Two Notes Intros All-Analog Amp Simulators

ReVolt Guitar and ReVolt Bass are 3-Channel guitar and bass amp simulators      26/05/22

Two Notes Intros All-Analog Amp Simulators


Two notes Audio Engineering, the manufacturer of load boxes, attenuators, digital load boxes and digital cabinet emulators, has just announced ReVolt Guitar and ReVolt Bass. They say that these 3 Channel, all-analog guitar and bass amp simulators have been engineered with a singular mission: to empower players with the ultimate in pure, unadulterated foundation tone.

Guillaume Pille, Two notes CEO, told us, "At Two notes, we're never content with simply resting on our laurels, so one year ago we embarked on a ground-up overhaul of our critically acclaimed preamp series. The result: The ReVolt Series. A pair of 3-channel all-analog amp simulators that have been expertly tuned to empower players with true tube tone. Inspired by some of our favorite amps at Two notes HQ, and packed with forward-thinking connectivity options, we can't wait to see how our legion of users elevate their tone with the latest addition to our ever-expanding product roster."

Here's more details from the company...

ReVolt Guitar
Introducing ReVolt Guitar: the player's choice when it comes to must-have tone that's primed for virtually any scenario. Center stage on ReVolt Guitar are a trio of tonally-district channels inspired by a Fender® Bassman 100, a Marshall® JMP Superlead and a Soldano® SLO 100. For players looking to cut above the mix, or simply drive ReVolt Guitar's all-analog signal path, the integrated OD-Boost circuit is primed to deliver on all counts. Dial in your boost level, tap the active channel's footswitch, and dive headfirst into a world of boosted clarity and lush harmonics.

ReVolt Bass
ReVolt Bass has been engineered for nothing short of unbridled tonal excellence. With 3 channels inspired by legendary bass tones including an Ampeg® SVT '76, a Marshall® 1992 JMP Super Bass Mark II, and a Darkglass® B3K, it's a sure-fire guarantee for reliable tone whatever the situation demands. When you need best-of-both-worlds - the rounded thump of your dry DI signal with the snarl of surgically tuned distortion - ReVolt Bass' Modern Drive channel is the answer. Dial in your wet/dry blend and enter a world of saturated Analog bliss without sacrificing the pin-point precision you need.

Mojo Maker
It's a fact: DI is convenient. It's reliable. It's a pure unadulterated tone that's surgically controlled to the smallest iota. There's just one snag; It lacks the all-important warmth synonymous with tube amps. The ReVolt Series' 12AX7 preamp tube running at 200V has been expertly tuned to enrich your tone with undeniable tube mojo. The result is revolutionary. You retain all the convenience of a DI signal, now with the warmth, the bite, the all-important response only tubes can provide.

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