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New Waiting List Day! (Neural DSP Quad Cortex)

Discussion in 'Modeling Amps, Plugins and Apps' started by barrymclark, Jan 19, 2021.

  1. barrymclark

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    I have been watching the development of this for over a year. I am just SO pumped about this. Can't wait.

    The manual was just released and, word is, once the manual is released, they start shipping soon after.

    Here's to hoping I won't be wait listed too much longer!
     
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    Are there any general estimates for the general release? I wasn't sure how "concrete" the release projection was.
     
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    Today the influencers are allowed to release their videos.
    Rabea is first in line…

     
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    I’m liking what I see so far. I’ve always liked the Helix because of the user interface and workflow. Plus, I can usually tweak until I get close to a real amp recorded sound. This is kind of a cross between the Helix and Kemper. I just don’t like waiting lists. I’d probably have a Fractal product if you didn’t have to wait. I’ll wait until they are easier to get.
     
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    I'm on the list thanks to the Rhett Shull video. Love that guy. He's not a bs artist. He can really play, and he plays genres that I like, namely country, rock, dad rock..stuff like that.

    He clearly a/b vs kemper and kemper clearly lost. He seems to think its less good than the axefx3 but I don't know. Its half the price and as soon as the stock sounds are fixed and people start trading pedal and amp sounds.. I think the end result sounds will be as good or better AND much more giggable.

    Besides, after the kemper us distributor failed to honor the 40% off coupon i was given at NAMM2018....I will never use them ever unless I was given a kemper. That bastard dogged me for 6 months too.
     
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    i am waiting till summer or maybe fall 2021 to see how updates pan out and reviews.No need to be 1st. Plus maybe by then the luamp x will be out
     
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    When gigs get back to somewhat normal I'll consider adding one of these to my Helix. Before 2020 I was seriously looking at adding a Kemper floor... but this looks like it might win over that option.
     
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    Adding? lol..it may just end up replacing your helix-i mean by then helix mk2 may be out as well.
     
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    That video convinced me that I’m still not ready to get back into modeling. I am a recovering Helix user.
    I want something more simple to operate. I am just not a tweaker. I think something similar to the Iridium is what I would like. Five or so amp models that actually sound like the amps with a typical tone stack for each coupled with enough cabs for each (not an endless list). Toss in a couple of reverbs for good measure. Just like a real amp. Physical input controls rather than touch screen. Maybe add a simple display for saving and recall a few presets.
    I’ll bring my own effects.
     
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