#3
Quote by mmolteratx
It works but it sounds terrible.

It sounds fine if you know how to work it.

I've never used the bypass though, I assume that means bypass all the models?

I'd suggest just getting a good clean tone that you like with a model and use pedals for effects/distortion if you want.
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#4
Quote by MatrixClaw
It sounds fine if you know how to work it.

I've never used the bypass though, I assume that means bypass all the models?

I'd suggest just getting a good clean tone that you like with a model and use pedals for effects/distortion if you want.


Yea, it sounds fine with cheaper pedals, but with nicer stuff it doen't capture the tone at all. That's what I was thinking with the bypass and it did sound bad to me. Try it through the Jazz Clean model with a different cabinet, but the no amp model thing doesn't sound very good IMO.
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