Wow. I was only looking for a yes or no out of curiosity and I got all this.
I think what most are saying is likely yes , so I would plan on itIt's a simple yes or no, did you or didn't you question. Why do you have a problem with that?
Sometimes I think that some people buy a 2.5k piece of tech, full with a miriad of algorithms and a billion of parameters, and expect that it just sounds perfect to anyone without even having to turn a single knob.I don't understand why some (not pointing any fingers) won't or are afraid to turn the virtual knobs of a "preset". Would you plug into a Marshall half stack or a deluxe reverb and not adjust the knobs? I see people at GC plugged into amps and twiddling away like mad (although all that twiddling doesn't make it sound any better ). If you can't make an amp sound good, that's not the amp for you. If you cant make any amp sound good, well...