Hi everyone, I know there are many topics similar to this, but it is my first topic here related to this spectacular equipment and I would like the opinion of all of you guys, so when I bought it, I used at first with a Yamaha HS8, one single-unit of this monitor , an excellent monitor very linear, however, I did not feel that "amp in the room" feeling as I played, I figured it was due to the fact that I was not pushing air like a guitar speaker because I was actually using a monitor. also has the fact that not always be in the "sweet spots" in an equilateral triangle in front of the monitors always to get a more correct feeling...
So I decided to go for an EHX Magnum 44 + 2x12 G12-T75 ... I'm a bedroom guitarist, I use it to practice and enjoy with quality so I do not need something powerful in fact, I do not take it professionally, so all that sound pressure .. the feel of an amp in the room .. responsiveness was immediate to me, it was very good
However, over time I have come to realize that the profiles sound very similar and dry with the G12-T75 precisely because of the color of the speaker, I understand and I imagined that I would go through something like this, i saw on many topics about it here, I understand that the 75's is not so versatile depending on the style so soon I do not have that same profile singularity when I used the studio profiles on the monitor.
Ironically, Marshall-based profiles tend to sound better ... more 'right', perhaps because this combination is very common like: Marshall Head's + 1960a .. 1922 .. anyway.
in your opinion , it would be more logical to take advantage of the profiles more fully and ideally, it would be to go back to the monitors? or switch the 75's to more "versatile" speakers that are more "friendly" with varied profiles?
I see you guys recommend many FRFR solutions around here, but in my country they are very expensive and most of them are not available, it is very difficult.
btw sorry for my bad english..