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The plug-in has a few EQ control knobs: 0-5 dB boost, a low-pass filter, and a band-pass filter. I realize it may be a bit overkill to have a band pass filter for a pre amp... but the great thing about this is that it takes the guitar tone and opens up the low and high frequencies, in a way that puts it in a completely different place than the guitar was in through the real Neve 1073... The eq plug-in also has a small knob that swipes on the midrange frequencies. You can leave it in the middle and get the most natural sounding guitar tone you can find... you can turn it all the way up and it may sound like you have an Ashdown Syncronizer, or you can turn it way down and it sounds like a guitar. For me it does not sound like an Ashdown. The sound is more like what a real 1290 preamp sounds like when all the adjustments are off, so it doesn't make me feel like I am using a guitar that is made out of plastic.
The eq plug-in works better than with any plug-in I have ever tried in my life. It could be that I am at a different level in terms of my understanding of my music, but never have my tones sounded so good after I did the micro-adjustments to the eq. I do not feel that the tone of my instrument is compromised in any way, and I actually feel that it is even easier to play on my Martin D35XCE than it was when I first got the guitar. Certainly not an Ashdown Preamp, but a true authentic tone produced by a classic preamp.
Even better, the eq has oscillation control. I now can dial in sounds that are not very pleasing to my ear, but if I keep to the oscillation knob, I finally find the perfect frequency that I like. I used the eq plug-in on Stan Robinson's Detroit Blues Band album, and it is from there that I went on to play on many sessions. d2c66b5586