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Two notes has the advantage to simulate also the power amp.Otherwise I tested some analog simulation: Palmer PDI 03 and ADA GCS-2. Quite similar. But the best is the one from a French manufacturer. There are tubes to create a slight compression:http://www.fredamp.fr/Products/144/275/FAC-Tube-Hp-Simulation HP = haut-parleur = speaker With analog simulations, you get a better feel in playing. But it’s a little less realistic when you record.<iframe title=”Fredamp FAC Tube Hp Simulation demo” src=”https://www.youtube.com/embed/dASyKe5eNzE?feature=oembed” width=”1200″ height=”675″ frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen=””></iframe>
That’s it, Palmer. That’s what I was trying to find. OK you just blew my mind and made my brain even more frozen on all this. Why do you feel the Palmer and similar are less realistic in the recording department vs the digital? Makes sense it would nail the feel right since zero latency here?