since I think that the room (well, whatever it is: basement, walking closet, ... ) doesn't sound well (there's mirrors, glasses and panels reflecting the sound) I wanted to try something that was suggested by ClearSonic
. It's "panels" made of Plexiglass (Plexi? Haha...) that are used to shield the cabinet. There is a wide array of those for sale at ClearSonic but believe it or not, I wasn't able (in months!) to find a reliable source that would sell me the A3 panels (meant for a Marshall Half Stack cabinet, measuring 2'W x 3'H ). So I took those measures and contacted a Plexiglass laboratory here in Rome and had them made by them.
The same Plexiglass laboratory is making me a console to hold a huge Apple monitor to go with a multicore MacPro computer that I bought specifically for SoloDallas.net (my iMac is being now incapable of holding the processing power that I need to shoot videos and audio at the same time). So I asked them to also build me those ClearSonic-like-A3 panels (same measures).
While I still haven't found a way to place them correctly in front of my cabinet (I forgot to ask them to build "feet" on the panels, so the lie down in uncertain positions; furthermore, microphone stands have legs that stand in the way and other issues).
While waiting on one of my pictures to show you how I set them up, here is ClearSonic own panels and the way they are: