Most of my CCV profiles thus far have been dual mic'd with an SM57 and Royer R121. I recently incorporated a Dynamount robotic mic stand in my studio and have been testing various positions with the 57 alone. It's pretty convenient to be able to control the positioning of the mic from the comfort of my desk. I generally work alone so it's always been a lot of up and down, back and forth, and trial and error when micing my cabinets.
I've also been experimenting with some different things to get the low end right. Here is a sample of a high gain CCV profile through a Friedman cab with a single SM57 on the Greenback speaker. Would love some thoughts as to the balance between the highs and lows.
The profile was not tweaked at all post profiling (definition came out set at 10). The guitar I used to refine and test is a Gibson Les Paul Standard with Suhr Aldrich pickups. Sounds huge through my CLR but would love some opinions with other setups. Thanks in advance.