is an Amp Simulation.
Use your own effects in front for a
solid-state clean jazz vibe or throw in a distortion
pedal to bring out the true character. The amp is
naturally bassy and the M (middle) dial seems to
give the most audible affect on the sound when
cutting/boosting. There is a bit of compression
built in so that when pushing the amp too hard it
will squash the sound rather than give you those
ice-pick highs. There is no cabinet simulation so
you will need to use your own (IR) loader.
is an Overdrive Pedal Simulation that "has a mind of
The push knob will add gain to your
signal and when rotated clockwise will add a subtle
chorus effect which adds some dynamics to your
string attack through your chosen amp. The pull knob
when at its lowest value will give a lo-fi character
to your sound, and when rotated to maximum and in
between will bring your sound closer or farther in
tonality. With both knobs near their 12 o'clock
positions (maybe even touching the smaller dotted
orbit line) the pedal offers a nice vibe to your amp
keeping the sounds in peaceful orbit.
is a guitar pedal simulation.
Throw it in front of your favorite
amp to give it a jolt. A simple tone knob either
lightens or darkens the sound, while the boost knob
pushes the amp into its sweet spot. Dime the knobs
for an all out assault, or use the power judiciously
to sculpt to your flavor of overdrive.
is an amp simulation.
Small and mighty, this amp offers a
fixed mid voicing yet a very responsive bass and
treble EQ. Keep the drive and volume low for cleans,
or push both to taste the dirt. This amp also
responds well to pedals allowing you to shape the
tone to your own.