December 6, 2000 -- Washburn International announces the Randall Isolation. Allows musicians and engineers to deliver the true sound of their instruments in a noiseless [that is, less noisy - mh] environment. Isolates your sound from ambient noise and effectively controls your tone in PA applications. For recording and live mic applications. A speaker is mounted in a completely closed, hinged cabinet with a microphone suspended inside. The cab has 1/4" in and outs (for looping purposes) as well as a mic out to go to the board. [2 mic mounts and 2 mic sockets on the plate, like the Demeter "stereo" option, would be better -- it enables running a condenser and dynamic mic to the board, with optional phase inversion, then mixing the two mics together, for radical shaping of the response - mh] No longer do you need to mic your guitar cabinet and expect the soundman to hear every other instrument on stage. Simply run a line from your guitar or bass head, plug it into the Isolation, and you’re ready to go. For recording, Isolation lets you record your amp full out, reflecting your true tone-- without waking the neighbors.
Two models are available: the Isolation 10 for bass, featuring an Eminence speaker, and the Isolation 12 for guitar, featuring a Celestion Vintage 30, or a Randall Jaguar Vintage 60.
Isolation 10: $399.90
Isolation 12 (Celestion): $499.90
Isolation 12 (Jaguar): $399.90
Computer aided design has enabled a "neutral" guitar or bass enviroment.
The ISOLATION 10 (for bass) features an Eminence Pro Series speaker
The ISOLATION™ 12 (for guitar) features a Jaguar Vintage 60 or optional Celestion Vintage 30.
Built-in casters and a retractable handle.
Get ISOLATION™ at a Randall dealer. Call 1-800-USSOUND for your nearest Randall retailer.
Randall Amplifiers, a Division of Washburn International
444 East Courtland Street | Mundelein, IL 60060
Phone: 1-800 US SOUND (877-6863)
OR 847-949-0444 | Fax: 847-949-8444
Washburn International World Wide Web www.washburn.com
Isolation boxes generally have a slight bass reduction, as heard by the mic, because bass waves are long, such as 16 feet, and can't fully develop in such a small space. - mh
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