I'm not certain how to attach links here, but you can find them under author Twilt in the Rig Exchange.
Let me know what you think.
I know this is all subjective and this should go without saying, but depending on what you're running these profiles through and where, and the volume you play at, you may have to EQ a bit and of course add/subtract effects to taste.
I made these at stage volume(s) with live use in mind (Main Out/s to FOH only. No monitors or back line). So keep that in mind if you are using them into an interface and/or studio monitors.
I am blown away at how well this amp profiled. It responds to pick attack and guitar volume control just like the real deal.
No other profiles I have tried are as clear and articulate as these, but then again, that is the "signature" of this particular amp.
The breakdown is as follows:
Rhythm Channel, no boost, 100w mode
Rhythm Channel, Boost On, 40w mode
High Gain 1:
Rhythm Channel, Boost On, Barber GC>Klone>amp, 40w mode.
High Gain 2:
This one probably isn't up yet (I just uploaded it today 12/17/20).
It's the same arrangement as High Gain 1 but is more of a lead tone.
It has different EQ'ing, reverb and delay.
The High Gain 1/2 profiles sounds nearly identical to how I have the actual amp set on the Lead Channel of the Sig with Boost On, Barber GC(only) in front and in 40w mode.
I just couldn't get the Lead Channel to profile well though. It kept coming out way too noisy and hissy.
I tried adding in some gating to the Lead Channel profiles after I made them, but still wasn't satisfied with the outcome.
But as luck would have it, when I profiled the High Gain 1 rig (Rhythm Channel), it sounded close enough to the actual Lead Channel of the amp, that I quit tinkering with the Lead Channel on the Sig X and just made some minor adjustments afterward to the profile to mimic it.
Also, I didn't post any Clean profiles to RE simply because I don't think many people are interested in this amp for it's cleans, no matter how nice they are...lol.
But I do have some if anyone is interested.
Profiles were all captured with a single Senn e906 mic, 2 Genz-Benz G-Flex 2x12 cabs in series. Cabs loaded with Emi EM12L speakers.
Guitar used was HB equipped Les Paul.
The Sig X seems to be one of those amps that is either loved or hated so I won't be offended if you don't care for these profiles.
If you do try them out though, I'd love to know what you think...just please be kind!