Why and keep Axe Fractal I II will one Review never FX Audio


It contains a vast virtual inventory of hundreds of vintage and modern guitar amps, speaker cabinets, guitar stompbox and studio effects, and more. It is ideal for both stage and studio use, with heavy-duty construction and a high-quality, ultra low-noise design. The Axe-Fx II has superb sound with unrivalled power and flexibility, offering many improvements over traditional guitar amps and effects, including extremely light weight, precise sound control, computer integration, very simple rig design possibilities, and more.

Axefx and Kemper thoughtsSo here are some more thoughts on the axefx II vs the kemper.The axefx has some beautiful clean tones. The fender cleans are gorgeous. I really like the Kemper fender cleans - particularly from ampfactory.com - but they seem to be missing something in the upper mid frequencies. This is particularly noticable when playing any Benson or Wes Montgomery type material with a hollowbody guitar and humbuckers and playing with your thumb.

I received my AxeFxII from Tone Merchants a few days ago. First I built back my basic patches from scratch. Yesterday I spent the day fine tuning the new patches without an Ultra around. I was able to get completI was all ears when the Fractal Audio Systems Axe-FX came out because part of my work revolves around recreating classic and modern guitar tones.

This has led me down many roads, from re-amping, to post-processing to matching tones, to recording multiple amps as a backup plan.




Fractal Audio Axe FX II Review and why I will never keep one

Fractal Audio Axe FX II Review and why I will never keep one