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    Not to my liking...

    by S. Woolgar . 3 out of 5 stars

    I feel like the dynamics are just not the same. I prefer the many other amp sims I have, despite them not being on the DSP chips.

    I wish I had tried this before buying.


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    works

    by M. Olsen . 3 out of 5 stars

    I'll be honest, I have never been a fan of the native versions of Softube's amp emulations (on the other hand I'm a huge fan of their CL1B and Trident plugins), but I needed a zero-latency distortion effect just so I could lay down direct/clean tracks for distorted guitar with the right feel. Once the clean input is tracked, I mix with another plugin.

    Now that the drama is out of the way, I will say it is wonderful to have a decent emulation in realtime paired with my Apollo. I'm not a guitarist. I'm a producer learning guitar who needed a way to get a good vibe on clean input. I'm very happy with the purchase.


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    Good on bass

    by N. Ozhiganov . 3 out of 5 stars

    On bass its pretty good blended with line signal, but not for guitar, i think. Maybe i buy native plugin it cost $80 now on sale, and it has AAX native format what i need . UAD platform for better plugins. When I wrote in UA last year's poll that I want guitar processing I was hoping for the best.


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    Softtube

    by D. Gaschen . 3 out of 5 stars

    Why do you dont make your own AMP Sim. I'm shire that will sound much better!!


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