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Gear Available in AmpliTube Hendrix™

In AmpliTube Hendrix™ you get:

5 Stompboxes

  • Uni-V – Based on Univox™ Uni-Vibe™, and offering both chorus and vibrato effects.
  • Octa-V – Based on the Roger Mayer™ Octavia®, which was custom made for Hendrix. All manner of frequency-based effects. Think “Purple Haze,” “Fire” and more.
  • Fuzz Age – Based on the Arbiter® Fuzz Face®. Transistor-based fuzz.
  • Wah 46 – Based on the Vox® V846 wah, which was Jimi’s favorite. It’s unlocked after you register the app.
  • Noise Filter – From AmpliTube, this pedal helps reduce the noise from the high-gain settings.

2 Amplifiers

  • JH Gold – Model based on a Marshall® JTM 45™. Was one of Hendrix’s favorite amps. He liked to play it really loud.
  • JH Dual – Model based on a Fender® Dual Showman™. Hendrix used this one during the Experience tour in 1968-69. It had reverb and tremolo built-in.

2 Cabinets

  • 4x12"J – Model based on Marshall® 4x12 equipped with J.B.Lansing® D120F.
  • 2x15"J – Based on Fender® Dual Showman™ 2x15" equipped with J.B.Lansing® D130F.

Below are all the models of gear included in AmpliTube Hendrix™, plus all the gear models you can add to your rig through in-app purchase.

Hendrix - Noise Filter

This Stomp allows to reduce any unwanted noise that is coming from the input or from the instrument. Extremely useful on high gain rock and metal sounds where the input noise can become too high in certain cases.

Hendrix - Fuzz Age

Based on Arbiter® Fuzz Face™

This effect is modeled after a classic germanium transistor fuzz stomp effect. Typically used on lead guitar, this effect has remained a popular distortion effect throughout the years.

Hendrix - Octa-V

Based on Roger Mayer® Octavia™

This effect was first used on “Purple Haze” and “Fire.” It is a fuzz box with frequency-doubling circuitry that produces a second note an octave above the fundamental note.

Hendrix - Uni-V

Based on Univox® Uni-Vibe™

This effect is based on an original optical phaser/chorus. This was a chorus/rotating-speaker simulator that was introduced in 1969 and used predomi­nantly in live performances. This created a swirling effect quite similar to the most famous rotary speaker cabinet but with the addition of speed control. This effect was employed on tracks such as “Hey Baby (The Land of the New Rising Sun),” “Earth Blues,” and “Machine Gun.”

Hendrix - Wah 46

Based on Vox® Wah V846™

This effect is based on the most famous Wah-Wah model used by Jimi Hendrix, which became his signature sound in masterpiece tunes like “Voodoo Child.” The original model is considered to be one of the best sounding Wah-Wahs of all time.

Hendrix - JH Dual

Based on Fender® Dual-Showman™

Jimi Hendrix acquired this 100 watt amp in 1968 and used it in 1968-1969 with the Experience tour, together with an assortment of other amps. The amp sported a built-in spring reverb unit and tremolo.

Matching Cab: Hendrix - 2x15"J

Hendrix - JH Gold

Based on Marshall® JTM 45™

is modeled on the Classic British 100 watt amp Jimi Hendrix is generally associated with. Jimi Hendrix often used multiple amp heads (up to 6) looping them together to get more power.

Matching Cab: Hendrix - 4x12"J

Hendrix - 2x15"J

Based on Fender® Dual Showman™ 2x15 equipped with J.B.Lansing D130F™

Matching Amp: Hendrix - JH Dual

Hendrix - 4x12"J

Based on Marshall® 4x12 equipped with J.B.Lansing® D120F™

Matching Amp: Hendrix -JH Gold

Condenser 87

Based on Neumann® U-87™ condenser microphone

This is a model of one of the most popular large diaphragm mics ever. It can be found in any large recording studios mic locker. Because of it’s excellent frequency response curve, the 87 has become the go to mic when needing a clean, flattering sound.

Dynamic 57

Based on Shure® SM57™ dynamic microphone

This model has a flatter frequency response than the other dynamic mics. This mic is highly regarded as a guitar mic and used widely in studios all over the world.

2-Track Recorder

The 2-track recorder allows you to lay down your musical ideas. Recording sessions can be organized and saved into Projects. You can record instruments through the iRig interface or vocals through the built-in mic.

The lower part of the interface is dedicated to the mixer controls. The various mixer sections can be accessed by sliding through the different pages or by tapping on the respective icons on the right part of the pages. The Volume knob controls the output volume of the track while a VU-Meter shows the track volume level. The Pan knob allows to control the stereo positioning of the track.

The Effects switches enable the stomps and amp rig audio processing on the recorder track and allows to re-amp your track (so you can change the effects on your track without the need to re-record it). The Apply button permanently applies the effects on the track.

Loop Drummer Included Rock Groove

All versions of AmpliTube for iPhone and AmpliTube for iPad include 1 groove (8 loops) from the Loop Drummer Rock Pack.

Stomp

Hendrix - Noise Filter

Hendrix - Fuzz Age

Hendrix - Octa-V

Hendrix - Uni-V

Hendrix - Wah 46

Amp

Hendrix - JH Dual

Hendrix - JH Gold

Cab

Hendrix - 2x15"J

Hendrix - 4x12"J

Mic

Condenser 87

Dynamic 57

Recorder

2-Track Recorder

Loop Drummer

Loop Drummer Included Rock Groove

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