Matt Ouimet
mighty G

plugging in the Mighty G made me want to do 3 things:
1.record more instruments direct
2. replace what i thought were acceptable pickups
3. play more more more! (and get better)
The sound is as big as the item is small, this afternoon i made a very terrible “music”.
Everything was 1 take (well maybe 2), I played the same “song” (god it’s bad).
First with the Mighty G and the second was with a Radial JDI.
I went from the alternate di’s to the UAD pre and then to the Digi003 to pro tools never touching the knobs on the guitars. In protools I didn’t adjust anything except panning.
The first obvious thing is Volume, the second is dynamics, the third is use of the sonic spectrum, the MG had it all. what a joke the Radial is.
Word’s can’t express how terrible the Radial was in comparison, also words can’t express how great the Mighty G is.
When i showed Sarah the 2 versions of the song she too was without words, other than “really?….what? woah…….”
You can find the “song” (god i should have thought that part through more) through both di’s @ the sound samples page on the sage site just go to the folder and grab the 24 bits.

Incredible on many sources

Changed My Life

A positive and productive relationship

Sorry LR Baggs 😎

Just Love

Safely packed for travel

Amazing little devils

I use it on every direct track


Words can’t express how great the Mighty G is

They 'listen like a fan'

I carry them with me even when i am working in a neve room


You can hear the string vibrate

Favorite new mic pre

Flattering & Natural

Great people, great gear, great attitudes

Great sonic signature

Come highly recommended

Still Going Strong!

Grammy Nominated


Bova opamps helped immensely

No more blurry RCA opamps

My 'go-to' kick and snare pre

Music's Golden Age

Mic pre is 'unclippable'

The Bova Balls shine