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AmpliTube® Fender® is the first and only official guitar/bass Amp and FX software suite made by IK Multimedia in cooperation with legendary music icon Fender® Musical Instruments Corporation.
With a collection of 45 pieces of gear collected from the most sought after classic and modern Fender® amps (including the '65 Twin Reverb®, '57 Deluxe™, ’59 Bassman® LTD, '64 Vibroverb® Custom, Super-Sonic™, Metalhead™ and many more), cabinets, stomp boxes and rack effects, AmpliTube Fender® sets a new standard for software amplifiers.
From guitar to bass, from Country to Blues and Rock, Punk to Metal, whatever style you play, AmpliTube Fender® is the only amp suite that gives you the world’s most influential guitar and bass tones right on your desktop.•
In the development of AmpliTube Fender®, IK Multimedia has taken an unprecedented approach to raise the bar of modeling accuracy in order to nail every sonic nuance of the included legendary Fender® gear. Every step in the development process has been constantly supervised and sound-certified, step-by-step, by the tone gurus at Fender® to ensure that the same quality process of real gear tone-testing has been strictly followed in the realization of AmpliTube Fender®.
Never before have you been able to get this close to the real thing on your desktop.
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Comments about IK Multimedia AmpliTube Fender Audio Plug In:
I bought this as part of a bundle that included Jimi Hendrix and other progs. At first i messed around with it and thought sounded ok...but then I went to use it some weeks later and...whew...not so much. No matter what I do the sounds are very ordinary. The bass response if perfectly awful. I recorded snippets and wrote some questions and sent them to IK mUltimedia...NO response whatsoever. They must've thought I was some kind of idiot but I have been doing this stuff for over 30 years.
Anyway I tossed the idea in favor of just mic'ing amps as alway...still no better way to really get the right sound and response. But I sure wish I hadnt wasted any money on the very mediocre (at best) program. Blechhh