yeah there is. It won’t be a finished and perfectly polished because there’s no way to remove it. Part of forming and sculpting a sound like this from a DI or sim is being able to apply processing to the amp sim independently of a dry DI signal.
I’m in mixing and training sessions all day…I still haven’t had time to sit and play with it, but I’m hoping that you can control 125 to 250 and have enough give to fiddle with 800 while making extreme boosts in the 2k to bring out the bite. I think you need to apply more drive to this thing as well, but its gonna be difficult because usually you want the chorus toward the end of the chain. This has it committed to the front of the chain. Forming sub bass balances below 90 is usually not a problem because more often than not, its a matter of correctly timing attack and release compression settings in that frequency range to balance program material to match the kick drum. Variances in the ‘tone’ really aren’t distinguishable in that frequency range.