I haven't personally tried them, but I'd say there's good promise. My reasoning for assuming so is because of the fact that the preamps are designed by the actual builders of the company that is stamped on it. The Soldano preamp was designed by Mike Soldano, Diezel from Diezel, Morgan etc... I know they have some designs that model Marshall/Fender stuff that wasn't licensed by them, but I bet they still sound good.
Really curious about it myself.
Would like to hear from someone who actually used them to see how they perform vs the real amps...
The concept is interesting for sure.
Imagine being able to switch amp for 300$ usd modules, it would cost a lot less than buying new boutique amps and wouldn’t have to sell some to finance the new ones.
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