Academy Dashboard Forum Studio Gear Talk Lewitt LCT-240

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    Rich Zei

      Hey gang,
      Do any of you have any real world experience with these? I know Warren uses the 540's and the pencil condensers (340's?). I need to add something to the mic locker and am seriously considering a pair of these. I have a line on the pair for $250USD and was wondering if they work well on things like Bass Gtr cabs or smaller Electric gtr cabs, maybe on the outside of a kick or for congas/rack toms or horns(not that I record many horns, but one never knows).

      I am fairly confident that they will be fine for acoustic gtrs and Vocals.



      Chris Lalka

        I just received mine in the mail. Hopefully, I can try out bass, small guitar amps and shakers in the next week or so.
        I'll see if I can post my results.

        Note: I don't have a BAE 1073 or other higher end preamp. I only have Roland and Focusrite audio interfaces.
        I've been thinking about springing for the BAE since I like the sound Warren's been getting. I'm also looking at the Focusrite ISA One. It looks a little more flexible and can record both a mic and line/DI simultaneously. And it costs less than half of the BAE. Hmmmm, what to do, what do?! lol

        Rich Zei

          Sooo How did it go with the 240?

          Warren Huart

            Hi guys! So just so you know I'm getting Lewitt to do a special price for all us, I've never made any money from them, always just promoted them because I believe in amazing value for money products! I'll make the announcement as soon as I get all of the details finalised! Have a marvellous time recording and mixing, many thanks Warren

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