and it bypasses the speakers for silent recording. I love my reactive load but this is really the package I always wanted. Thanks. Both do a fantastic job as as reactive load… Thanks for posting this--been very interested in these two recently. Just curious, with the Suhr RL where did you have the di level? Looks locked. ", https://www.suhr.com/electronics/tone-t ... e-load-ir/, https://www.boss.info/global/products/waza_tube_amp_expander/, https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07L6N3NY6/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1, https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC20Ddh ... Npz_0wL9Jg, https://www.youtube.com/user/nitrobattery. https://www.thegearpage.net/board/index.php?threads/new-suhr-amp-and-reactive-load.1530761/, https://www.thegearpage.net/board/i...ing-xlr-output-quality.1797055/#post-23653420, https://www.thegearpage.net/board/i...er-station-video.1803283/page-2#post-23682265, Never understood why people hang their guitars on the wall. Fryette Power Load vs Suhr Reactive Load - clip inside, https://soundcloud.com/bste328/sets/rea ... on/s-phjpx, Re: Fryette Power Load vs Suhr Reactive Load - clip inside, https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC20Ddh ... Npz_0wL9Jg, http://www.soundcloud.com/blackheartapart. A darn good one at that! I'm trying to record silently, so Suhr for me. Reactive is much better in terms of feel and eq response,, though, I'll say the Two Notes VB-101 had some voodoo going on with it's resistive load because it felt great, just a little hyped in the top end due to the load … Which should I go with? You must log in or register to reply here. View unanswered posts | View active topics, Board index » Rig-Talk Discussions » Rig-Talk, Moderators: smdb, Mailman1971, tfridgen, JackBootedThug, psycom, Users browsing this forum: FourT6and2, Google [Bot], Markedman, reilly and 23 guests.

Bringing them down to home studio level works great with both the Suhr Reactive Load IR and the Fryette Powerstation. Might have to wait on that. Redeye -> Magic TS9 -> Soldano Avenger 50 -> Suhr Reactive Load-> Fryette Power Station Those two reactive loads were sent into LeCab IR loader with two Ownhammer IRs for left and right, one based on a Diezel cab, the other based on a Mesa cab. I will be picking one of these up. Just to hear a voice, keep in touch, etc. I'm running through my torpedo cab for a silent practice solution.

The Power station isn't really an attenuator. I have the one with the EQ, and it does a great job. Thanks for sharing this! Try the experiment I outlined above- I.e. I'll definitely look for some video on I though...interesting. If you are suggesting it responds just like a cab... No. One last thing- a fella emailed me the other day, saying he just wasn't sold on the load/IR thing, he got the Suhr and was using some IR's and said he's a busy pro, and he just wouldn't feel comfortable yet using the tones he was getting over traditional mic techniques. Load with a cab, but don't listen to the cab, isolate it in another room... Then listen to line out signal with a speaker sim. It’s easier to think of the Reactive Load … This way at least you know you are getting what actually hits a real speaker.