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Bill3107 Bill3107
Publié le 07/05/06 à 00:04
Trs simple installation
no bug notbr /> very easy to use

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Operating on the DSP cards of my creamware.
The food provided the plug Pro12 that matsreverb 2 pro. This is correct as far as we can remove the plug APRS taking guitar ...
Trs satble really on my nickel sysstme:
- Maps gnration creamware 1 and 2 (P2 and Pulsar1)

OVERALL OPINION

The SON !!!!!!!! I t bleuff as comparing with a real amp amp simulator (line6 with 2 HP), I prfre grain dynatube:
- Is not scratching your dnature
- Its really an analog, warm, round, prcis, although full spectrum Submitted
- Big advantage: zero latency and zero CPU (since it is the DSP who are working!), So it's exactly like having a real amp ....

Let's say I found the quality of my Vox ToneLab and more flexible because it RULES and keeps all the presets you want .... The crunch sound, clear, saturated it's great! For big sound mtal as often plug, must according to many - Specializes prvoir a big sound pedals mtal upstream.
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