Shaping up to be among the best in amp simulation and modelling
The long awaited AMPX from BluGuitar will finally and officially be shown off at this year’s NAMM, and is shaping up to be a real powerhouse in the amp sim market.
What you need to know:
- AMPX is an analogue amp modelling pedal with built in effects
- Uses ‘Nanotube’ technology that offers a wide range of accurate amp simulations
- Includes both digital and analogue effects, with routing options
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The AMPX is an analogue amp modelling pedal with a range of built in effects, providing everything a guitarist may need in the studio or on stage.
What separates the AMPX from other amp simulators is that the AMPX combines analogue circuitry and digital effects with their Nanotube technology, to accurately recreate amps with all the character provided by valves, that is typically lost with digital simulators.
Players can program their own combinations of amps, effects and signal routings and store them as presets for easy access on stage.
Included with the pedal are a range of amp models that can be accessed via the ‘Blugprints’ library, which can be programmed on the computer or on the device itself.
Also included in the pedal are a range of both analog and digital effects, that can be added pre or post amp. The digital effects included are both mono and stereo chorus, phaser, flanger, univibe, delay and reverb, which are powered by an onboard 16 core processor. While the analogue effects section features a compressor, boost, overdrive, fuzz and tremolo.
The AMPX is shaping up to be amongst the best in amp simulation and modelling. The wide variety of amp, effects and routing options makes this an excellent choice for any musician on the go, eliminating the need for cumbersome amps and pedals boards.