Nice little Tweed amp in a world filled with High Gain monsters, Have used this on a few Americana tracks and they turned out great. I also am using it with my new Lap steel which I am teaching myself to play. Generally I slap the Devil Spring Reverb by Lost in 70s to give it just that little extra push, .Read Review
This plugin is a good sounding unit. Unfortunately, the effect is at his best when the high CPU is on. And it's very heavy on it. Good for a small session but if you have a large project it's unlikely that you will have it on. For free, it's the best sounding tube saturation unit I've tested and the equalizer make it a lot versatile and the saturation is warm and doesn't sound fuzzy or digital.Read Review
Not bad for being free. I'm skeptical that it really emulates what I think it's posing to be. Not especially characterful. I don't come back to it much. Not to say that it sucks by any stretch; it's a good EQ and gain-stager. It's an EQ going as a Redd channel strip for Halloween.Read Review
This plugin sounds amazing but comsumes enormous loads of CPU when at max quality. rendering is the solution. sounds perfect.Read Review
99% of "circuitry modelling" is promotional snake oil for a company to sex-up their conventional DSP plug-ins. It's easy to tell this isn't the case here, as this is one of the best tube simulations I've ever tried.
The proper circuit model brings my machine to a screeching halt, but the hybrid model is still very good - often I'll produce under hybrid, and then render under the model. This is an addictive "mojo" plug-in. Few others compare.Read Review