Tag Archives: Amplitube

10 Great Gift Tips for Guitarists

Christmas is approaching, and if you have guitarists in your midst here are some great gift tips. Most of them require you know the reciever and some of his/her gear preferences (but don’t all great gifts build on knowledge of the person?). 1. Guitar Strap To be able to stand up and play, you need […]

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iPhone Guitar Interface Shootout

Apogee Jam

The first time I heard about connecting your guitar to your iPhone was in March 2010 when PRS Released the Guitar Bud and an accompanying app called Jam Amp. The breakthrough wasn’t until IK Multimedia released the iRig and an iPhone version of Amplitube. About the same time Peavey and Agile released the AmpKit and […]

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LePou – the King of Free Amp Sims

LePou LeCto dual rectifier sim

A digital amp simulator takes an unmodified electric guitar signal (usually referred to as a dry signal) and processes it in the same way a real physical amplifier would. There are numerous amp sims in hardware and software, some of the more notable are Line 6 PODs, Axe FX, Eleven Rack (hardware) and Guitar Rig, […]

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Why There is no Ampkit for Android

AmpKit is my absolute favorite iPhone app. It’s a fully fledged digital amp modeler with lots of gear and recording capabilities that I’ve written about before. There’s also Amplitube for iPhone that does pretty much the same, even though AmpKit is my favorite. On a forum someone asked if there’s an Ampkit for Android, or […]

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Blown Away by AmpKit

AmpKit is an iPhone-app for amp simulation and effects. In short, all you need (short of a chord) to transform you phone into a full-feature digital guitar rig like a POD or Boss GT. You connect your guitar using an adapter that fits into the headset port, like the┬áiRig eller AmpKit Link, and you’re ready […]

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