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Celestion G10 Vintage Impulse Response Collection Debuts

The Celestion G10 Digital collection adds another speaker to company’s growing selection of impulse responses.

Ipswich, UK (December 10, 2019) — Celestion has introduced its G10 Vintage Collection of Impulse Responses.

The Celestion G10 Vintage is the next iteration of the Vintage 10 speaker, intended to provide original “British rock attitude with powerful and rich tone,” according to a company statement. Constructed using the same voice coil design as the iconic Vintage 30, the G10 Vintage emulates the company’s long-running 10-inch, 60-watt speaker.

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Intended to provide thick mid-range and a present bass, the Celestion G10 Vintage speaker adds a heavier, humbucker-type girth from single-coil guitars. Celestion suggests its use in singles to add warm tones to small valve combos or use in a 4×10 cabinet for a more aggressive, heavier rock sound.

The complete tonal range of the G10 Vintage speaker is available to download in the following classic cabinet configurations: 1×10 (open back); 1×10 (closed back); 2×10 (open back); 2×10 (closed back); and 4×10 (closed back).

The G10 Vintage impulse responses were recorded using three industry-standard professional microphones in six fully-adjustable locations around each cabinet arrangement, the full range of speaker tones are labelled within the Impulse Response files as Balanced, Bright, Fat, Thin, Dark and Dark 2.

As with the entire collection of Celestion speaker impulse responses, the G10 Vintage collection is available to download in .WAV format to ensure they are compatible with the majority of amp modelling software and plugins.

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Celestion IR digital downloads are available in uncompressed, industry standard .WAV format at 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz, 88.2 kHz and 96 kHz sample rates at 24 bit depth, in lengths of 200 and 500 milliseconds Once the files are downloaded and unzipped, users load the IRs into a convolution plug-in in their DAW or into other processing hardware.

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