#1
Whats up guys! I'm conducting a research on the different uses of digital amp modelling simulators in the creative practices of guitarists. Therefore I would like you guys to help me out by filling out this Questionnaire. It has 13 questions in total divided into part 1 and part 2. If you can fill in both of them I would really appreciate it!

Here are the links to the Questionnaire:

Part 1 - https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/29NP6ZG
Part 2 - https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2N9SZVL

An important note, If you are a guitarist who has never used digital amp simulators or doesn't like them, I would like you to answer the questions with for example "I have never used digital amp simulators.
#2
Your survey mixes terms badly. A modeler is a modeler, but you extend it to "digital modeling amp simulator" which represents several layers of redundancy and reduces clarity. In some questions you're asking about a digital modeling amp, which is NOT the same thing as a modeler. I own NO digital modeling amps. And no digital modeling amp simulators.

I do own modelers, and they're capable of feeding their signals to powered speakers, computers, PA systems, etc.

If you're speaking of ONLY the amp simulations, and not the FX or cabinet models, you should make that clear. You should also note that there are sims that simulate only the power section of a tube amp (the EL34 tubes, for example) and that do NOT simulate FX or the tone-stack/preamp sections of amps.
#3
I don't like it, I don't like it one bit.
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