TOPIC: AC30 Please

AC30 Please 7 years 2 months ago #10475

MPH wrote:

jp91 wrote:

Same here. Only using AmpliTube for pedals now. Would ditch it entirely if S-Gear had a Tubescreamer.

I'm sure Mike is coming out with some Vox-style amp at some point, but I also think he could ask for a fee. S-Gear is so good already, it would just be fair if substantial upgrades such as new amps would be paid updates in the future. Unpopular with users, but absolutely justified given the quality that's on offer here.

Yes, I think it's time for Mike to start charging for major updates!
+1! More than happy to pay for new amps :rock out:
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AC30 Please 7 years 2 months ago #10477

I dont think its fair to say ditch A3 altogether. The Orange and Engl are are very good.

Don't get me wrong. I like it. It's just that I want to keep things simple when putting together a live rig. For recording, totally different story.
To be honest, I haven't tried the Engl stuff yet. And I've never been an Orange guy, either.

In an ideal world, there would be an all-in-one solution, but what can you do...
I'm getting pretty close with Bidule as VST host, Amplitube for pedals and S-Gear for amps, reverb/delay and cabs. Simple enough. Great tone.
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AC30 Please 6 months 3 weeks ago #23251

Hi folks.

This was six years ago. Is there a Vox amp yet?
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AC30 Please 3 weeks 2 minutes ago #23659

A Vox AC30 amp model would be very welcome
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