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Front end all in one? Pendulum Quartet 2 -Avalon 737sp etc

Discussion in 'Preamps / Channel Strips' started by trock, Feb 3, 2005.

  1. trock

    trock Active Member

    Aug 20, 2004
    I am looking now to expand my front end chain. currently i have the M5 and 747sp into a TC M3000.

    I was wondering about the Quartet 2 but the cost is pretty high although i understand why after having talked to someone about it.

    that being said and i know this is subjective but has anyone used that and compared it to say a 737sp, or a stt-1, or just the Quartet??

    i basically want another sound for my front end with an AT4050 mic or a taylor acoustic

    or am i way off base with the quartet 2 in this capacity??

  2. sdelsolray

    sdelsolray Active Member

    Jul 5, 2003
    Portland, OR
    I might be confused, but whay would you want all the tools from a vocal channel to record a Taylor acoustic guitar?

    If it is vocals you are working with, then consider the Quartet I, which is about $2,500. Of course the Millennia Origin is a great preduct too. Both beat out the Avalon.
  3. trock

    trock Active Member

    Aug 20, 2004

    if you are referring to the STT-1 i have heard the exact opposite, in terms of sound, especially vs the avalon. however all is subjective to the listener

    unless i really missed something somewhere these are not just for vocals, since i have read many posts with people who use them for acoustic guitar as well, especially the 737sp.

    anyway i have found a couple other posts on here, one of which i actually replied to but had forgotten about and have found some other info on this

    thanks for the reply though
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