Having so much fun with this one.
Very versatile, incredible range of sounds and now quite complete if you ask me.
Can be smooth and subtle as well. Very silky. (Love the WARM algo).
Also great to have negative values in the envelope follower for pumping fx.
Thank you for the MKII, superb.Read Review
This is great Echorec emulation, probably the best from three Echorec-like-vst plugins I have. It only lacks scallable GUI, otherwise perfect. Worth the money.Read Review
I own a couple vintage versions of the muff pedal and an expensive clone of this specific model, and for a digital emulation this sounds great. It really captures the sound and dynamics in pleasing way. I had a lot of fun going through my DI into this pedal and then to a th-u amp emulation. I highly recommend this if you want to add an authentic fuzz sound to your digital arsenal.Read Review
Long overdue that this pedal gets a good sounding simulation.
Sounds good, nice, natural tone with some additional British bite, the additional voicing variations make it more flexible than the real pedal, also useful is the mix control.
I only wished that a Timmy and Zendrive II plugin in this quality also existed. (From my two other favorite overdrives, the OCD and Klon Centaur meanwhile fortunately at least some plugins are available.).Read Review
I must admit that I never have been a big fan of any Tube Screamers (independent of the version), although I liked the SD-1 to some extent. So I modified a real SD-1 to more bass and exchanged the silicone diodes to LED's, which made a much better sounding, more dynamically reacting pedal out of it.
The Green Reaper, especially in 316 and LAFF LED mode is the first pedal, which comes close to this sound.
I really like the idea of implementing differently modded versions / circuits, and they all sound good, very much depending on individual likes and with which other equipment you want to connect the pedal.
Also very helpful I find the global control section, especially the "to amp" switch and the "mix" control, which allow better adjustment.
The pedal also seems to work and harmonize well with some of my favorite amp sims, which is not always the case. Some gear sounds great alone or in specific combinations, but also can make things worse in other ones.
I usually don't use overdrive pedals very much, but this one seems to be able of improving the sound into a direction I like.Read Review
I personally love it, and keep returning for it whenever I need an "grainy" effect- it has beautifull, lush, stuttery, tonal grain presets- not too many, not too few, really a great selection and diversity. Also not CPU Intense. Tweaking is not that easy, somehow, I never got my head around it, even if everything is clearly labelled and all knobs are visible. But I am very happy with the given presets- for the price, one of the best grain VST on the market, if you just search something you can slap in your track and try out a few creative, musical options fast that are not too glitchy (like with most grain vsts).Read Review
Oktaver 82 is a little very useful tool to obtain a fantastic bass sound. You have a few presets that complete.
the product. Little price big satisfaction.
Paolo Siani.Read Review
I'm not a fan most of the free amp sims on the market, but this is a notable exception. I heard demos of the Marshall Lead 12 amp and was really taken with it (video below). When the L12X was released, I didn't realize it was a copy of the Marshall Lead 12 or else hadn't been exposed to the real one yet. I just tested this plugin and it warmed my heart. It's dry as dirt when you load it, so of course add some room verb if you want to experience it in a room and rival the sound in the real amp demo. But the distortion quality of this amp sim, even on the default setting, impressed me immediately.Read Review