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Guitar Amp Simulators user reviews

  • Korg Ampworks Guitar

    Korg Ampworks Guitar - mooseherman's review


    This is a digital amp modeler. This thing cannot, unfortunately, be updated through a Mac or PC, however a MIDI controller can be purchased to control it more efficiently. This unit is not rackable. It has MIDI connections as well as a 1/4" input and…

  • Line 6 POD 2

    Line 6 POD 2 - songboy's review


    There is just about every effect you can think of for a guitarist on this unit including delay, compression, phase, vibrato, chorus, many kinds of distortion, etc...... This model cannot be edited by a computer, at least not traditionally. I think …

  • Vox Tonelab ST

    Vox Tonelab ST - moosers's review


    The Vox Tonelab ST is a multi-effects unit containing just about every type of guitar effect out there. It's got 1/4" connections for input and output and also has a built in tuner. The pedal has a tube inside of it, so the effects are at least run…

  • Avid Eleven Rack

    Avid Eleven Rack - mooseherman's review


    I stumbled upon this multifunctional device while I was looking for recording interfaces. I was using this primarily as the recording interface, since all I really had to record was guitars. The main selling point of this feature is that it is a very…

  • Vox amPlug Classic Rock

    Vox amPlug Classic Rock - mooseherman's review


    This is a miniature amp modeler, or a "headphone amp" if you will. It is simply a device that simulates the sound of a real amplifier in either headphones or larger speakers that use a 1/8" connection. It's not rackable or able to be edited with a co…

  • DigiTech Brian May - Red Special

    DigiTech Brian May - Red Special - moosers's review


    The DigiTech Brian May Red Special is a guitar effects pedal that is modeled after the classic tones of Brian May of the rock band Queen. I also believe that it was designed by Brian May himself, which would explain how well this pedal emulates his s…

  • Line 6 POD

    Line 6 POD - moosers's review


    The Line 6 POD is a portable amplifier simulator with all types of amp modeling capabilities and effects. This is made for guitar, but probably will work with whatever you would like to use it with. It is a digital unit with 1/4 inch inputs and outpu…

  • Line 6 POD X3 Pro

    Line 6 POD X3 Pro - Audiofanzine FR's review


    (Originally written by selvmord/translated from Audiofanzine FR) - Which effects or effect types are available? Plenty! Everything (and more!) is provided: multiple delay, reverb, modulations (flanger, chorus, phaser, rotary, octaver and o…

  • Korg Ampworks Bass

    Korg Ampworks Bass - M Elise's review


    This is an inexpensive budget level bass amp simulator with user friendly knobs and dials. It simulates a wide variety of tube and transistor bass amps and speaker configurations. It contains an effects section with all the usual varieties but only…

  • Vox Tonelab

    Vox Tonelab - M Elise's review


    This amp simulator is distinguished from the others by the fact that it uses a tube to help produce its sound. It models most every classic amp and speaker combination in the book. It also has all the basic effects you would expect. It has room fo…