Some good points some not so good points
Okay folks, first off, no more reverb plugins (i.e. my Van Amp reverb box) you can use this for reverb. Granted its not plate, chamber, ambience, etc., but still it adds a lot of wetness or a little if you so desire. Secondly the acoustic simulator as it were is somewhat lacking. Frankly I cannot tell any difference at all. I'd love to try an ES-335 with this and see how that goes. Keep in mind I'm using Strats, Les Paul's, PRS's, and other high end guitars (at least 2500 dollars and up). My other pedals are a comp pedal, mod tube screamer (two of them), parametric eq, wahzoo pedal, digitech whammy pedal, and thats about it. i try to keep my rig really simple as much as possible and please use 9 volt batteries. don't go through the trouble of using a power supply unit. if one gets disconnected you lose your whole signal. not fun at gigs. anyway, as far as acoustic "simulation" goes, this thing pretty much just doesn't hit the mark. the older ones ARE MUCH BETTER. Unfortunately someone took mine without asking. Anyway happy jamming.