Not sure how this relates to aesthetics, but I love the way that the controls at the bottom of the screen function as bass, middle, treble and presence so that you can tweak the controls by hand just like the real thing. Love this feature!
And while he’s at it, maybe Cliff could give it a leisure suit and gold-plated costume jewelry, and have cheesy pick-up lines that scroll across the screen.(a.) An optional "screensaver" for the full-color screen; and,
(b.) The logo being able to change colors, even fade gradually from one color to another.
The default "screensaver" would be, I expect, a set of softly glowing tubes. Perhaps with psychedelic-looking waves and sparkles of energy periodically pulsing off them in response to the sound detected by the RTA, the pitch detector, or whatever.
And the logo could start off blue when you're playing clean, but then fade to green or yellow as you get semi-gritty and push the amp harder, and finally to orange and red as you go into some saturated lead. And when it detects peak levels of notes-per-minute, it slowly pulses white (as in "white-hot") into the color.
THAT was fantastic. You win.And when you play Metallica it will fade to black.
No, it is awesome. ;-)Anyone else feel that the new version is aesthetically unpleasing? Maybe I shouldn’t judge a book by its cover ... I really preferred the 2U style ! Now I have to get a new rack system built in my studio to cater for a 3U... #FirstWorldProblems
edit: changed title to be politer... Also i'm starting to understand and like the look of it more and more. it's growing on me!