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How much was it selling for? I mean, is this a bargain? ( I know, free is "always" a bargain) I mean, is this worth it? :P

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Larry i have the lite version is it different ?

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1 hour ago, Zo said:

Larry i have the lite version is it different ?

They are the same. The LE is (Lite Edition), which was also offered as a Focusrite freebie a while back.

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11 hours ago, Carlos said:

free is "always" a bargain) I mean, is this worth it?

I grabbed it to try it out. I won't get to try it till tonight though.

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useless , i remeber why i didn't installed it on my main rig, basically since going V2 , i lost a lot of stuff i could do ij V1 like editing cabinet ect ...now you have access to amps and preamp ..that's all

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I'd say it's very worth it if you play guitar. One thing I wish I had known is Bias FX is kinda the flagship product. Bias Amp is more for tweaking the circuit of the amp. Both are fun. Bias FX is more for tweaking your whole signal chain.

I bought Amp and then FX. Kinda wish I had reversed that order. Mostly I wish it was all one thing.

Somehow I ended up with all three Bias Pedal stuff for free over time. (Distortion, modulation, delay) Bias Pedal is also more for tweaking the pedal circuit. You can use your gear from Bias Amp and Bias Pedal in Bias FX

ETA: I also think they sound pretty damn good. Super fun for a guitar player

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7 minutes ago, RSMcGuitar said:

I'd say it's very worth it if you play guitar. One thing I wish I had known is Bias FX is kinda the flagship product. Bias Amp is more for tweaking the circuit of the amp. Both are fun. Bias FX is more for tweaking your whole signal chain.

I bought Amp and then FX. Kinda wish I had reversed that order. Mostly I wish it was all one thing.

Somehow I ended up with all three Bias Pedal stuff for free over time. (Distortion, modulation, delay) Bias Pedal is also more for tweaking the pedal circuit. You can use your gear from Bias Amp and Bias Pedal in Bias FX

ETA: I also think they sound pretty damn good. Super fun for a guitar player

Versus amplitube or th3 , whats your take ?

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34 minutes ago, Zo said:

Versus amplitube or th3 , whats your take ?

I agree with RSM....wish I had know about the flagship product and we ALL wish it  was 'one thing product' (like TH3).

I'm very happy with TH3 and do go to that as well as Amplitube4, but I have to say that Bias AMP2 Elite with FX2 Elite have an edge over the others. The tones to me sound more beefier/fuller (better responsiveness) and there's soooo much available in the tweaking dept. After my recent upgrading of  Amp2/Fx2, they have been my go to....very happy customer.    

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3 minutes ago, Mesh said:

I agree with RSM....wish I had know about the flagship product and we ALL wish it  was 'one thing product' (like TH3).

I'm very happy with TH3 and do go to that as well as Amplitube4, but I have to say that Bias AMP2 Elite with FX2 Elite have an edge over the others. The tones to me sound more beefier/fuller (better responsiveness) and there's soooo much available in the tweaking dept. After my recent upgrading of  Amp2/Fx2, they have been my go to....very happy customer.    

not to much ? for a non GTR player ? my only grip with Amplitube is the redundancy ...i'm finding a lot of old unofficial and now official models and the routing witch is not flexible at all ..

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Sounds pretty good to me, especially for free.  😀 Time will tell if I upgrade or not.

My favorite amp sim is the one that sounds best for the particular track and song I am working on 😉

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On 9/11/2019 at 2:31 PM, Zo said:

Versus amplitube or th3 , whats your take ?

I like amplitude too. It's a little newer, so it feels newer to use. Both can sound pretty great really.

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1 hour ago, RSMcGuitar said:

I like amplitude too. It's a little newer, so it feels newer to use. Both can sound pretty great really.

I. e found that i take a lot of time creating the illusion of a real acoustic take in amplitude versus PA or TH3 , i guess what people say about the cabinet not being that great is real , exept for the last release ... i feel the reality in this ...

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1 hour ago, Zo said:

I. e found that i take a lot of time creating the illusion of a real acoustic take in amplitude versus PA or TH3 , i guess what people say about the cabinet not being that great is real , exept for the last release ... i feel the reality in this ...

It's pretty amazing what you can do in the new(ish) mic/cab/room area in Amplitube. I'm sure people with the skills and space can better recorded sounds from a regularly mic'd amp, but for those of us pootling around at home, Amplitube lets us do some great things.

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