In this video I play a 4x12 speaker cabinet and then I disconnect 3 out of 4 speakers to see if it still sounds like a 4x12. I'm using a 1971 Marshall 1960B with 1973 G12M25 75Hz Pulsonic Greenbacks in it. These speakers are really expensive so if it's enough to get one of those and a 4x12 box for recording it would be good news to many. Furthermore the classic 4x12 tone is a bit bassy and sometimes a bit muddy why this arrangement could be a good recording trick. Check out the video and let me know what you think!
1977 Marshall Super Lead/Bass
Amp circuit explained here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=69hW19d3tx0
1971/73 Marshall 1960B 4x12
2018ish Epiphone Amos Flying with a 1970s Dimarzio Super Distortion
Unidyne IV 548 close mic
AKG C451E room mic
TC Studio konfekt 48 Preamps and Sound interface.
MacBook Pro/Cubase 9.5
Powerbreak attenuator -8dB