The Fat Head II is a ribbon microphone (directivity at 8), ideal for guitar amps (you can edit sound, cash it without flinching!)
The sound is full and prcis a rgal! Trs, trs, trs near a Royer R121, but much cheaper ....
I also use it on brass (trombone, trumpet), the gum enjoyable due agressivit the instrument while keeping
the natural sound. Attention prvoir an anti-pop, the band does not like the effects of "wind" read at the lodge!
The pair is delivered in a suitcase with suspension and fixing bar for Blumlein-type recording Stereo.
Trs also works well over head on a battery.
I bought a pair of microphones Cascade such a few months ago and I'm really pleased.
The ratio quality / price is to go.
Cascade Microphones is a registered non amricaine distribution in France currently.
I use it for about 1 month.
Reviewed overhead for drums, guitar ampl, amplifier harmonica, vocals.
Like all ribbon microphones, the sound is warm, not too flashy highs and its roots a bit which suits me perfectly.
In overhead, you have to play a bit on the EQ to Resoort cymbals a little but nothing too bad. On a guitar amp, or harp is excellent.
On singing, you need a good preamp because of the relatively low level of the microphone but the record is interesting!
I plan to test the 4038 schools that are a cut above. I would go back to an update when I could compare. .
Value for money really good, they are not very expensive and very good quality.
I do it again without hesitation that choice!