Thanks, I didn't knew that!The Line 6 Amplifi practice amps are priced at $399 and $499 for the 75 and 150 watt models.
Blackstar's new practice amps are $99, $149, and $199.
Amplifire will be $599. I'm getting one.
Griffin's new iPad interface (StudioConnect HD) won't be shipping until this fall. Focusrite's new iTrack Dock looks interesting.
Digitech and Zoom both introduced new low end multi pedals. New Peavey Vypyr Pro. New Yamaha THR5/THR10 firmware.
There is a long thread about our Amplifire pedal here on TGP that has good info:https://www.thegearpage.net/board/index.php?threads/1378105slugworth, great info, thanks! You mention that you are getting an Amplifire--I can't seem to find any detailed info on this unit, can you help me with that (specs, clips). Thank you again.
Assuming the modelling algorithms are designed well, the fact that there is a constant source (the physical microphones that they provide to which all the modeling is applied) would give you a more consistently accurate result. Seems pretty logical to me, but what do I know...Wearing my "I own a studio hat", How is the Slate different than the Antares Mic Modeler from ten years ago, other than Steven Slate says it's the best?
Yeah, I know. My secret hope was a Zoom B5, or at least an update for the B3 to allow more FX blocks. I was also really hoping that Blackstar would have entered the multi-FX market by expanding upon their ID/TVP tech.It's still a bummer that there is nothing new or even current for bass.
Focusrite's new iTrack Dock looks interesting.