Fender® '55 Tweed Deluxe
Fender '55 Tweed Deluxe
Difícil de manejar limpio, pero con buen carácter.
El headroom para manejar un sonido limpio es muy estrecho. Aún así mantiene un buen carácter musical de amp
essential for rockers
I use to play on reel Vox ac30, marshall JMP or musicman RP212, all great guitar amps. I have to say that I was not disappointed with the UAD interpretation of this 55 fender tweed, it does not have to be ashamed of the above amps.
I already use it a lot and I have not yet been to the end of its possibilities.
Vibe upon vibe
If you’re looking for a clean, fender sound this isn’t it. But if you want vintage vibes with some nice dirt... this is where it’s at.
Big sound, easy to use, and nice GUI.
I like very much how to change the answer of the "Amp" when I change the settings of the "Mic".
This is a really classy plug, lovely clean sound.
Excellent work UA, you guys have pulled off yet another superb plug.
I can see this becoming my go to plug for my guitar tracks.
Universal Audio not responding
I wrote three times, because the payment is wrong, they charged to much. Universal Audio seems mega arrogant - they don't even answer!
vastly sound like my old Fender twin
but I,m happy
Super sons !!
Branchez votre guitare et
Assez bluffant. Fidele à la version hardware.
Trop gourmand en ressource. Faut une grosse réserve en dsp. Sinon excellent plug!
Sounding and reacting like a real amp. I use it the way I use my amps on stage - almost full power and cleaning up with the vol-pot of my guitars. I love it.
Fender Deluxe amp
I like the clean sound of this amp
moved from helix to this as a pedal platform and the difference was night and day. much more simple to tweak as well. highly recommend this amp sim
Outstanding tone and versatility
I own several amp simulators--including Tweeds--from a number of vendors. They are all great, but this plugin leaves them wanting. The authenticity and versatility of the tone, combined with the wide array of mic choices covers nearly all situations for which I need electric guitar (I write/record modern country, Americana, and folk). Even used solo, I'm certain that even the most experienced guitarist would have a hard time distinguishing this sim from the real thing. I also own the Fuchs Overdrive and Marshall Plexi. With these three amp sims, I'll probably never use the aforementioned other products again. The UA amp sims--and the Tweed in particular--are just too good to consider anything else. It's an excellent example of the wisdom of using a couple of the best (and more expensive) tools rather than a lot of good ones.
I've been playing guitar since 1963 and I didn't know until UA made the claim that the '55 Fender Tweed was "the Holy Grail of tone". I think it's a very good amp sim, probably a lot better than some of the early digital attempts, and I appreciate the different speaker sims and the Unison control but at the end of the day, an amp is an amp. It has certain characteristics (which is why people love them or hate them) but I don't think this one is going to please anyone much. It's not for serious distortion fans and it doesn't do much for a clean sound fan like me.
Great when you have a baby and can't crank your amp when you want to record
Not perfect, but very good 5E3 Deluxe sound
Does a nice job capturing the overall tweed deluxe vibe and tweed breakup characteristics, but goes a little too far in the ultra saggy/fuzzy "exploding amp" direction too early on the volume knobs compared to the "real" ones I've played, especially on the low notes. The real thing has the same basic tone but stays a lot tighter than UA's version up until around 9-10 on the volume. Still, easily the best out of UA's amp sims imo and has awesome clean/edge of breakup tones.
55 Tweed Deluxe
The 55 fender tweed deluxe is very realistic sounding. The presets are a good starting place. The clean sounds are very good. Totally enjoying this amp!
Fabulous. I wish I had discovered it years ago.
I sold my Blues Junior
S. van Servellen
Great for an amp sim. Warm sounding amp.
I’ve not been a big fan of amp sims for guitar but have to say this tweed combined with channel strip, delay and reverb in UAD console is really starting to get there and offer more flexibility than hardware.