New Amp&FX Modelling App For iOS

The Musicology Group releases Vintage Guitar for iPhone and iPad   05-Feb-16

New Amp&FX Modelling App For iOS

The Musicology Group has released Vintage Guitar for iOS. It's a free app with optional in-app purchases. This is what they have to say about it...

"From the first batch of transistorized effects to the latest boutique pedals, experience a fresh take on classic fuzzes and distortions, phase shifters, chorus/flangers, echo/delays, and wahs. Given the history with such a long list of great sounds it was difficult to decide where to start, so why not right at the beginning. Starting with the very first transistorized fuzz effect released in 1962 we begin our journey. Follow with us as we revisit a long list of classic effects for the electric guitar through our first app for iOS, Vintage Guitar."


  • Free Compressor and Amplifier models to instantly shape your tone, based on timetested vintage designs
  • Easy-to-use Floor Controller for configuring Presets and routing controls to effects in your signal chain with a focus on live performance
  • iOS standards like Inter-App audio for use with Garageband, crosstalk suppression when using the headphone jack as an audio input, Background Audio support, and Audio Session mixing to allow jamming along with iTunes tracks
  • Expanding Pedal Shop of vintage effects with a free download to get you started, as well as an option for subscription-based participation which will unlock all current and future products and updates

Pricing and Availability:

Free at the app store.

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Charlo    Said...

What the world needed, another amp and fx modeling application. Subscription based too. May you fail in peace

05-Feb-16 08:16 AM

Frikandel    Said...

Watchu talking bout, Willis? It's free with in app purchases.

Guitar market is 100 times the size of synths. There can at least be as many guitar apps as there are hardware pedals.

06-Feb-16 10:52 AM

Peter    Said...

One should always turn off the antivirus (at least Norton), before using that type of apps. There’s some sort of lag going on when both are active. I dont know if that happens with other antivirus, but I always have to do that.

In terms of physical rig, I found a video with interesting info about amplification and gear. It’s helping me a lot:


26-Feb-16 04:41 AM

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