#1
Ok, so I understand that both of these use computer chips to "model" the sound of their expensive counterparts, and I also know that they don't sound as good either.

But my question is, since they are digital, does that mean that all guitars will sound the same through a multi-effects processor or modeling amp?

ex: Will a Gibson Les Paul sound the same as a Squire Strat?
#2
Quote by mashizz
Ok, so I understand that both of these use computer chips to "model" the sound of their expensive counterparts, and I also know that they don't sound as good either.

But my question is, since they are digital, does that mean that all guitars will sound the same through a multi-effects processor or modeling amp?

ex: Will a Gibson Les Paul sound the same as a Squire Strat?

some MEUs, like the RP series from Digitech, have single coil simulators. but i think you are confused about what digital is.

digital effects take the analog signal from a guitar and convert it to a digital signal. this changes the overall quality of sounds in many professional's opinions. this site does a great job at explaining the difference.

http://www.happybob.com/marc/digital_sucks/index.htm
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Lolz that guy is a noob.

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