So I’m a longtime user of the Zoom B3. I’ve been procrastinating upgrading to the B3n since it came out in 2017, and I think it’s finally time to move on. Fortunately for me, it’s not a pricey upgrade; as the B3 holds pretty good value, even still! However, I have also been contemplating consolidating my guitar and bass rig into one via PC plugins instead. I already use BIAS FX on my IPad for guitar tones, using only an IRig and a small powered monitor. I’ve seen many people do similar setups for bass using Neural DSP. This would allow me to have an endless library of tones on one single device, no pedals, for both guitar and bass. I would also invest in a better/larger powered speaker that could handle bass AND guitar tones, essentially allowing me to get rid of my large bass amp. My current 50W monitor doesn’t handle bass very well, especially compared to my Hartke Kickback 12. Going digital and buying a computer capable of handling music production, along with buying a Focusrite, and a large high quality studio monitor would be the less cost effective way of upgrading my rig, but would obviously save space. Upgrading to the B3n and running it through my Hartke would probably cost $50. I assume overall sound quality would be the same. Thoughts?