1.1 / Center Position ( SINGLE TRACKED )
The Closer to the center, the brighter the tone.
1.2 / Center Position ( DOUBLE TRACKED )
2.1 / Off Axis ( SINGLE TRACKED )
Though it's still centered,tilting "Off Axis"
creates DARKER tones.
2.2 / Off Axis （ DOUBLE TRACKED ）
3.1 / Edge Position （ SINGLE TRACKED ）
EDGE placement is a balanced tone
capturing the Low's and Hi's simultaniously.
3.2 / Edge Position （ DOUBLE TRACKED ）
4.1 / Far Position （ SINGLE TRACKED ）
FAR positioning works best with Condenser mics
but using dynamics can lead to interesting tones
4.2 / Far Position 12''（ DOUBLE TRACKED ）
5.1 / Rear Position （ SINGLE TRACKED ）
Rear positioning works best with open-back cabs
It allows you to capture deep Lows, but it lacks Hi's.
5.2 / Rear Position （ DOUBLE TRACKED ）
Now that I've heard what each position is capable of generating, It's time to get creative and ...
I really liked the LOW-END produced by the REAR POSITION
So let's see what happens when we blend it with the other positions!!!