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Discussion in 'Gear & Equipment' started by demorior, Jun 11, 2015.
Oops that's what I meant. Still higher would be better
When I had an Axe-Fx 2 I spent some time comparing the normal (1024), high (2048) and UltraRes IRs and to be honest telling them apart was difficult. There is a difference, but it's slight. 2048 is totally fine.
Don’t really care about most of it, but it’s a healthy update. The Stomp to Native compatibility will be awesome for me. Wish they would have spent some time on their shitty reverbs.
The new reverbs sound good but they are pretty effected ones. I also wish they would update the more basic ones.
I guess. They're so over the top I've never really tried to do much with them. They need to update plate, room, spring.....stuff people actually use that aren't in a shoe gazer band.
Big same. Just waiting on that tax refund. Lmao
Revv is definitely cool and surprising.
Kind of surprised we haven't seen a 5150 II (6505+) or an EVH 5150 III. Sure they have a Peavey 5150 but you gotta have all the 5150's--just cause. Heck, lets even get an Invective in there lol.
I think more surprising is the lack of Orange amps (they have an OR80, but I'd like to see some more--like a Rockerverb or Thunderverb).
Some Randall amps would be neat.
I'm also surprised that there isn't more Orange. Especially the Rockerverb. It's been modelled so many times, just not in the Helix for some reason.
I actually like that they don't try to add every damn variant of amps like Fractal does. I would rather see amps that have a unique sound to them.
I agree, but if they had some unique amps that would be killer. Previously mentioned Randall (T2, RG100ES, Century), Marshall 8100, KSR, etc.
Screw it. I gave in. Revv, Zendrive and Sansamp were too much to handle. Also I had some bonus points for my online retailer of choice so I got a decent deal
That's actually what they've been doing - going the unique route when they can. No one had a PRS Archon when they put it in. Same for the Cartographer - which is a heavily modified Traynor that belongs to their lead designer. Now, a "Grammatico" boutique amp along with the Revv 120. These are smart, differentiating choices.
I asked for a KSR eons ago, too, but I'm sure they're looking for the perfect nexus of uniqueness, affordability, availability, and maximum appeal to users.
Man I need to update my amp.
I'd love to see some Matamps because nobody seems to model those. Randall would be a great choice too.
YEah, they already have some cool offerings. I just really want some solid state ones too.
Also Line 6 does like Fractal does and models the actual circuitry of the amp. Seems like they need the actual amps on hand to do it.
yes the tone sounds so outworldly I love it.
When I had Amplitube, I remember the SVT4 being fucking awesome. It wasn't as gainy as the tube-modeled SVTs, but had this super tight and clear sound, and can get a little bit of grit of you cranked it.
Sooo someone know when we can expect the update? Helix camp has been pretty quiet lately
I wonder if they even know?
The closest thing to a "leak" I've seen was a few beta testers mentioning that they hadn't even seen it yet, and that was a few weeks ago. L6 is pretty tight with the NDAs, though, so who knows.