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Tonestack by Yonac

For iOS (iPhone, iPad & iPod), Android, Windows Phone, etc. App and Hardware talk

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bigcraigie_1
KVRist
 
85 posts since 28 Sep, 2009, from Falkirk, Scotland

Postby bigcraigie_1; Sat Jul 05, 2014 12:42 pm Tonestack by Yonac

Anyone tried this yet? Just bought it but won't get the chance to play through it for a couple of weeks. Interface looks yummy and being able to have independant stereo fx chains is a welcome addition to iOS.

I really hope it sounds as good as it looks.
siriusbliss
KVRAF
 
2372 posts since 5 Dec, 2005, from Bay Area, USA

Postby siriusbliss; Sat Jul 05, 2014 2:46 pm Re: Tonestack by Yonac

I haven't bought it yet, but reports are that it takes some more tweaking to get a good sound, as compared to JamUp/Bias (which I own).
I've considered buying it just for the parallel effect routing capability, but I hear that the JamUp devs are working on parallel.

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Don't ask me, I just play here.
Invisiblesupermonkey
KVRist
 
32 posts since 22 Jul, 2012

Postby Invisiblesupermonkey; Sun Jul 06, 2014 12:08 am Re: Tonestack by Yonac

I have it and also got the mother load iap. For the basic introductory price it is superb (£2.99). Lots of usable amps and effects, sounds really good. It's true that you need to fiddle a bit more than with jamup to get the sound you're after, but with unlimited preset saves and basic filing options for your presets, it's worth the time hassle of setting it up. And the set up itself is easy with all the dials and nobs quickly to hand.

Plenty of highlights with the app from the models through to quality of sounds, but the real show stealer is the splitter pedal which mixed with unlimited (well, limited to CPU of ipad) amps and effects you can make some crazy multi amp sounds.

The mother load iap was quite steep in price, but no regrets. Currently my favorite guitar app. Just needs some more bass based amps which is an area still led by jam up.

I love jam up and bias. I really love tonestack.
Derek Buddemeyer
KVRist
 
460 posts since 13 Dec, 2011, from Alliance, NE

Postby Derek Buddemeyer; Tue Jul 15, 2014 10:07 am Re: Tonestack by Yonac

I really like this app....great tone...great effects...video demo coming soon. Really surprisingly good. The MotherLoad is well worth it
Rock On!
Derek Buddemeyer
KVRist
 
460 posts since 13 Dec, 2011, from Alliance, NE

Postby Derek Buddemeyer; Tue Jul 15, 2014 10:19 am Re: Tonestack by Yonac

Here's a quick sound lip of my custom "Dirty Licks" patch https://soundcloud.com/buddemeyer72/aur ... stack-test
Rock On!

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