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Discussion in 'Gear & Equipment' started by Variant, Jan 21, 2011.
Bump, Anyone got one yet? or still waiting.
Nope no new ones :/
People are too distracted by a bigger scam.
It's sad to see, that there was no change :-/
I'd loved to own one of the PX'es time come, but the way this is going I don't even see them reaching ""production"" status unfortunately.
[the rest has already been said, like Mike getting external help would improve the situation, lack of communication making it look like a scam, etc]
Unfair as it sounds, I hope Mike sells the designs of to some company with better project management -.-
Fortunately my amp gas is cured for the next few years
You probably will find out if you search around, just keep an eye out.
i see what you did there, *after you explained it to me, derpa
I dont get it. Que the sad face
BRJ, he bolded the letters BRJ, but it was too subtle for me and/or my compooper monitor so i had to ask
Yep I get it now, before I only saw the B and J.
Hell, I'm sure a few guys would rather a BJ than a BRJ.
i saw that cumming a mile ago, hehe
Oh... I guess it's short for Bernie Rico. WE GETSES IT NOW PRECIOUS!
I'm gonna quit doing stuff like that now.
You should ALWAYS do stuff like that. Just don't elaborate.
Buy Axe-Fx or Kemper. Tone Match or Profile DAR.....done.
I'm sure there's a way to get pretty close. But I haven't found it yet. Especially in the "feel" department.
As has been pointed out, the problem there is the sheer variety of tones the DAR was meant to offer. Sure, someone could go to town with one and profile the gamut of sounds the thing could get. That'd be a lot of effort though.
It's doable. Someone managed to knock out like 80 profiles of the ENGL SE, and that amp has a ridiculous amount of tone shaping options. Honestly, I want someone like The Amp Factory to be the one doing the profile though. I'd rather give them money since I know it would come out right.