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Mfx Supermodels Gnx4
you have to pay for the license to use the mfx patches, so it’s not free, but it’s a good value. with the tradeoff being that you get a couple of nice presets. i like the mfx supermodels, they have a good sound and a nice warm sound. i would like to see more soft pedal support. i would also like to see a few patches added, but i have no problem with that. but i can make my own patches.
i got the mfx supermodels because i wanted something that i could tweak and get good tones on my own. i also wanted a system that was compact and portable. i don’t play in a band and don’t need a soft pedal. i wanted to be able to take my helix into my car, my van, my shop, and anywhere else i go and get good sound. i wanted a compact system that i could use in a small venue. so i went for the mfx supermodels.
i love the mfx supermodels. i have a helix, a softube and a pair of mfx supermodels. i can do everything i need to do with the system using the built in patches. but i wanted to be able to customize my own patches. so i buy some patches and i can do just about anything i want to do with the mfx supermodels.
have been using the supermodels for about a month now. have to say i’m very impressed. the patches are awesome. they have great tones and great sounds. i had the opportunity to demo the master modeling for a month and that was awesome. the only reason i haven’t upgraded from the gnx to the supermodels is that i prefer the sound of the gnx and i still have the gnx.
i’ve even sent out to the supermodel guys about a month ago and asked for more patches and they sent me some. if i didn’t have the gnx, i would have jumped right in. can’t wait to get some time to play with the supermodels.
the supermodels are great for the lazy and for the serious guitarist who wants to learn. they are great for the person who likes the idea of the supermodels. i would not recommend them for the serious musician. i have had to spend hours just getting them to sound correct and i have little time to work on them. i have had to use the tonelab for the mixing and mastering. the supermodels are great for some types of tunes, but they are not complete. i do not like the x-edit and you can get away with one song with the supermodels. you have to wait until the end of the song to do the next one. i like the x-edit for learning purposes, but the supermodels are not a substitute for a workstation.
the supermodels are great for learning a few songs, but they are not great for lots of songs. they are great for learning the really important aspects of recording. a high quality recording can be done with the supermodels. i would not recommend that they be used as a substitute for a mixing board and a workstation.
i would not recommend that they be used for serious recording. i would not recommend them for the really serious musician. i am not a huge fan of the supermodels. they are not a substitute for a workstation and a mixing board. i am not happy with the mixing features. i would not recommend them for the serious guitarist.
i love the supermodels, but they are not a substitute for a workstation and a mixing board. i would not recommend them for the serious guitarist. they are not a substitute for a workstation and a mixing board.