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Discussion in 'Pedal Pushers Forum' started by GOOBALL JEFF, Apr 6, 2021.
If its on my [email protected] probably already has one!
Ok cool, well thank you sir that is very helpful as they look to possibly fit what I would want just wanted to hear a personal opinion.
The technology has come of age. Twenty years ago they tried to tell us modelling was the way of the future. We didn't really buy it at the time, but hearing how things are going with amp sims and IRs now that the hardware can keep up, the top contenders are all putting out some really cool stuff. I haven't seen much on the Iridium, and can't offer an opinion on it, but it certainly looks like a pretty neat option!
Happy to be your guinea pig!
I got the upgraded version of an Iridium, its a Tonemaster Deluxe w a C.A.B. M+ all digital nonsense but hey if youre all wet, may as well go for a swim.
I just realised it’s been more than 2 decades since I had a Line6 Pod 1&2. Technology has made great strides, yet I feel it’s not in very big steps. Usually it’s one company raising the bar and setting a new standard, and other companies following suit or trying to keep up.
Right now I’m dicking around with an Hotone Ampero and so far it leaves me feeling exactly the same as the Pod did 20 years ago. Nice toy, some good sounds, many not so good. Even more bells and whistles than the Pod. Could I use it live, I guess. Do I want to, meh not really.
I had one. No complaints at all. It served it's purpose well for my recordings. I sold it for a HX Stomp as it had more options/flexibility. However, if you don't need that, the Iridium is a good choice.