Not necessarily the Helix but a top modeler and a guitar with your favourite specs, would that not solve all the tone aspects and solve any future G.A.S. attacks?
NOTE: Acoustics excluded, of course.
I very much enjoy the tactile experience of playing different instruments. I think that is something a lot would miss.I very much enjoy the tactile experience of playing different instruments.
What does one do when the power goes out?
So I'm a Luddite, big deal.
We were having an acoustic jam at my house one night when the power went out right around midnight. What would have been an evening-ender if were playing electric just became a short break while I dug out the candles. The only thing that really changed was no more bass player. The next couple of hours were epic - one of the best acoustic jams I ever had. I think some of it was the vibe of us still being able to do it (i.e. 'roughing it' LOL) while the rest was jamming to the light of a couple dozen candles.A few things for me.
Modelers do a crappy job of acoustic tones or emulating other instruments, to my ears.
I'm not convinced of their ability to replicate a mic in front of a cab either.
I very much enjoy the tactile experience of playing different instruments.
What does one do when the power goes out? (Keep your mind out of the gutter, please.)
Me, too. I'm comfortable in these shoes. "The fewer the moving parts, the less there is go go wrong."So I'm a Luddite, big deal.