Mayfly: Just launched a new pedal!

It does indeed have a cabinet simulator! You can plug it right into the PA or DAW.

However, it does not use Impulse Response (IR) filters because they have too much band-pass ripple for my tastes (and they are sooooo DSP). Instead it uses a combination of Sallen and Key, Multiple-Feedback, and Wien filters. 5 stages overall.
 
Thanks man! Several folks have said that. One of my Beta testers (Lucas Haneman) has been using it non-stop ever since he got it a couple of weeks ago for guitar and bass.
 
how much does a premier guitar press release cost these days? they must not be charging enough if i still have to be bombarded with an offensive amount of ads
 
I am one of you old guys and my Amp has only gotten heavier over time. My question is what would be the lightest gig option with that pedal, I'm thinking I would still need to carry my Amp? I currently use no pedals and a classic 30 amp.
 
how much does a premier guitar press release cost these days? they must not be charging enough if i still have to be bombarded with an offensive amount of ads
It's free man! That's why you get the ads! But here's a secret: turn off scrips on your browser and all those ads go away...
 
I am one of you old guys and my Amp has only gotten heavier over time. My question is what would be the lightest gig option with that pedal, I'm thinking I would still need to carry my Amp? I currently use no pedals and a classic 30 amp.
Nope you don't need to carry an amp. The last gig that I did I plugged a prototype Sunrise right into the PA. I had a boost and an OD out front of it. And a tuner. The whole rig was the size of a briefcase.

Here's the rig:
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I am one of you old guys and my Amp has only gotten heavier over time. My question is what would be the lightest gig option with that pedal, I'm thinking I would still need to carry my Amp? I currently use no pedals and a classic 30 amp.
Mayfly is busy now, so I will answer. A pedal sized amp like Seymour Duncans and a 1x12" neo speaker cab? Or run thru pa and moniter.
 
Bass player here, I play ampless for a few years with a setup similar to this one, and to hear myself, I realy only in my in-ears. But otherwise, any neutral speaker will do the job to hear you onstage (I'd personnaly avoid an amp that will add another layer of color to the sound, the more neutral, the better).
 
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