Tone Capture of the transforming Boss AC-2 Acoustic Simulator going into the preamp of a Fender Dual Showman Reverb. Transform the sound of your electric guitar into a beautiful acoustic. By selecting one of the four different modes, you can get a broad variety of distinct acoustic sounds that can best fit to your playing style and situation.
Best used for finger-picking, this is the sound of a dreadnought-type acoustic guitar that's widely considered to be a classic standard. It can also be used as a subtle acoustic effect that retains your electric guitar's middle frequencies, making it sound "semi-acoustic".
This is an acoustic guitar with a body that is bigger than standard, causing the bass sound to be more rich and powerful while. The root and composition sounds are well balanced in this mode, making it ideal for playing chords.
The best mode for playing solos. With a more responsive attack, this acoustic guitar type will retain more of its prominence and clarity in almost any situation. Even in band ensembles, this remarkably expansive sound is never buried amongst other instruments.
This simulates the sound you would get from a pickup installed on an electric-acoustic guitar. During the attack, a certain amount of compression will be applied.
This preset is best used with a power amp (or the FX Loop of an amp) and a cabinet. If you don't intend to use a cabinet please turn on cab sim and either select one of the stock cab sims or use one of the included matched cabinet IRs. This tone capture comes with a UltraSound XTC 2x8 IR with two more tube variations!
The tone captures for the Boss AC-2 Acoustic Simulator include:
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Includes Impulse Responses from our Ultimate IR Pack
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