New Version Of Waves GTR

GTR Solo announced – GTR amp simulation in a more affordable package      28/03/08
New Version Of Waves GTR


Waves say that their new GTR Solo software is powerful and affordable and delivers the sound of real amps, cabs, stomps, and mics— the same GTR sounds top guitarists, producers, and engineers are using on their most important tracks. A Waves spokesperson had this to say, “Just plug in, fire it up, and experience precision models of amplifiers by Fender, Marshall, Vox and others. Then take it to the next level with awesome distortion, modulation, and ambient effects.�
Amps
  • Clean Based on a 1959 tweed Fender® Bassman®
  • Sweet Based on a 1968 Gibson® Skylark
  • Edgy Based on a 1980 Vox® AC-30 TB-2
  • Drive Based on a 1964 blackface Fender® Super Reverb®
  • Overdrive Based on a 1980 Marshall® JMP
  • Crunch Based on a custom Garciaâ„¢ from Paul Reed Smith’s personal collection
  • Shredder Based on a Marshall® JMP1 preamp
  • PRS Scorch Based on a boutique amplifier from Paul Reed Smith’s personal collection
  • PRS Crush Based on a modified 50W Marshall® MK2
  • SolidState Based on a Hartke® 3500
Cabinets
  • 12" OpenBack
  • 2x12" Closed Back
  • 2x12" Open Back
  • 4x10" Open Back
  • 4x12" Standard
  • 4x12" Vintage
  • Acme 12" Custom
  • Bass 8x10" Pro
  • Acme 4x12â€� Vintage Gibson Skylark
  • Acme 8â€� OpenBack Hiwatt
Stomps
  • OverDrive
  • Distortion
  • Phaser
  • Flanger
  • Chorus
  • Delay
  • WahWah
  • Spring
  • Pitcher
  • Vibrolo
  • GateComp
  • EQ and Volume
GTR Solo also includes a precision tuner.
Pricing and Availability:
$140 More information:
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