Softube tells us that three legendary Marshall amp sims are now available for the first time as native plug-ins and Amp Room modules: Marshall Bluesbreaker 1962, Marshall JMP 2203, and Silver Jubilee 2555.
Softube says that these plug-ins were component modeled down to the smallest detail from reference amps from the Marshall museum, resulting in flawless sound quality. The speaker cabinets for each amp were recorded by Tony Platt, famous for having recorded AC/DC's landmark albums Highway to Hell and Back in Black.
A spokesperson told us, "There are plenty of options to set up the mics and get exactly the great sounds you want from these rare and special amps with Marshall heritage. If you use Amp Room, Softube's pro audio guitar and bass platform, you can load these plug-ins right in to open up endless creative possibilities. The distinctive features of each of these amps were modeled with the highest precision in partnership with Marshall for each plug-in. Choose the one that suits your sound the best or get them all for even more options. We're offering special pricing when you buy several amp plug-ins."
Pricing and Availability:
See website. Special pricing when you buy several amps.
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