Neural DSP Quad Cortex / Archetype Plugins Thread

Gear Aquisition Syndrome is a serious disorder.... FX etc

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I’ll say it....

Vox is the undisputed king of amps.

Every single decent studio in the world has an “amazing old AC30”, and there’s always a suspiciously brief reference to it in the new album interview: “oh yeah, the studio had this old Vox that we used on a bunch of tracks.....”

Then you find out decades later that cats like Blackmore went out of their way to keep their boner for Vox a secret ....

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attractive looking etc...but those footswitches are very close together...and having to switch two simultaneously to change mode sounds like a real headache in the middle of a gig.And personally the lack of an expression pedal is a no-no.
Im sure it sounds fine....but that demo didnt seem anything special.
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So expensive though huh? Just had a look on the Andertons website, was surprised to see it has one of their BEST SELLER badges on it and 136 reviews :crazy:

I am definitely in the 'like it' camp but I don't think I could bring myself to spend too much over a grand on this kind of thing; am genuinely amazed at how many people drop serious coin on their effects/modeling units
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MiniForklift wrote: Fri Mar 25, 2022 7:24 am So expensive though huh? Just had a look on the Andertons website, was surprised to see it has one of their BEST SELLER badges on it and 136 reviews :crazy:

I am definitely in the 'like it' camp but I don't think I could bring myself to spend too much over a grand on this kind of thing; am genuinely amazed at how many people drop serious coin on their effects/modeling units
You can justify it in the whole "I've got hundreds of boutique amps inside this little box" kinda way, but yeah it seems like a big investment for something you spend all your time twiddling knobs with to adjust mic positions and speaker types rather than actually playing :lol:
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jeremyb wrote: Fri Mar 25, 2022 8:20 am
MiniForklift wrote: Fri Mar 25, 2022 7:24 am So expensive though huh? Just had a look on the Andertons website, was surprised to see it has one of their BEST SELLER badges on it and 136 reviews :crazy:

I am definitely in the 'like it' camp but I don't think I could bring myself to spend too much over a grand on this kind of thing; am genuinely amazed at how many people drop serious coin on their effects/modeling units
You can justify it in the whole "I've got hundreds of boutique amps inside this little box" kinda way, but yeah it seems like a big investment for something you spend all your time twiddling knobs with to adjust mic positions and speaker types rather than actually playing :lol:
Much cheaper to post on a guitar forum as your procrastination method. :mrgreen:
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hamo wrote: Fri Mar 25, 2022 8:22 am
jeremyb wrote: Fri Mar 25, 2022 8:20 am
MiniForklift wrote: Fri Mar 25, 2022 7:24 am So expensive though huh? Just had a look on the Andertons website, was surprised to see it has one of their BEST SELLER badges on it and 136 reviews :crazy:

I am definitely in the 'like it' camp but I don't think I could bring myself to spend too much over a grand on this kind of thing; am genuinely amazed at how many people drop serious coin on their effects/modeling units
You can justify it in the whole "I've got hundreds of boutique amps inside this little box" kinda way, but yeah it seems like a big investment for something you spend all your time twiddling knobs with to adjust mic positions and speaker types rather than actually playing :lol:
Much cheaper to post on a guitar forum as your procrastination method. :mrgreen:
Hey the forum is my procrastination instead of working, not playing :lol:
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I buy profiles for my Kemper - rather than profiling actual amps. That's where the Kemper really shines for me, it's really cheap to buy quality profiles of the amps I want. Are there a lot of quality profiles for the Neural DSP out there?
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That guy is way less annoying than Danish Pete

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griff wrote: Fri Mar 25, 2022 9:26 am That guy is way less annoying than Danish Pete
I actually can’t watch him, his mannerisms and over excitement just do my head in
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Yep, I'm the same

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MiniForklift wrote: Fri Mar 25, 2022 9:56 am
griff wrote: Fri Mar 25, 2022 9:26 am That guy is way less annoying than Danish Pete
I actually can’t watch him, his mannerisms and over excitement just do my head in
Yeah if I were Lee I would have have smacked Pete over the head with a Purple Sparkle Classic Vibe Tele. Repeatedly.
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I’m just not here yet for the QC.

I can’t see/hear any real improvements over Kemper or Helix.

The best it has going for it is 2 more cores than the Helix but with the same UI, the profiling from Kemper and the price of a Helix and a Kemper combined.

I’m probably just jaded after so much Darkglass overpriced hype.
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