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FB2K has a VST framework plugin available, I believe... so if it's VST compatible, then it could work.

OK, so who's going to try the free demo software? I'm not a candidate since I'm in the clean and unmodified camp.

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OK, so who's going to try the free demo software? I'm not a candidate since I'm in the clean and unmodified camp.


If you're in the clean and unmodified camp, then you aren't a candidate for a tube amp either.

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If you're in the clean and unmodified camp, then you aren't a candidate for a tube amp either.

Only when playing electric guitar, a Marshall Stack would do very nicely, otherwise I can live without heaters.

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I'm in the clean and unmodified camp... my guitar is a Gibson SJ-200!

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I'm in the clean and unmodified camp... my guitar is a Gibson SJ-200!

Stratocasters and Les Pauls, loud and dirty.

Here's one, been modified.


Edited by StanD - 12/29/14 at 5:34am
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