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Todd Simpson
post Sep 24 2018, 11:23 PM
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I started with the JST Misha and then picked up the Ben Bruce JST. These are very easy to use. Unlike something like Overloud, they don't require you to have a full understanding of building a signal chain. It's pretty much built for you. The user just decides if the stomps (Only 4) are on or off (and choose settings). You can load IR but you don't have to. You get a few cabs/mics to choose from. Basically, just turn it on and it's just about ready to go. I created a track using a riff you may recognize and used the Ben Bruce version of the pllugin and isolated the guitars in the middle. I am starting to like this one better than the Misha Mansoor plugin. Feels more organic, like an old tube amp. Reminds me a lot of the FORTIN plugin. IT's just much cheaper and has some fx thrown in . Anyhoo, here is the vid. The folks at jst liked it so much that they shared it on their Instagram!!

Bruce was on sale for $44 so who could say no?
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