#1
I am looking to buy my first amp which is the one in the title. Having played through amplitube 3 these few years I have become very hateful of noise. I have to ask hwo noisy is this amp. I have a single coil guitar but I have to say this wasn't affecting the noise at all since the noise came even when the guitar wasn't connected
#2
I only have guitars with hambuckers. The Mustang 1 produces zero noise. In that regard it's fantastic and also very well put together.
#3
Keep in mind that any amp or simulator is going to be noisy if you turn it to the Uberschall model and dime the gain with a tubescreamer and a compressor in front.

As with most tools, the way you use it makes a big difference. The Mustang isn't particularly noisy but exactly how noisy it is will depend a lot on what you want out of it.
#4
Regarding amps and sims, Roc is totally right. I've been using Amplitube 3 for a long time and I have no problems with noise, you just have to fiddle a bit with the noise gate and don't go ape crazy with the gain, overdrive pedals, etc. Besides generating a lot of noise, it also gives a very bad tone. But I assume you know what you're doing and you know how to set gain and pedals right.

But as I said, just adjust the noise gate. Even with low levels of gain and no overdrive pedal, I get a bit of noise with Amplitube 3. I just mess around with the noise gate a little bit and problem solved.

And yes, it's also normal Amplitube generating noise with the guitar not connected. Happens the same to me. Also make sure you have a decent soundcard and the drivers are set up right.

About the Mustang 1, I can't give any info on it because I never tried that amp.
Last edited by DanyFS at May 27, 2015,