you get a pristine DI recording of Rhodes Mark II. no tricks, no frills, just the raw deal, straight to the point. load and boogie!
I like how Mark II has that extra “bell” in sound, that brilliance, but not over the top, which allows you to retain that bark and aggression when required. There is a nice compromise between the “tine” and the “bark”.
Mark I is beefier and darker, has a bold, thick tone, but sometimes you need just that.
You get the best of both worlds with these pianos and each will serve its own purpose.
If you want to process these samples with your Fender Twin, your effects, you absolutely can do it. advantage of DI is there is a headroom left for sculpting your sound further.
I got this with Mark I library off BF sale, prices are generous, one word, no brainer. just play!