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Virtual Tube Preamp (VTP)
Reviewed By Debutante
December 1st, 2018

Ten stars if I could for this most incredible algorithmic wonder. It's not the monotone flavour type of distortion/ exciter plugin. It sounds like it's doing may things all at once and is BY FAR the most natural sounding plugin I've come across in this category. It is a crime it goes so unnoticed. Painfully simple, gorgeous tone and crackle provided in such refined increment. You might normally line up several plugins to whittle this class of polish and control. The best.

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British Valve Custom (BVC)
Reviewed By smtlci
November 11th, 2018

I appreciate free stuff, but this falls well short of HyBrit by LePou, Mercuriall's Marshall preamps, or even Marshall emulation that comes with free edition of Guitar Rig. Isn't responsive, hard to clean up the sound and built in cab sim limits its versatility.

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Virtual Guitar Amp (VGA)
Reviewed By PaulRain
November 15th, 2007

Simply....the Virtual Amp!

User Interface:
It looks nice and simple, anything you need is there, like a real amp.

Sound:
It sounds is perfect.....I mean you can get all the sounds you what from an amp, someone said is not enough metal, all metal guitar player knows you need stomp boxes to get that sound, so put some effects before it.

Features:
The best feature to me is that you can switch the cabinet simulator off and use other impulses.......a big improovement should be to integrate an impulse loader right after the cabinet switch.

Documentation:
You don't really need a Manual, maybe only to get the registration right.

Presets:
Presets are not many but real amps doesn't have presets...:)
Anyway from the few you can have a good starting point.

Customer Support:
Didn't need any customer support....which is good to me.

Value for the money:
To me is the best money I ever spent...and really not much anyway.

Stability:
Never crash and very light on the CPU.
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British Valve Custom (BVC)
Reviewed By robogone
November 8th, 2007

This one is growing on me as I like what it does to the sound of my Tele. It's not too configurable, but it does a great job to sound like a tube amp. The appearance is good - not reminiscent of any other amps, but that is good, it has it's own look.

There aren't too many features, but you don't need them. The sounds is great and I for one don't feel the need to play with it too much, it sounds great out of the box. It's definitely got tube amp written all over it, and it just makes me want to rock out rather than do anything else. Having said that, it also has other uses, and I've used the out of phase sounds on my single coils with the gain turned down to get a really great sounding funk groove going.

There is a manual on the website, but I haven't had any contact with the company. It's stable and all you need to know is where your guitar lead plugs in.

As a free version of the full product this definitely gets a 10. I'm considering buying the full version which is a steal at $79.
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British Valve Custom (BVC)
Reviewed By markheath
November 7th, 2007

This is a great free tube amp modeller. It only models one amp, and doesn't have a huge amount of control, so it won't be useful for every project, but the sound quality is great for what it does (it certainly is up there as one of the best freeware amp modellers). Its based on a Marshall amp and gives some good heavy sounds. I wasn't able to get much I liked in the way of clean or crunch sounds though.

The gain and drive work together to control the amount of distortion, while the four other controls serve as a basic EQ.

I needed to put a noise gate before-hand to stop it amplifying the noise from my guitar, and you will probably want to add your own reverb / delays etc afterwards as it has no built in effects. Cabinet modelling is not necessary, as this has already been taken account of (apparently a 4x12 cabinet emulation is included).

It doesn't come with any presets, but there isn't too much to tweak so its easy to explore. It serves as a great advert for their commercial more fully featured amp modeller.
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