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Kuassa releases Amplifikation Matchlock!!!
Old 4th June 2019
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The Neural Plini is a total different amp sim. Super nice, super balanced and the IRs are fantastic. But it can't be compared to the Matchlock which is more raw, nasty, belllike, dirtier. It's retro versus new imo.

I prefer Matchlock.
I've swapped between them within the same project, for the same tone, and found both to be viable options for raw and dirty. I agree that Matchlock starts in that place, but had no trouble getting Neural directly in that world, too. Whether one is better than the other for that kind of chaotic tone is tough to declare, in my experience. At these prices, it doesn't make sense to choose just one. Get both. Get several. As someone said above, it's a golden age of amp sims. I've bought 6 or 7 over the past year, all of them from smaller companies. The Amplitube/Overloud/etc. products still wreak of digital to me.
Old 12th July 2019
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Hello everyone, you can download a maintenance update of

Amplifikation Matchlock (VST/VST3/AU/AAX/Standalone) updated to v1.0.1:

IR Loader Dialog Box fixed.
https://www.kuassa.com/downloads/


Greetings,
Dimi
Old 5th October 2019
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Both Matchlock and Caliburn amp sims by Kuassa are fantastic and very underrated in my opinion. Thumbs up to Kuassa!

Reliable, straightforward and less hissy/laggy than Revolver and others. Very realistic, even including a nice feedback effect between amp and your guitar's pickups. Matchlock sounds great with pedals and has exceptional clean/overdriven sounds.

Caliburn also great sounding Marshall sim, for both high-gain and low-gain sounds.
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Originally Posted by titocosta View Post
Both Matchlock and Caliburn amp sims by Kuassa are fantastic and very underrated in my opinion. Thumbs up to Kuassa!

Reliable, straightforward and less hissy/laggy than Revolver and others. Very realistic, even including a nice feedback effect between amp and your guitar's pickups. Matchlock sounds great with pedals and has exceptional clean/overdriven sounds.

Caliburn also great sounding Marshall sim, for both high-gain and low-gain sounds.
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