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I didn't care for the delay / reverb pedals. They did not suit my ear. These seem quite pricey and limited.
For that price you can get an used hx stomp. For a bit less, an used iridium.
The pedals sound good (but there’s tons of stuff out there that will also get you those sounds), but it’s too much money for a unit with few features.
Still I believe these things will sell, after all the brand alone sells itself.
In this forum people seem to be way more interested in features, multiple paramaters, rather than a having a good sound.
The choise of amplifiers IMO tells a lot about the type of players/custumer they are reaching for also... But they really should have added a Plexi.
Each pedal offers different features/controls. One has trem and verb as well as two amp mods. Another trem, a second amp, a room, and two boost pedals. The third has a room, and two pedals.
Instead, UA made intelligent choices.
Those two are not mutually exclusive. I don't see how ease of use would be compromised here by having all three amp variants in a single pedal, instead of three $400 ones. It's a fair question to ask.
If this line sells well enough (which it likely will), i think higher gain amp variants are pretty much guaranteed to follow.
Yeah, if you look at them just as an amp-in-the-box type of pedals (which I suppose is UAD’s idea) then suddenly their pricing isn’t that bad and the feature set is bloody amazing.I'm viewing it more along this line, as opposed to an HX or fractal, then its a bargain
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If you get banned it's your own fault. And you're not fooling anyone, we know you're The Lo Lands.Ah, the UA hater again. It was you who made me banned a week from this silly forum, thank you for posting similar posts as I had a great off time. It seems TGP thinks if you buy digital gear it needs as many features as possible, quantity over quality? For folks like you there are enough alternatives but if you dig real amps with the common amp features these boxes make sense. I now have two Victory tube preamp pedals on my board which are similar priced as these pedals. Buying one of these I never have to worry about changing tubes and they do have more features and options like reverb and the OX cab modeling. Not trying to convince the conservative TGP crowd but these pedals make perfect sense to me, the only hesitation I have is that I have no real need for these specific amps, as well I don't need an amp modeler with hundreds of amps. The only one I might be interested in is the Ruby which is between the Victory The Copper I like buying one day. I'm a lover, not a hater ;-)