Axe-Fx II – Acoustic Simulation

Acoustic simulation tonematch presets pack

The price for this pack (45+3 presets) is 10 euros

 Note : already updated to Quantum 7.02 for Axe-Fx II MKI, MKII, XL and XL+. Previous version included. AX8 version is still Quantum 7.01 or older.

Here’s my new Acoustic simulation tonematch presets pack for Axe-Fx II MKI/MKII/XL (v 3.03) and AX8 (v 3.51).

The idea was to use as many different electric guitars/pickups as possible and make tonematch presets for each of them. So if you have an Ibanez with Bare Knuckle or EMG or DiMarzio pickups, or a Fender Stratocaster, or a Gibson Les Paul, the corresponding presets should work to give it a convincing acoustic simulation sound (in FRFR systems of course !).


I used my Yamaha acoustic guitar sound as a base, and made tonematches for the following electric guitars :

– Ibanez RG 520QS with Bare Knuckle Holydiver and Emerald pickups (5 positions)
– Variax JTV 89 with DiMarzio Norton and LiquiFire pickups (5 positions)
– Fender Stratocaster USA with Suhr pickups (5 positions)
– Schecter Damien Platinium FR with EMG pickups (3 positions)
– Ibanez RGIR20FE with EMG pickups (3 positions)
– JTV89 Variax models of acoustic guitar (1 position), Telecaster (3 positions), Les Paul (3 positions) and Fender Stratocaster (4 positions)
– Gibson les Paul Standard- Gibson SG 50th anniversary
– Ibanez J Custom RG8540ZD

Bonus, the three existing acoustic simulation presets from my normal Axe-Fx II/AX8 presets packs
Each preset uses 8 scenes, which you can customize as you like.

Of course, you can try a preset made for one guitar/pickup position with a different guitar, that may work ! Although a preset made for a Les Paul neck pickup will certainly be way too bright with a Stratocaster bridge pickup…

Legal stuff :
Please note, these files are for Fractal Audio Axe-Fx II or AX8 with Quantum 2.xx and 3.xx firmware only, and are meant to be used with FRFR systems.
It is a digital download, so there will be no refund for any reason including purchasing by mistake. The download link will be emailed to you by e-junkie and I will receive a copy of that mail too. If you don’t get it, please check your spam folder
These files are in a .rar compressed archive, which is a standard format. PC users can Winrar, Winzip or 7zip to extract them. Popular tools for MAC users are Stuffit Expander, Unrar x or The Unarchiver. Most computers already have tools for that, and most of these applications are free anyway.

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