Dynatube SW is a bass
amp simulation modeled on a Simms-Watts PA100. It has simple
controls that can be used to quickly achieve a fat or dirty tone
suitable in any mix be it hard rock or funk. If you want a
tone that enhances your bass lines, this Simms-Watts PA100 bass
emulation will yield a vintage tone reminiscent of the '70s. Originally, this amp was
designed as a PA amplifier, and then adopted by bassists later.
Today it is a rarity but thanks to Softube and Sonic Core, all Scope
guitarists can enjoy this renaissance of reality.
Dynatube AG is somewhat
more complicated than SW but this gives a bit more versatility in
the choices of tonality. Modeled on an Ampeg V-4BH this amp
simulator gives the deep, fat sound of tube amplifiers. The
original Ampeg V-4BH was a classic and a standard amp in the
may take a bit of time to find the right sound, but once mastered,
you will be rewarded with a solid, authentic sound that can be
adjusted to suit many genres from a fat slap bass tone to a smooth
reggae low end or a distorted punk rock bass sound.
Here's a sketch for some short film music that ended up different
anyway. I don't really use the SW as I have amps that do that, but
the Ampeg simulation is cool for the old Fender. It is also perfect
for playing rock with a pick, to get some growl.