ampLion features ultra-precise simulation of 9 guitar preamps, 7 power amps, 12 speakers, 8 microphones and 30 effects deliver extra wide variety of unique guitar sounds. AmpLion turns your computer into an ultimate guitar stack. Use it in standalone mode for playing live, learning, and rehearsing, or as a plug-in module to enhance your guitar tracks.
Compose & Practice
ampLion's advanced track player lets you play along with your favourite artists and learn their songs. Speed control alows you to slow down, if you can`t make it, or even speed up. The built in recorder will keep every new riff safe. Record dry guitar sound, processed or even mix with the track player.
Record & Mix
ampLion can be used as a plug-in module for host applications. That makes recording guitar so easy. Forget about miking your (hardware) amp. Just record clean guitar signal and decide what sound suits your record best while mixing.
There's no need to move around heavy guitar stacks for every show. Simply take your laptop with ampLion installed and use it instead. AmpLion can be easily controlled by any MIDI controller. In addition, Live mode offers a simplified view of presets for live playing.
In our lab, we unscrewed every last screw from every modeled amp and measured every part of it. Therefore you cannot tell the difference between our software simulation and the real world hardware amps. But you can also freely combine different preamps and power amps.
Fender Super Reverb, Fender Deluxe Reverb, Fender Bassman '59, Marshall JCM800, Marshall JCM900, MesaBoogie Dual Rectifier, Engl Ritchie Blackmore Signature, Engl Tube Preamp 530 (Lead mode), Engl Tube Preamp 530 (Clean mode)
Power amps Simulated
MesaBoogie Dual Rect (solid state), MesaBoogie Dual Rect (tube), Fender Bassman Fender Super Reverb, Marshall 100W, Marshall 50W, Fender Deluxe Reverb
Cabs and Mics
The signal from the amplifier can be split and processed by two independent speakers. Cab & mic models can be miked by 7 different microphone types with simulation of distance, position, and axis.
Marshall MG30FX Combo, Fender Blues Junior Combo, Fender RocPro 700 Combo, Line6 Spider Valve Bogner, Engl E320 Thunder 50 Combo, Marshall JCM900 Combo, Marshall TSLC, MesaBoogie Rectifier 212, MesaBoogie RoadKing (left speaker C90), MesaBoogie RoadKing (right speaker V30), MesaBoogie Rectifier 412 Slant, Marshall 1960A
Shure SM57, Audix i5, Rode NT1-A, AKG C1000, AKG C451, Sennheiser MKH40, Audix D6, AKG D112
In each preset you can use up to 8 (or 4+4) from dozens of stompboxes. Use a number of drive pedals, choruses, EQs and others to improve your sound. If your sound is not freaky enough, add some post rack effects... In addition, use a built-in tuner.
Drive pedals: Brian May Booster, Dunlop MXR Distortion, ProCo Rat, BOSS OD1, BOSS SD1, Ibanez Tube Screamer 9, Ibanez Tube Screamer 808, BOSS Metal Zone
Chorus pedals: BOSS CH1, BOSS CE5
Phaser pedal: Electro-Harmonix Small Stone
Flanger: Electro-Harmonix Electric Mistress, Electro-Harmonix Electric Mistress Deluxe
Wah: VOX Clyde McCoy Wah Dunlop Cry Baby VOX V847 Wah Pedal EHX Big Muff Π Crying Tone Pedal – high EHX Big Muff Π Crying Tone Pedal – low
Tremolo: Boss TR-2
Delay: Boss DM-2