Really kind of amazed, it was well worth the full price. Many of the sounds you’ve heard on this blog (when not recording software that has its own built-in cabinet simulation in a demo context) have come from combining the software out there with these great cabs. All of the freeware demo clips that I do (including a few I’m working on for this week) use ReCabinet Complete 2.0. I don’t know why it’s on sale for such a steal, but apparently it has kicked up huge interest in the product and so instead of being just a limited-time offer they’ve turned it into a fully-fledged sale indefinitely.
There are almost 2,000 cabinet IRs in this package, with lots of great cabinet/amp choices, classic mics and multiple positions for each microphone. The Recabinet Modern portion has a mixture of 4×12 and 2×12 cabinets, recorded with both an EL34 and a 6L6 power amp for the unique flavor that each contributes to the sound, making it easier to match up the right cab tone for your real amplifier’s direct out or your amp modeler’s output. Recabinet Vintage is an interesting and very pleasant collection of IRs taken through the clean pathway of classic amps, lending a beautiful coloration that complements amp modelers extremely well.