New Mesa Rigs For Thu
Todd Simpson
Apr 17 2021, 11:26 PM
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Ever since my fave guitar plugin (overloud thu) added "RIGS", things have gotten very interesting. the "Rig Player" looks a bit like an original kemper box. I think that's what they are sorta going for. It takes the rather complicated overloud interface and reduces it to just a few knobs. An amp is sampled/profiles, sorta like as with a kemper, then the effects and such are added as well. All of this gets put together and can then be controlled with just a few knobs instead of the enormous signal chain that usually goes with a complex sound in thu. It doesn't have to be a huge signal chain, it just often seems to be. One of the things some folks seem to not like about overloud is that it can be a pinch daunting if you are just getting in to plugins. That is what was so brilliant about the NEURAL DSP stuff. The interface is just an amp with a few knobs and the effects section is like 3 stomp boxes with a few knobs each. So it doesn't bury the user under too much complexity.

*Neural dsp soldano plugin interface
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The "Rig Player" is the THU answer to making the interface workable for everyone. Know matter how much or little experience once has.


*Rig Player in Overloud THU
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The latest "RIG PACK" is all about the Big Iron MESA. It sounds pretty darn spiff I must say. Brutal Chugg in a rig pack only a click away. Whaddya think?

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I specially like the eq section as they are not amp but mix type eq. , makes it really quick to fit into any backtrack etc. . It's a real time saver.

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Make sure to check the freeware's I shared, can tap so much gain I think you'll love them smile.gif not a replacement to THU as while THU is a touch more authentic these are on the modern (for some might be too balanced) sounding.

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Can you link the freeware here in this thread as well? Maybe with a youtube video showing a sound demo? Thanks!



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I specially like the eq section as they are not amp but mix type eq. , makes it really quick to fit into any backtrack etc. . It's a real time saver.



Make sure to check the freeware's I shared, can tap so much gain I think you'll love them smile.gif not a replacement to THU as while THU is a touch more authentic these are on the modern (for some might be too balanced) sounding.

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QUOTE (Todd Simpson @ Apr 28 2021, 03:51 AM) *
Can you link the freeware here in this thread as well? Maybe with a youtube video showing a sound demo? Thanks!


Sure; https://ml-sound-lab.com/collections/amp-si...d-stevie-t-free I started using it with ir's. It accepts many but specially liked bogner or balanced sounding 4x12 marshalls for soloing.

https://ml-sound-lab.com/collections/amp-si...cts/amped-roots this one is also cool but to me better for powerchord stuff as it has a recro-like mid scoop.

Edit; I used the amp with a bogner cab. on the soundcloud link in this topic;

https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/guitar_fo...showtopic=61957

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Todd Simpson
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The Stevie T! This is a great option especially for free! I like it a lot! It's got everything you need, sorta like a NUERAL DSP type of plugin. It's all there. Amp/cab/fx, etc. Also, like the NEURAL plugins, it's a very similar and simple interface. It's just the bare bones of what you need to have a very good sounding rig. This is a great plugin. Thanks for reminding us about it!!


Also, don't forget the FLUFF free amp sim from the same vendor!

https://ml-sound-lab.com/collections/amp-si...cts/amped-roots




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Sure; https://ml-sound-lab.com/collections/amp-si...d-stevie-t-free I started using it with ir's. It accepts many but specially liked bogner or balanced sounding 4x12 marshalls for soloing.

https://ml-sound-lab.com/collections/amp-si...cts/amped-roots this one is also cool but to me better for powerchord stuff as it has a recro-like mid scoop.

Edit; I used the amp with a bogner cab. on the soundcloud link in this topic;

https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/guitar_fo...showtopic=61957

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QUOTE (Todd Simpson @ Apr 28 2021, 10:13 PM) *
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Cool smile.gif

I also think since this guy made all the ir's for Neural, his amps likely uses the same code-base Neural uses for their amps. I get that feel specially when raising master volume and how it changes the tone.

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Makes sense smile.gif Notice how similar the overall user interface is to the NEURAL DSP stuff?

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QUOTE (Mertay @ Apr 28 2021, 06:34 PM) *
Cool smile.gif

I also think since this guy made all the ir's for Neural, his amps likely uses the same code-base Neural uses for their amps. I get that feel specially when raising master volume and how it changes the tone.

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QUOTE (Todd Simpson @ Apr 29 2021, 06:41 AM) *
Makes sense smile.gif Notice how similar the overall user interface is to the NEURAL DSP stuff?

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Well, that might be a bit of a stretch as this is a 1 man company vs Neural in that regard. But yeah regarding easy accessibility its quite simple.

It consumes 50% less cpu so if the fx in it doesn't work for the project one has enough room to open external fx from DAW; I actually like the boss type noisegate more than neural,overloud despite it has its own drawbacks. The tubescreamer also good enough for its boost purpose...so worst case scenario a use of external delay or reverb doesn't seem like a big deal considering the sound and being freeware.

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