Hmmm, I'm trying to understand what these IRs actually do. Forgive my naive question, but... are these intended to emulate the sound of a Taylor 314CE when playing your electric guitar? Or are they intended to be played with an acoustic guitar? And if the latter, then what do they actually accomplish, since you're already playing an acoustic? Is this to reproduce the sound of a Taylor "in the room"?
No offense intended, and appreciation all around, but I'm just trying to wrap nmy head around the basic purpose of an acoustic guitar IR.
I've tried these with an electric to get some acoustic flavored tones. A couple of them sound decent, similar to what you'd get out of one of those acoustic emulator pedals, a little less real than the Variax or Roland GK emulated models, and of course no where near as nice as a true miced up acoustic. But it's another tool if you need that flavor on the fly. There's a nice Nylon string IR out there as well.
Which amp model did you use, and how did you set it up? I didn't spend much time with it, but I wasn't able to figure out how to get a half decent acoustic sim sound from the IRs.
No amp model. IIRC I used the comp directly to the cab. I didn't save the preset at the time as I was just quickly experimenting with stuff. If anything, you might want to put the Tube Pre after the Cab with the Acoustic IR to more accurately emulate the signal chain you would use with an acoustic. Also helps to use the neck pickup and slightly roll down your tone knob. I'll try and work up a preset over the weekend and post it up.
I am building a preset for my Taylor 914 acoustic guitar. I will try these but have no idea on what to do with them lol Im new to this. Any help documentations????