When it comes to Neural DSP’s plugins, it can be difficult to know which one to choose (especially when they are all on sale during Black Friday). The good news is that they are all high-quality plugins, however, some may be better suited to certain genres or styles of playing.
This plugin offers a wide range of tonal options, including the ability to create some absolutely filthy sounds, but also clean it up for something lighter. The octaver is one of the standout features of this plugin, making it a great choice for those who want to add some depth to their sound.
Archetype: Tim Henson
One of the newer additions to Neural DSP’s arsenal, but by far one of the best (especially for the fans of Polyphia). This plugin offers crisp clean tones, as well as the ability to add some grit and crunch. The multi-voicer feature is particularly noteworthy, making it a great choice for those who want to create a wide range of sounds.
Fortin Cali Suite
Another solid choice, especially with its recent 2.0 update which greatly improves the plugin. This plugin offers a wide range of tonal options, including clean tones, rock, punk, and metal. It’s a great all-rounder, and it can do a little bit of everything.
The Archetype: Nolly
Adam Nolly’s Archetype was designed to emulate the sound of British-style amplifiers, and it offers a wide range of tonal options and a built-in effects processor, making it a great choice for guitarists looking for a versatile and authentic-sounding amp emulation.
Ultimately, the decision of which plugin to choose from Neural DSP will depend on your personal preferences and the type of music you play. It’s a good idea to research and try the demos of the plugins that interest you before making a purchase.