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I find a certain irony to the obvious fact many users of a digital modeling preamp are apparently tube snobs. A model of a solid state amp would add to the tonal palette the 11R offers. You folks wouldn't vote for the Scholz preamp idea, the Roland JC120, or the Peavey Renown 400. Is there a solid state amp which would garner your support? What would you accept? Please post any ideas in response to this and maybe we ...more »
The 11R really needs at least one other chorus. The EHX Small Clone is very popular and has a unique sound (in other words it doesn't sound like a Boss chorus). While there doesn't seem to be much interest in a TC Electronics Chorus (you heretics), perhaps users will be more interested in the EHX version.
Since so many are voting against the Scholz, I figured I would give this one a try.
Since high gain is on so many wish lists, here is a request for another highly prized high gain amp.
A bass amp model is really needed for the 11R. Most guitar players using this as a recording interface are also recording bass lines. The SVT, with a matching 8x10 cab will cover a lot of ground in achieving classic bass tones.
Since this is a pedal few guitarists will have a chance to own, a model based on it would be an added bonus for the 11R.
Once again, we have something which is orange to model. Many pro level players use a DS1 from time to time. Perhaps Avid could model a Ds1 which has one of the popular Analogman or Keeley mods.
A model of an Orange amp really makes sense since the 11R is orange. Oranges seem to have a very dark tone which is unique to them.
A model of a Trainwreck would be nice and add a different amp flavor to the 11R. Also, given the scarcity and cost of a real Trainwreck, having a model of the amp would allow 11R users to experience a tone most guitar players will never have a chance to explore with the actual amp.
Certainly a classic and instantly recognizable chorus effect.
By far one of the most requested features when folks discuss the 11R on various internet forums. Many modeling units which attempt to recreate the Whammy really fall short. I believe the 11R has the needed horsepower to successfully emulate this effect.
This would technically be a preamp model (I guess). Those of us of a certain age remember these units. The sound, which some may view as dated, is certainly unique. I can't think of anyone else modeling the distortion of the X100 or Soloist. Units are readily and cheaply available (not that I believe Avid is a penny pinching group of tight wads, but you never know).