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Fractal Audio Axe-FX III

$4,905.00

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fas-axe-fx-iii
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10.00 KGS
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Expected release date is 24th Aug 2018

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CURRENT PRICE FOR THE AXE-FX III IS $3905, WE'VE LISTED AT $4905 SO THAT WE CAN SERVE THE WAITING LIST FIRST VIA A DISCOUNT CODE

 

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  1. Absolute Powerhouse! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 2nd Aug 2018

    I have only had this unit for a week or so now but from the second I plugged it in it was clearly better than the AxeFx II I had owned previous. Very happy with this purchase so if you have the cash, don't wait


  2. Unbelievable straight out of he box 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 20th Jul 2018

    Ive had he Axe II, Axe XL+ and now the AXE3 and just amazed how good this thing is. Don't hesitate to do the upgrade if you can.


  3. New AXE FX 111 owner 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 5th Jul 2018

    Ok,

    I have only had the AXE FX 111 for a few days, so this is initial impressions only. I have previously owned a series one Ultra, and have been a tube amp (Marshall /Mesa etc) player most of the time.

    The old Ultra sounded good, but wasnt quite "there" for me, and I now realise that I didnt make the most of it either, due to lack of experience/guidance. I bought the FX 111 based on the great Fx11 sounds and listening to noted local (Aus) users, and for the screen and other hardware updates. I found editing on screen a bit less fun in the old models, but using AXE Edit (Pc/Mac Editor) was always the great option there. At time of writing I haven't yet used AXE Edit on the 111 which is a good thing, as it has forced me to use the onboard editing, which I firmly believe is a great idea if you are going to use the device live.

    I am using it with Power amp emulation ON, Cab sim OFF and into a Matrix GT1000 FX out to two Ulbrick open back 1X12s in stereo loaded with Vinatge 30s.

    It just sounds GREAT.

    If anything I seem to be able to achieve much greater clarity and defined top end without sacrificing ANY warmth. and If I am playing fast passages with distortion, it seems to respond, well,..faster!

    The patch editing is pretty easy to follow, with the odd check in the manual for something I cant find as a new user. The new screen and changed layout are a HUGE improvement, and its pretty easy to take an existing preset and just swap any part of the signal chain in/out, change amp types etc etc and build your own patch. Some of the presets are just great and usable already. But,,,its all about the sounds in the end..

    My wife has spent the last ten years listening to me blasting away in the basement. When she walked in and heard my first patch ( clean Fender Deluxe Reverb ) she couldnt believe it.

    And the effects are of course, just superb.

    I play in a Blues band, a Contemp covers band and a Nylon striing duo. Cant wait to set up the banks specific to each setting. My current tube amp is also getting crackly and due for its yearly re - tube ( around $400) so I have a 10 % return already.

    Happy Boy.

    W


  4. Best investment in music equipment 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 4th Jul 2018

    having used the axe fx 2 for 5 years ,I found the Axe FX 3 both familiar and brand new at the same time.
    Very flexible and more powerful than the 2 with itself is still head and shoulder above anything else on the market.
    I still have a good Marshall and a few other tube amps, but this machine is on a much higher playing field.together with a couple of Atomic CLR's, the best sound on any level
    Rob





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