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and yeah, I didnt mean the Kemper profiling thing, I meant that what Peavey calls guitar profiling. and that is what I am interested in: make my. The latest iteration of Peavey's modelling software not only allows you to build your The new ReValver 4 is a free download, and although you only get a. Peavey - Revalver Mark Iii V 2.6.3 keygen · Peavey Revalver Mkiii V.st serial key gen · Peavey Revalver Mk Iii keygen · Peavey Revalver Mk Iii.

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Old 08-21-2014, 04:16 AM  

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DefaultReValver 4 (Free Version Available)

The free version is actually the basic version and much like IK Multimedia only without the stupid Custom Shop one can purchase additional tools. Looks like a good deal (at least on paper, didn't have the time to install and try it yet, but at least everybody can DL the installer, there's no need to register etc). Scroll down to the end of the page to read what the basic pack contains. Have fun!

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it can guitar profiling??? I was up to say: no, you dont need that, you have nearly everything Line6 and Vox offers and then I saw that guitar profiling in the video.

hm ... $100 that is €75 ...

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Update:

O.K. First I want to say it sounds really good but unfortunately it's not as simple as I thought (not really a big problem either). When you install it, it will also install "Amp Store". When you visit it for the first time you have to create an account and the next step is to choose an USB device your licence(s) will be tied to and it will have to be used every time you want to use ReValver (on any machine, of course). That's where I stopped and uninstalled everything, but I'll be back because even the free part is well worth having.

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I have the demo uninstalled.

well ... I will buy it or not. my interest is about the guitar profiling. if that works, then that is a go.

does anyone know something about this?

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my interest is about the guitar profiling. if that works, then that is a go.

does anyone know something about this?

I know enough to say 'profiling' probably isn't the correct word (it is not anything like what a Kemper Profiling Amp does).

The feature works by feeding Revalver your guitar signal and letting it make a reference for it, then you can make a humbucking guitar sound like it has singal coils or vice versa. Its kind of like what a variax does... electric sounds like an acoustic, 6 string can sound like a 12 string, etc.

There are some videos out there of this ACT feature that probably explain it better than I do.


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I will look that video up.

and yeah, I didnt mean the Kemper profiling thing, I meant that what Peavey calls guitar profiling. and that is what I am interested in: make my electric guitar sound acoustic-ish. I dont need it to be 100% acoustic, it should give the imagination of "acoustic".

the Variax I dont really like as a guitar. I play a Brian May Red Special ... so, so the Variax feels to me wrong. :-)) it has a strat-scale - no way - and is all in all too much strat-like. and that is the worst thing for me a guitar can be.

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The Bias plugin for mac and pc is due out soon

I believe there is a profiling option ala the Kemper Profiling Amp

Might be worth waiting for

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and that is what I am interested in: make my electric guitar sound acoustic-ish. I dont need it to be 100% acoustic, it should give the imagination of "acoustic".

It will do that for you. I watched the video and didn't try it myself, but take a look and you'll hear. Not bad, I'd say.

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http://www.positivegrid.com/bias-desktop/

The Bias plugin for mac and pc is due out soon

I believe there is a profiling option ala the Kemper Profiling Amp

Might be worth waiting for

Again not the Kemper. This is "amp matching" and uses EQ to match the EQ curve (and some other hocus pocus ). Similar to EQ'ing a mix to match a guide track. It will sound close to the target tone.

Those Kemper patents are sewn up pretty tight, I doubt that there will ever be a 'cheap version' of the Kemper. I think you will see amp modeling in general improve and increase sound quality (ala S-Gear), but you will still hear people complain about modeling no matter how good it gets. Sad but true.





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.... USB device your licence(s) will be tied to and it will have to be used every time you want to use ReValver (on any machine, of course). That's where I stopped and uninstalled everything...

Sounds like a job for...

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I have long felt that Revalver is sort of second in command, very slightly subjugated by S-Gear when it comes to commercial sims (IMO, based on my tastes in tones, etc). The demo video on the linked page sounds very good. Nice, rich, heavy tones.

No time to play and experiment right now, but I will be very tempted to try this out at some point. Good upgrade price.

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And do you think it'll work?
I mean, it's one thing map an image to explore it,
but will it also emulate the USB hardware ID (whatever)?

Anyway, thanks for the link!

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I have long felt that Revalver is sort of second in command, very slightly subjugated by S-Gear when it comes to commercial sims (IMO, based on my tastes in tones, etc). The demo video on the linked page sounds very good. Nice, rich, heavy tones.

No time to play and experiment right now, but I will be very tempted to try this out at some point. Good upgrade price.

Well, I'm not a fan of high gain tones at all, but I like how this plug feels. Good clean an crunch all the way to OD are pretty easy to dial in, too. Of course, S Gear is what I use almost exclusively, but this one surprised me I must admit. BTW AXP and Ignite Amps really nailed it with their KVR DC entries. Even tho AXP's amp is more my thing (btw, he resolved all the problems he had at the beginning), I like the other one, too.

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Hello gentlemen
Just writing to let you know that we have released new content today!
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Hey guys, I've got a problem with the demo, in that I get the amp sim through the left channel and unprocessed DI signal through the right channel.

It's not a problem I have with any other amp sim. I didn't get a solution on the Peavey forum, and I'm sure I'm just being dumb, but a little help would be appreciated.

The thing I like about revalver is the dynamic IRs, and the individual amps and cabs are great value. I'd like to get the demo working correctly.

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Only problem is the latency and not the amp sims

Amp sims are useless for any live work without running at least at 48 samples MINIMUM.

I do not see any hardware interface companies pushing the envelope on latency at all.

If we get down to the latency of an FX unit then we could then do a lot of live FX without any amps or FX pedals.

For now I do not see anything being done on latency except RME and Presonus.

For now I have ditched almost all my hardware and go live anytime with my Edirol Fa101 running at 48 samples and running Jamvox 2 and Guitar Rig 3

No issues but again you need a good interface to have low latency as what fun are amp and Fx sims if you can not play them live!!!

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Boodolph:

3.5 owner here - If I D/L this free version do I get to keep the stuff I already have or do I HAVE to buy the upgrade to the producer pack?

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ivan,

Revalver 4 will install into its own folder for the standalone version. Both .dll files (old & new versions) are both in my VST folder.

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Bluzcat - what I meant was "can I still use the old stuff from the full 3.5 version in the free version of 4?"

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Bluzcat - what I meant was "can I still use the old stuff from the full 3.5 version in the free version of 4?"

I have the old 3 (not even 3.5) and installed 4. I now have 2 versions installed, they did not merge. I think that they are very different code. I am assuming that 3.5 will do the same, but why not try? I have uninstalled both, S-Gear does all and more, I just reinstalled 3 to test this for you.

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Bluzcat - what I meant was "can I still use the old stuff from the full 3.5 version in the free version of 4?"

Sure can, as already stated Revalver 4 will be a totally separate install, you will have both versions on your machine.

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We have released new content today. Check it out:
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I like the a la carte approach to this. The guitar profiling thing looks intriguing.

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New content is up at the Amp Store today (31/10/2014):

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fifty bucks for the upgrade from 3.5..... Hmmm....

Just downloading 4 to see how it compares.


OKAY. Tried it. Liked it.
Went to buy with my Version 3.5 registered owner's discount on the Producer pack and... It isn't giving me the discount.
I have a support ticket in, but this is frustrating.
Head to Head with S-Gear I STILL liked it esp. the little 20 watt custom shop Peavey amp.


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fifty bucks for the upgrade from 3.5..... Hmmm....

Just downloading 4 to see how it compares.


OKAY. Tried it. Liked it.
Went to buy with my Version 3.5 registered owner's discount on the Producer pack and... It isn't giving me the discount.
I have a support ticket in, but this is frustrating.
Head to Head with S-Gear I STILL liked it esp. the little 20 watt custom shop Peavey amp.

Hi Ivan
Is your III.V serial number registered on the site under your account?

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as far as I know it should have been - 3.5 works fine here but the only one showing up as registered is 3.0 for some reason.

Go figure....

I will fire up the boring computer and troll through my emails to see if I actually got another number - thought the install just piggybacked onto 3.0.

Update: Checked my emails, found the email from you, giving me the download links for 3.5, but nothing that I could see that gave another registration key for .5....

Only thing I could think of was that it was several weeks after I bought that I was able to get the download - I was in France with very minimal broadband when I bought 3 and 3.5 upgrade free with it.

You were so helpful I am almost embarrassed to raise another tech support request!


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as far as I know it should have been - 3.5 works fine here but the only one showing up as registered is 3.0 for some reason.

Go figure....

I will fire up the boring computer and troll through my emails to see if I actually got another number - thought the install just piggybacked onto 3.0.

Update: Checked my emails, found the email from you, giving me the download links for 3.5, but nothing that I could see that gave another registration key for .5....

Only thing I could think of was that it was several weeks after I bought that I was able to get the download - I was in France with very minimal broadband when I bought 3 and 3.5 upgrade free with it.

You were so helpful I am almost embarrassed to raise another tech support request!
Thanks for the kind comment. Now, I have answered your ticket on the ticket system. I believe we should talk over there.

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To the rest of you:
Jose really IS one of the good guys. A credit to Peavey.

The guys I used to deal with in Holland when I returned to Europe were pretty much on the ball, too.

I have a suspicion I still owe them for changing the mains transformer in my free Artists relations bass combo 300 I got when working in Nashville... Shsh! Dont tell anyone!

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To the rest of you:
Jose really IS one of the good guys. A credit to Peavey.

The guys I used to deal with in Holland when I returned to Europe were pretty much on the ball, too.

I have a suspicion I still owe them for changing the mains transformer in my free Artists relations bass combo 300 I got when working in Nashville... Shsh! Dont tell anyone!

Thanks man

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Has anybody had any success with the guitar modelling (ACT)? I've been plugging away at it for a couple of days and I've got nothing, zilch, nada. I know many of the models are demo's but the manual says they will work for the time you are trying them out. Not for me they don't. It doesn't matter which one I choose (free or demo) they all come out sounding exactly like the Telecaster I'm profiling.
Takamine acoustic - sounds like the Tele, 12 string acoustic - sounds like the Tele (not even the usual chorus effect), Les Paul - sounds like the Tele. I've been through the manual over and over and I've watched the video until I'm word perfect. Nothing.
Anyone else had success with this? I'm not interested in the amp sims but I'd pay the full price (and probably more)for the whole thing just to be able to use an electric guitar and get an acoustic sound. (In case anyone suggests it, I've tried most of the hardware electric to acoustic simulator pedals).

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only just got the producer pack down but interesting.... I can say this is going to take a little learning.
And I need to RTFM quite a bit!

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Has anybody had any success with the guitar modelling (ACT)? I've been plugging away at it for a couple of days and I've got nothing, zilch, nada. I know many of the models are demo's but the manual says they will work for the time you are trying them out. Not for me they don't. It doesn't matter which one I choose (free or demo) they all come out sounding exactly like the Telecaster I'm profiling.
Takamine acoustic - sounds like the Tele, 12 string acoustic - sounds like the Tele (not even the usual chorus effect), Les Paul - sounds like the Tele. I've been through the manual over and over and I've watched the video until I'm word perfect. Nothing.
Anyone else had success with this? I'm not interested in the amp sims but I'd pay the full price (and probably more)for the whole thing just to be able to use an electric guitar and get an acoustic sound. (In case anyone suggests it, I've tried most of the hardware electric to acoustic simulator pedals).

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I assume you have done the profiling with your guitar hiting the record button? Do you get any changes in the sound?

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$100 is a pretty nice price, damn. I demo'd revalver III a long time ago and it stood miles above the other software for tone. I didn't buy it due to bugs on mac but that was years ago. This is so tempting.

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$100 is a pretty nice price, damn. I demo'd revalver III a long time ago and it stood miles above the other software for tone. I didn't buy it due to bugs on mac but that was years ago. This is so tempting.


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ReValver 4 is a complete new beast and it's basicly free. Just by installing and licensing it you get a set of modules that can be used, without the very permissive demo limitatio, to test if R4 works ok in your system. The 99$ product is the Producer Pack, a set of modules that is compatible with the content of the MK III.V edition, but you don't need to purchase it (thou it is a VERY good deal, you'll save a lot) to upgrade. You can purchase solely one amp, the RIR2 module and a cab library if you want. We are adding new content constantly to the Amp Store so it is worth checking it out, at least.

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ReValver 4 is a complete new beast and it's basicly free. Just by installing and licensing it you get a set of modules that can be used, without the very permissive demo limitatio, to test if R4 works ok in your system. The 99$ product is the Producer Pack, a set of modules that is compatible with the content of the MK III.V edition, but you don't need to purchase it (thou it is a VERY good deal, you'll save a lot) to upgrade. You can purchase solely one amp, the RIR2 module and a cab library if you want. We are adding new content constantly to the Amp Store so it is worth checking it out, at least.

How does the installation and licensing work for a computer that will not be connected to the Internet? I like what I've heard of the demos, but I don't want anything in demo mode, and my studio computer will never be connected to the Internet.

How about purchasing new modules for the system not connected. Is that possible?

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How does the installation and licensing work for a computer that will not be connected to the Internet? I like what I've heard of the demos, but I don't want anything in demo mode, and my studio computer will never be connected to the Internet.

How about purchasing new modules for the system not connected. Is that possible?

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As it has always been with ReValver, you will need one computer connected to the internet to do the licensing and then transfer the license to a computer that is offline. The purchasing of those new modules would have to take place in that other computer as well.

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I assume you have done the profiling with your guitar hiting the record button? Do you get any changes in the sound?

Yes, I did the profiling and there was a change in the sound, but the change just made the Tele I was using brighter. It was still obviously a Tele. There's a little playback button on the (freebie) Takamine acoustic and I was sort of expecting it to give the Tele that sound. I tried profiling with the switch in all three positions as well. Since my previous post I've also tried with a ES335 and a cheap Epiphone Wilshire with mini humbuckers.
When I tried profiling and then using the demo of the acoustic 12 string, there was no 12 string type sound at all. It still sounded like a 6 string Tele. Not even the usual 'chorus with a bit of phasing'.
I'm probably going to buy the $99.00 pack because, as you write elsewhere, it's great value compared to other amp-sim programs, and I use 'real' Peavey amps anyway. It's just a shame I can't get the acoustic guitar modelling to work (or work as I expected I probably should say).


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never heard a convincing "electric guitar sounding like an acoustic via software" yet.

I use - (duh!) an acoustic guitar!

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Peavey ReValver 4

The latest iteration of Peavey’s modelling software not only allows you to build your own virtual guitar amps, but to ‘profile’ real ones.

Guitar amp modelling is a technology that now has a long history. Whether it’s done using dedicated hardware such as modelling amps, racks or floorboards, or in software, modelled guitar tones can now be utterly convincing. Players have strong personal preferences in terms of tone and feel, but from the listener’s perspective — even that of a well-informed and critical listener — when those tones hit you from your studio monitors, PA speakers, hi-fi or ear-buds Well, there are lots of interesting A/B blind tests you can now find on YouTube if you want to test your own abilities to tell the difference between a real amp and a modelled version of the same amp.

Peavey’s ReValver is one of the many native software-only modellers, and has been around for some time — Paul White looked at ReValver 3 back in the May 2009 issue of SOS. The new ReValver 4 is a free download, and although you only get a relatively small amount of virtual kit for nothing, an impressive selection of virtual amps, cabs and effects can be added with the modestly priced Producer Pack.

ReValver 4 is installed as a stand-alone program and in VST, AU and AAX plug-in versions, on Mac OS and Windows. Installation is simple enough, but does require a USB device to store a licence key: I used my iLok, but any USB device can be used. The free version includes only a few ‘lite’ amps, cabs and effects, but the full set of virtual equipment is accessible via a demo mode, so you can give the ReValver 4 experience a pretty thorough workout before buying. The built-in Amp Store allows you to buy items once you are ready to commit. Amps, cabs and so on can be bought individually, but also in bundles, and for this review, I explored what is perhaps the best-value bundle: the ReValver 4 Producer Pack. Peavey also provided me with a few other extras to try out, notably some of the ACT (Audio Cloning Technology) add-ons.

Fully Stacked

The Producer Pack bundle opens up an impressive collection of virtual equipment including a diverse selection of amps.The Producer Pack bundle opens up an impressive collection of virtual equipment including a diverse selection of amps.I spent most of my time with the VST plug-in running within Cubase 9, but also gave the stand-alone version a spin. This would, with suitable hardware and audio connectivity, allow you to use ReValver 4 in a ‘performance’ context in the studio, rehearsal room or on stage. There is a ‘gig’ mode that offers features tuned for that context, including eight user-defined presets and MIDI switching with suitable MIDI hardware. This mode also includes a global EQ option to shape all presets to the acoustics of the performance space.

In other respects, the stand-alone and plug-in versions are similar, and are built around a number of ‘modules’. There have been some changes since Paul’s ReValver 3 review. For example, you now get Input and Output modules (I’ll come back to these later) and then three ‘slots’ called Stomps, Amps & Cabs and Effects, into which you can place individual modules. In fact, you actually get six such slots, as there are two parallel signal paths, allowing you to build two separate rigs, either for blending or creating a more pronounced stereo image. In both pathways, the signal order follows the same sequence of Stomps, Amps & Cabs and Effects, reflecting how a real guitar rig is constructed.

The Stomps section UI is now built around a visual representation of a hardware pedalboard that simply expands as you add more items. The Stomps section UI is now built around a visual representation of a hardware pedalboard that simply expands as you add more items. The Producer Pack provides a pretty varied selection of equipment. As you might expect, the amps and cabs are dominated by some Peavey favourites, but there are also thinly disguised models of other brands including Marshall, Orange and Vox. The cab modelling is based upon impulse response technology, in both full and ‘lite’ versions, the latter being less demanding of CPU resources. You also get a choice of virtual mics, options for mic placement and ambience/filter controls.

The Stomps section covers all the usual options, including overdrive, distortion, compression, modulation, wah and reverb, and is now presented as a virtual pedalboard that simply expands as you add more modules. The pedalboard UI is pleasing to look at, but occasionally requires reading glasses to decipher some of the control labels!

The Effects section delivers a more ‘post-amp’ rack-style view, with options including the rather nice Again Delay, a graphic EQ and the World Wide Verb. ReValver also offers a module that can be placed in the Stomps, Amps & Cabs or Effects areas for hosting third-party VST or AU plug-ins, which obviously opens up all sorts of further creative options.

The Effects section is presented rack-style and, as shown here, can include the ACT Rack EQ module as an extra add-on.The Effects section is presented rack-style and, as shown here, can include the ACT Rack EQ module as an extra add-on.Peavey have provided a huge number of presets, which most certainly demonstrate the versatility provided by this combination of virtual equipment, and include some intended for bass and acoustic guitar. As with any native virtual guitar rig, you need to make sure that the DI’ed guitar input you are using is of a suitable quality (a high-impedance input on your audio device or a dedicated DI box, for example) but, with that in place, ReValver 4 does, indeed, sound very good. I found myself doing the usual preset tweaking to find exactly what I wanted, but the bottom line is that, through my studio monitors, ReValver 4 was more than capable of delivering the goods, whether that’s sparkly cleans, head-crushing gain or something in between.

Better Than The Real Thing?

Top-end hardware modelling devices such as the Kemper Profiling Amp, BIAS Head, Fractal Audio Axe-FX, Amplifire and Line 6 Helix (amongst others) are drawing increasing numbers of professional guitar players in thanks to their tonal flexibility, practicality and sound. But are they as good as a real amp? That’s the question, and it’s one that will only become more interesting when Line 6 release their newly announced native software version of the Helix hardware unit.

Right now, I’d take my Helix over any of the native software solutions I’ve tried, ReValver 4 included. It has a responsiveness that I’ve not yet quite felt when using a software-only solution. Equally, while I’m a huge fan of guitar rig modelling technology, I also love the sound of a tube-based amp and, as a performer, I still prefer the interaction that amp, guitar and fingers seems to provide. There is a subtle but, to many, real difference. All that said, through my studio monitors, ReValver 4’s tones can sound absolutely great, whether isolated or within a mix. I’m still not 100 percent sure that the performance experience is quite the same but, sonically, I suspect that the vast majority of listeners — including guitar players — would find it pretty difficult to hear the difference in a recording context.

I’m not sure quite how many guitar players might wish to turn up to a gig with just ReValver 4, their laptop, and a suitable audio interface just yet. Guitarists are still, in the main, a pretty conservative bunch. However, dedicated hardware modellers are slowly gaining some traction here so maybe native software will follow?

The studio is another matter, though. Like all guitar rig modelling packages, ReValver 4 offers a vast range of tonal possibilities. Equally, like the competition, the current incarnation of ReValver 4 is streets ahead of where software/native-based guitar amp modelling was five or more years ago. I like the changes Peavey have made in the UI for this version, and the ACT technology shows considerable potential, although the amp profiling process does require a bit of work to fully exploit. In a mix, ReValver can sound very convincing and the ease with which you can dial in almost any tone — and re-dial it after the fact — is a big benefit for the studio user. Add in the cost and convenience factors and ReValver 4 is undoubtedly a very tempting proposition for the studio-based guitar player.

Alternatives

The obvious software competition to ReValver 4 comes from products such as Native Instruments’ Guitar Rig 5 Pro, IK Multimedia’s AmpliTube 4, Scuffham’s S-Gear 2.5 and Positive Grid’s BIAS FX and BIAS Amp. The last of these is Positive Grid’s take on building your own amp design, while all the other products offer the complete virtual guitar rig experience combining amps, cabs and effects. All come fully stocked and, frankly, sound great.

Additionally, by the time you read this, Line 6 may also have added Helix Native to the options and, although this may well be more expensive, it appears it will offer all the modelling options of the highly regarded Helix hardware unit in a native software format.

A Class ACT?

A big selling point of ReValver 4 is a paid-for add-on that Peavey describe as Audio Cloning Technology, or ACT, which fulfils several different roles within the software. It is built into both the Input and Output modules, and if you are prepared to pay for the additional modules, you can also access the ACT Combo Tone Matching module ($39.99) and the ACT Rack EQ module ($19.99). All of these ACT elements offer something different.

Within the Input module, you can capture the sound of your DI’ed input signal. Then, using ‘profiles’ captured by Peavey from a range of classic electric and acoustic guitars, the ACT technology will transform your input sound into the chosen profile sound. You can, therefore, transform your own single-coil guitar input into, for example, a humbucker-based guitar — or, potentially, an acoustic guitar. A few profiles are supplied as standard, and plenty more are available within the Amp Store. In the Output module, the ACT technology provides EQ shaping. Again, a range of ‘classic’ guitar tones have been profiled, and presets can be applied to push your own tone in the direction of the profiled tone.

The ACT Combo Tone Matching module is, in concept, very similar to the amp profiling available in hardware such as the Kemper Profiling Amplifier or BIAS Amp’s Amp Match feature. This allows you to ‘capture’ the sound of a real amp within the module; ReValver will then attempt to ‘match’ that tone using its various modelling options. The matching process uses a combination of a special test tone, which you have to replay through your amp, and your actual guitar tone as you play. The process requires a little bit of audio routing to complete, but nothing most diehard SOS readers should find too challenging. The end result is an ACT Combo profile that, in theory, should replicate the tone of your real amp.

The ACT Input Shaper can try to transform your input instrument. Les Paul to nylon acoustic anyone?The ACT Input Shaper can try to transform your input instrument. Les Paul to nylon acoustic anyone?The ACT Rack EQ module, which can be used within the Effects section of ReValver, provides a matching EQ option not unlike that offered by Voxengo’s CurveEQ. This allows you to apply the frequency response of a sound you want to replicate to a ‘target’ sound. The profiling process is fairly straightforward, and you can also control how far the matching EQ is blended into the target sound, as well as applying some smoothing to the EQ profile.

All these various ACT modules are based upon some pretty clever technology, and open up a huge range of potential tone options. I had no issues using the ACT Rack EQ, and found it easy to get good results. The ACT options within the Input module also work well providing you are attempting something that wasn’t too big a leap. For example, converting a single-coil guitar into a humbucker (or the other way around) produces very usable results. However, don’t expect to transform your Les Paul into a Martin acoustic with any great conviction; unless you are very lucky, the artificial nature of the transformation is generally pretty obvious.

The ACT Combo add-on module provides a DIY ‘amp profiling’ option.The ACT Combo add-on module provides a DIY ‘amp profiling’ option.My results with the ACT Combo were intriguing, but suggested that this is a process that does require some experience and experimentation to get the best from. I tried to profile my own studio tube amp (a Blackstar HT20) and, while I was able to get close, I’m not sure the fidelity of the modelled profile really matched that of the original. Equally, the playing experience through the profiles I created didn’t really match that of the real amp. However, there are a selection of ACT-based amp profiles available in the Amp Store that are considerably better than my own attempts, so perhaps profiling an amplifier requires a skill level that the review period didn’t allow me to achieve.

Soldering In Software

ReValver 4 allows the user to tweak individual components of a module without any danger of death by electrocution.ReValver 4 allows the user to tweak individual components of a module without any danger of death by electrocution.ReValver 4 retains the ReValver 3 option to tweak the design of modules by changing some virtual components. This is great for the real tone-geeks but I’m not sure the user interface — which is based upon some genuine schematic diagrams that pop up within the display — provides the most user-friendly of experiences.

The obvious comparison here is with the approach now offered by Positive Grid’s BIAS Amp software, both on desktop and iOS, where you get a much more user-friendly graphical interface for the same underlying process. With BIAS Amp now offering competition, this might be an area that Peavey need to rethink when the next major iteration of ReValver appears.

Pros

  • Free to try, and the Producer Pack offers excellent value.
  • Sounds great, with a huge range of tonal options.
  • There is considerable potential in the ACT features.

Cons

  • Graphics on some modules are quite small.
  • Amp profiling has potential but requires some practice.

Summary

ReValver 4 sounds great, and although software might not provide the same performance experience as a real amp or a top-end dedicated hardware unit, Peavey’s offering certainly delivers in terms of flexibility, convenience and value for money for the studio user.

information

Free. Producer Pack $99; add-on modules from $2.99; upgrades from $49.99.

www.peavey.com

Free. Producer Pack $99; add-on modules from $2.99; upgrades from $49.99.

www.peavey.com

Test Spec

  • Peavey ReValver 4.
  • Apple iMac with 3.5GHz Intel Core i7 CPU and 32GB RAM, running Mac OS 10.12.2.
  • Soundcraft Signature 12MTK.
  • Tested with Steinberg Cubase Pro 9.0.1.

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Introducing Peavey ReValver® 4 – Peavey Electronics

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Free Guitar Amp Software For PC Windows 10/7/8/XP Mac Free Download

Amp Sims List

Free Guitar Amp Software is a round up of the best free and paid amp sims for playing guitar using a computer instead of the old school method of playing through a “real” amp. Amp sims have come a long way in recent years. Their realism and sound quality has improved immensely to the point where it can be impossible to distinguish them from the real thing.

Not all amp sims are on the same level, and none can achieve every possible guitar tone or specific kind of sound.Some sims are better than others for certain types of music, and some end up sounding great for things you wouldn’t expect. Basically it all just comes down to a ton to testing to see which amp sims are the best for the particular sound that you are going for; there’s not one “best” amp sim for everything.

There are way more amp sims on the market for guitar (not so much for bass amp sims) than you’d think, so let’s get this list started. Additionally, depending on the amp sim you are using, you may also need to use a separate cabinet loader and some impulse responses (cabinet simulations).

If you’re new to all this, here are some tips for making guitars sound better with amp sims. You’ll need a good equalizer (like the free DDMF IIEQ Pro EQ) and it helps to have a tubescreamer pedal in front with high gain amps (like the free TSE 808 pedal). And of course you’ll need a digital audio workstation to work in; here’s a list of free DAWs that can get you started making music in no time.

Free Amp Sims

LePou Amp Sims – There are five amp sims included in the LePou plugins package, including simulations of a Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier, an ENGL Powerball amp, and a Marshal amp. There’s also a free IR loader for cabinet simulations but it’s only available in 32-bit. A good alternative is NadIR from Ignite Amps.

Brainworx bx_rockrack V3 Player – The Brainworx V3 Player is the free version of their bx_rockrack V3 amp sim collection. It includes a bunch of presets for several amp sim models. The limitation with the free version is you can’t adjust any of the parameters other than the volume. But the presets cover a number of tones and sound really good, and you can always use other plugins and EQs to shape the tone outside of the plugin.

Amplitube 4 Free – You can get access to some free gear from IK by installing their AmpliTube Custom Shop, with the free version of AmpliTube 4 that includes 4 amps, 5 cabinets, 9 stomp boxes, 3 mics and 2 rack effects. But beware, it’s like a gateway drug that induces buying more gear from IK.

Voxengo Boogex – The Voxengo Boogex amp sim is one of the better options for a free amp sim plugin. It includes a built-in reverb module, a noise gate, a cabinet IR loader that supports 3rd party IRs, and a spectrum analyzer. It’s available in VST, AU, and AAX formats for PC and Mac.

Mercuriall Tube Amp Ultra 530 Free – Mercuriall Audio offers a free version of their U530 amp that simulates the ENGL E530 preamp. The free version has a number of limitations but it still works and sounds quite good with a very minimal amount of tweaking. Mercuriall also offers some other free amp sims, including ones for the Marshall JCM800.

Ignite Amps – There a number of really good free plugins available from Ignite Amps. They have everything from an IR loader, a bass amp, tube amps, pedals, and even a vintage tube equalizer.

AmpLion Free – Audiffex offers a free version of their AmpLion amp modeling software. One advantage with it over most other free amps is that it can be used as a standalone application without having to use a DAW. They also offer some other free gear, including a bass amp, and a bunch of simulated pedals, cabinets and microphones.

Vadim Taranov Amp Simulation – Vadim Taranov offers several free VST plugins in 32-bit that simulate amps such as the ENGL Invader, Marshall JCM800, ENGL E530, Peavey 5150, and more.

Paid Amp Sims

Amplitube has been among the top brands for guitar amp sims for some time, with over two dozen available amps and a crapload of cabinets, speakers, mics, and effects. Amplitube 4 is a very comprehensive set of software with over a hundred paid add-ons and packages. The sheer number of choices and tweaking options with Amplitube can be overwhelming.

A lot of people that use amps sims often and are familiar with the different brands consider S-Gear to be one of the best options around. S-Gear includes 5 amps, an IR loader with cabinet sims and a few effects. They offer a 15-day fully functional trial.

Thermionik includes 30 total amps to choose from. They come in sets of 5 amps for $35 with the option to make your own bundle or buy each individually for $8.99. There’s also a complete bundle package with everything for $149, which also includes an IR loader, cabinet sims, a clipper, and EQ as well. Kazrog’s plugins don’t have sexy graphics like the other brands but their sound quality is top notch. Amp models include Fender, Marshall, Peavey, Mesa Boogie, ENGL, Vox, and more.

BIAS is a bit different in that it also offers an amp matching feature to capture any miked amp or recorded track. 36 HD amp models are included in the amp package, plus effects cabinets, mics and tons of customization options.

Guitar Rig 5 Pro 

Guitar Rig 5 from Native Instruments is a complete guitar amp modelling package that features 17 amp models, 27 cabinets, 8 microphones and 54 stompboxes and rack effects.

Brainworx Amps and Pedals 

There are several different guitar amp and pedal simulations available from Brainworx over at Plugin Alliance, but they are some of the more expensive options on this list.

Line 6 Helix Native 

Helix Native has a ton of amps and effects that can be used in a DAW independently from Line 6 hardware. It includes over 60 guitar amps, 30 cabinets, and 100 effects. There is no standalone version so a DAW is required, but it can load 3rd party IRs. There is no free version to try but there is a 15-day fully-functional demo.

Waves GTR3

The Guitar Tool Rack from Waves includes over 30 amps, 30 Cabs, and 25 stompboxes. The have models for Fender, Vox, Mesa/Boogie, Marshall, and others.

Avid Eleven MK II

If money is no object and you are a Pro Tools users, than Avid’s Eleven MK II amp modelling software may be just what you’re looking for. It includes over 30 amps, 18 cabinets and 10 microphones. Works with Pro Tools only.

Peavey Revalver

Revalver 4 is the latest version of Peavey’s own amp modeling software. You can buy amps separately or with a bundle package. As you’d expect, there are a bunch of Peavey amps available, along with a bunch of cabinets and some effects. You can get started with a couple of amp modules and some gear for free.

TSE X50

TSE X50 includes two amp sims, the Peavey 5150 and ENGL E530. There’re also 3 pedals, an EQ, delay, and tuner. The built-in IR loader comes with some really nice cabinet simulations and you can load your own.

Mercuriall Tube Amp Ultra 530 

The Mercuriall Tube Amp Ultra 530 is based on the ENGL E530 preamp. The plugin also includes 8 cabinet models and three tube choices.

AmpLion Pro 

The paid version of AmpLion’s amp software features simulations of 9 guitar preamps, 7 power amps, 12 speakers, 8 microphones and 30 effects.

TH3 

Overloud’s epic TH3 amp software includes an epic 203 models, with 69 guitar amplifiers and 3 bass amplifiers, 35 guitar cabinets and 2 bass cabinets, 75 pedal and rack effects, and 18 microphone models, with up to four mics on each cabinet.

Key Features

  • GA2FE is essential but at the same time you can get very different sounds
  • It is possible to use Guitar amp 2 in stand-alone or within a VST host
  • Guitar Amp 2 Free Edition includes two versatile amplifiers for Guitar and Bass and some other essential gears to get you ready to plug your instrument and start to play!

Module: British

British Amp is a vintage style amplifier that fits multiple sounds,it can be used in clean or overdrive mode. British amp also includes an equalizer with four already set curves and a tone control for high frequencies.

Features

  • Type: Guitar Amplifier
  • Input: Mono
  • Output: Mono

Controls

  • ON / OFF: Enable / disable the amplifier
  • DRIVE: it adjusts the gain / distortion input
  • EQ: selects one of the four EQ curves already set
  • TONE: it adjusts the high frequency gain
  • OVERDRIVE / CLEAN: select the operation mode
  • LEVEL: it adjusts the audio output level

Module: BassVox

BassVox is an amplifier for bass guitar, it already contains all that a bass player needs, including an equalization section, compression and cabinet simulation.

Features

  • Type: Bass Amplifier
  • Input: Mono
  • Output: Mono

Controls

  • ON/OFF: it enables/disables the amplifier
  • LOW/MID/HIGH GAIN: it adjusts the gain of the EQ band
  • LOW/MID/HIGH FREQ: It adjusts the frequency band equalizer
  • COMP: it adjusts the compression of the input signal
  • LEVEL: it adjusts the audio output level
  • CABINET: it selects the cabinet model

Module: Cabinet

Cabinet is a Cabinet simulator that makes the amplifier sound realistic. Each type of cabinet preset has its own characteristic in response of frequency and dynamic. The available cabinets are the respective of each amplifier but it is possibile to combine amp and cabinet to your own taste to get different sounds..It is recommended putting the Cabinet in the effect chain after an amplifier.

Features

  • Type: Simulatore di Cabinet
  • Input: Mono
  • Output: Stereo

Controls

  • EDIT: it shows/hide controls
  • CABINET TYPE: it selects a cabinet model
  • PRESENCE: it extends the stereophonic base in order to depth the sound
  • EFFICENCY: it adjusts the simulation efficiency of the selected cabinet

Module: Fuzz

Fuzz is a classic distortion effect, compared to the typical overdrive distorsion, Fuzz is very sharp because you get almost a square wave output. This kind of distortion is suitable for metal and hard rock genres but featured solo parts. It is recommended putting the Fuzz in the effect chain before an amplifier.

Features

  • Type: Distorsore
  • Input: Mono
  • Output: Mono

Controls

  • ON/OFF: it enables/disables the distorsion
  • Fuzz: it adjust the gain/distortion of rectifier
  • LEVEL: it adjust the output level

Module: Compressor

Compressor is a classic dynamic compressor/limiter.

Features

  • Type: Dynamic compressor
  • Input: Stereo
  • Output: Stereo

Controls

  • ON/OFF: it enables/disables the compressor
  • GAIN: it adjusts the gain input
  • THRESHOLD: it adjusts the compressor threshold
  • RATIO: it adjusts the compressor ratio
  • ATTACK: it adjusts the attack time
  • RELEASE: it adjusts thr release time
  • SOFT CLIP: it eneble the soft clip to limit the signal to 0db
  • OUT LEVEL: it adjusts the output level
  • VU REDUCTION: it show the copression level
  • VU OUT LEVEL: it show the output level signal

Author’s Opinion regarding the Free Guitar Amp Software

The Free Guitar Amp Software has very strong features, while considering the security purpose, priority is very high. No VPN or RDP are required for the said purpose. In some cases, emulator also working fine and middleware software also have the important role for smooth functioning. Therefore, author recommended the Free Guitar Amp Software for your personal use and has no issue regarding the installation on PC (Windows and Mac). I hope you also use it without any trouble, if you have any issue, please mentioned in the email, we will provide you answer with proper solutions. Please like and share with other, we did lot of efforts during the collections of the software for your download.

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Buying an amplifier is essential for playing electric guitars. But getting a good one can be rather expensive. This is especially the case if you are a beginner, or if you don’t earn money by playing. You can understand why someone can have problems with throwing a thousand dollars or more. 

But there is an alternative to an amplifier. You can get a variety of programs that can simulate an amp, and they will allow you to plug your guitar directly into your PC. While some of these programs are quite expensive, it’s possible to find ones that are free of charge. 

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Standalone + Vst Plugin

One of the best options you can find, and the easiest to use, are standalone programs that can act as a plug-in as well. They can do a variety of things besides just being an amp simulator if you want to properly record your guitar there is options built-in. Some programs can act as VST (Virtual Studio Technology) for your DAW (more about DAWs later on). If you already have a program, you might want to find just a plug-in that will enhance the DAW you already own or help you get the desired sound. 

Guitar Rig 6 Player

Available on Windows and Mac

Native Instruments offer a great simulation that comes in both free and paid versions. While the design is the same for both, the free version has fewer options when it comes to amps and effects. When it comes to a free version of the program, you will get one amp and one cabinet to use. However, you can use a couple of effect pedals like Ibanez Tubescreamer, for example. 

There are also a few delay pedals, as well as equalizers and noise gates. The UI is quite good, and you don’t need to spend hours trying to figure out how to use it. The main idea behind these two versions is that the basic or free program offers only a demo, hoping to get you hooked and getting a full version of the software. 

Whichever option you pick, there is no doubt that the program will serve you well, and that you’ll be able to create beautiful music. The paid one, of course, offers so much more when it comes to the choice of equipment. 

AmpliTube Custom Shop

Available on Windows and Mac

Over the years, AmpliTube gained incredible popularity and not without reason. The design of the program is similar to others where you can customize your experience as you would with a real amplifier. 

As you can probably guess, this software comes in several versions as well, but you can get a free plug-in as well. This plug-in will allow you to use AmpliTube 5, as well as 41 models that include ten stomps or pedals, six different amplifiers, seven cabinets, three microphones, and six rack effects and room effects. It also has a built-in tuner that will allow you to always keep your guitar in key. 

One of the best qualities of AmpliTube is that the program is perfect for beginners. You won’t need a degree in engineering to use it, and you can experiment with sounds to find what you love the most. The UI is incredible and it will show you a virtual amp with all the potentiometers and buttons that you can mess around with until you get a tone that you love. 

Naturally, you can get a paid version as well that gives you an opportunity to use “real” brands like Orange, Fender, Mesa, and there are even simulations of player’s rigs available. So, if you really want to sound like Jimi Hendrix, you can buy a custom software that will allow you to achieve it in no time. 

AmpLion Free

Available on Windows and Mac

AmpLion works as a standalone program and plug-in. The program is developed by Audified, and if you like it, you can get a pro version as well. As you can probably guess already, there are several options that are not available in the free version, but you can still use it for practicing, recording, composing, and even playing live! 

What is interesting about AmpLion is that it gives you an option to use Track Player and play along with your favorite songs and artists. You can also use intelligent metronome, which is something that is perfect for practicing. 

AmpLion also allows you to adjust the microphone position while using the simulation, where you can choose the location of the microphone and the distance from the speaker. If you ever tried recording something with a mic and an amplifier, you know how important it can be. 

Finally, it gives an impressive amount of customization, and you can find several pedals and cabinets available even in the free version. AmpLion Free offers five-channel tube amp, two cabinets, metronome, audio player, and advance recorder. 

Bias FX2 

Available on Windows and Mac

The company that’s behind this software recently released its second and upgraded version of BIAS amps. If you compare it to the first one, there is so much improvement, and you will get a lot better feel while playing the newer version. It is worth mentioning that there are several versions of this program that you will have to pay, and the price is between $100 and $300. Why is it on the list, you might ask. Well, you can also get a free version of the program, that comes with certain limitations. 

But even if you get a demo, it is still an incredible software, that will allow you all kinds of customizations and options to tailor the sound to your needs. Using your virtual amplifier is easy. Based on the version of the software you get, you will have hundreds of different effects and amp simulations. Similar to the real thing, you can add or remove reverb, gain, loop, and so on. 

DAW With Built-In Amp Simulator

DAW stands for Digital Audio Workstations might not be the best thing for beginners, due to the complexity of these programs. Some of the programs are designed for audio editing, recording, and such, but they don’t offer an amp simulator you can use to record guitar, but if you find one that does, you won’t have to bother downloading and installing VST plugins.

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If you are a beginner and really don’t know anything about DAWs. Here is a video that demonstrates how to play\record your guitar with Cakewalk DAW. This is just to get you started.

Cakewalk With TH3

Available only on Windows

Cakewalk is designed by BandLab, and as other products on the list, is free. You can record, edit, mix, master, and almost anything you’ll ever need. The BandLab takes pride in its product, and they claim that this is the most complete package you’ll ever find. While Cakewalk works almost like a demo for the THU, TH3 is a free plug-in for Cakewalk you can try out for yourself. It is quite decent software you can try, and since it is free, it offers you a chance to play with it without worrying about a thing.  

Magix With Vandal SE

Available only on Windows

Another great software you can try if you are looking for something heavier is Magix with Vandal SE. Here, you will have a variety of crunch tones, drives, and other effects that are perfect for any heavy metal or rock lovers out there. But this doesn’t mean that you can’t use it on clean as well. It works great for both singles and humbuckers as well. Magix is great for both beginners and more advanced players, and you can check it out on the link above. 

VST Plugins That Works On DAW

Now, things get a bit more complicated if you are looking for a VST for your DAW only. This means that you already have (or plan to have) a Digital Audio Workstation, and there are so many incredible programs available. While the best ones are usually quite costly like Steinberg’s Cubase, there are some you can download for free as I mentioned in the section before.

You can use either Cakewalk that is available for Windows, or Tracktion T7 that’s available for both Windows and Mac. After you downloaded and installed your DAW, you will need to download and install the VST plugin.

If you opted for Cakewalk, which is free, you can follow the link below to see how to install and add VST plugins into it. This will allow you to have both DAW and VST that you can use for free. 

Blue Cat Audio Free Amp

Available on Windows and Mac

Blue Cat is a free simulation plug-in for your DAW, which can be great if you are looking for more variations to your guitar sound. Since this program is free, you can easily download it, and check it out for yourself. The design is easy to use, and it works as a demo of their Axiom program. You will get a taste of their popular amps. There are three amps available and you can use them regardless of your music taste. Settings for each of the three amps allow you to use anything from clean and soft guitar sound to crunchy heavier sounds for rock lovers. As with a real amp, you can experiment with potentiometers to make something that’s perfect for you. 

Voxengo Boogex

Available on Windows and Mac

Boogex is a rather interesting program. While it has a similar function to the others on the list, the design is a lot different. Here, you won’t have a visual representation of an amplifier, but you will still have an option to customize your sound. Where Boogex shines is with low and medium settings for gain. You can still play it with higher gain, but the sound will be a lot less clear. However, this might be appealing to some players anyway. Higher gain settings are a lot more fizzy and compressed. 

There are also a lot of built-in impulse responses, and you can add different loaders as well. Voxengo also made sure that you have an impressive selection of amplifiers, cabinets, and even microphones. 

The quality of this software lies in variations and changes you can try out. Almost anything is possible, and you can try both smooth jazz sound and heavy metal drive. The latency is almost zero, which means that you can use it for real-time processing. 

Finally, the program won’t be a trouble for your CPU, and you can even add additional cabinet speaker impulses. 

Ignite Amps

Available on Windows and Mac

The main thing about Ignite amps is they are completely free to use. Their product covers both tube amps and solid-state ones. If you were wondering about how it works, the technology is based on analog modeling and derives systems of nonlinear differential equations. The entire software is based on C++, and more importantly, it’s free. 

You can also get a plug-in for the majority of DAWs or Digital Audio Workstations, and you can play, record, and test it as much as you like. 

Among the amp plug-ins, you can get are Libra, Emissary, The Anvil, NadIR, and many more. While it might not sound as impressive as having a Fender, these simulations are incredible, and you can adjust and customize them as much as you desire. These plug-ins have different purposes, and you can find ones designed for mixing, jamming, simulations of tube amps, solid-state, and so much more. 

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LePou Plugins

Available on Windows and Mac

Another exciting thing you can try is one of the LePou plugins. These are designed to simulate one several popular amps. You can find, for example, a hybrid guitar amp, which is a solid-state amp with tubes in the preamp. Furthermore, there is a preamp simulator, as well as a variety of cabinets. 

The best thing about these plugins is that they are free of charge, and you can download them whenever you desire. Most of these are quite good and give you an option to further customize the sound. All you have to do is try a few and see which one suits your style and taste.

Kuassa Ampilfikation Lite

Available on Windows and Mac

If you are looking for a more classic, vintage style, Kuassa might have a perfect thing for you. Their amp software, Amplifikation, allows you to experience the best of the bygone era, and enjoy the traditional bluesy rock style. Like many other entries on the list, there is a lite version that is completely free and allows you to try out their product.

Lite offers an amplifier that sounds like a combination of Marshall and Peavey amps. Naturally, you can use gain if you are looking for a harder music genre, but you can play it clean as well. The simulation is able to perfectly capture that late seventies sound, and if you are looking for something like this, Kuassa might be the best choice. 

Kuassa also offers a couple of pedals that you can take free of charge, like equalizer and noise-gate, and you can always check their paid models if you want something more. 

Shattered Glass Audio Ice

Available on Windows and Mac

If the seventies are too recent for you, Shattered Glass might have a product you’ll like. Their amp simulator is based on Fender’s Tweed Champ, which is arguably one of the best amps from the fifties. The original inspiration is 5W, all-tube amp. What is interesting here is the option to adjust the level of feedback. 

There is also a mod to the real circuit and it includes grip stopper resistors. You can also use a plug-in that can be oversampled up to eight times. 

Interestingly, the volume on the amp simulator can go all the way to twelve, just like on the original amp. It’s a nice detail which tweed lovers will undoubtedly appreciate. 

X50 V2

Available on Windows and Mac

This software comes from TSE Audio, and it is definitely worth your attention. As some of the previous examples on the list, you can find a demo or free version that is a stripped version of the original program. Some of the functionalities will be unavailable, but you will still get a very clear idea of what they have to offer. 

X50 V2 is rather versatile, and you can get anything from a crisp clean tone, all the way to heavy metal distortion. But even if you get a free version, you will still be able to use a tuner, equalizer, delay, phaser, reverb, and several distortion pedals. 

But one of the main qualities of the software is simplicity. You will notice from the start that the program is rather intuitive and easy to use. you won’t need an expensive PC to run the X50 V2. Furthermore, a demo version is available for both platforms, and you can download it and check system requirements in the link below. 

NRR-1

Available on Windows and Mac

If you are a heavy metal player, there is a chance that you are not satisfied with some of the entries on the list. Finding an amplifier that has a good distortion can be challenging, especially if we talk about software simulations. Ignite designed NRR-1, and the program was created for Cristiano Trionfera. Trionfera is currently playing with an Italian symphonic death metal band, and NRR-1 is quite similar to the original amp he used. 

This program offers three channels: clean, rhythm, and lead. Each of the channels has its own separate controls, and you can choose between mono and stereo processing support. It also allows you to use preset management systems as well as bank import and export functions. 

For everyone looking for a digital version of his amplifier from 2009, this will be an incredible option. You can find more info on the link, and you can try it for yourself if you are into a heavier sound. 

SimulAnalog Guitar Suite

Available only on Windows

SimulAnalog Guitar Suite is a free program that offers a variety of amplifiers and pedals. While it is not as polished as some others from the list, there is no paid version. This means that you will get the whole product, and you won’t be tempted to invest if your goal was to experiment on your computer. 

Furthermore, the software comes only in the 32-bit version, which might be a deal-breaker for some. However, the sound that you can create using this program is well worth the trouble. The plugins you can find here offer two amplifiers, Fender Twin from 1969 and Marshall JCM9000 Dual Reverb. 

When it comes to effects, there are Boss DS-1 and SD-1, incredible TubeScreamer, Univox Univibe which is for modulations, and a phaser based on Oberheim PS-1. As you can see, the options for pedals and amps are rather impressive, and they are able to cover a plethora of genres. With this equipment, you’ll be able to play anything from blues to heavy metal. 

Black Rooster Audio Cypress TT-15

Available on Windows and Mac 

Black Rooster designed Cypress TT-15 that is incredible for all the metal lovers out there. As with other entries on the list. Finding a good drive or distortion for hard rock or metal is not easy, and most VST will give you an unsatisfying tone. However, Cypress can be quite good if you know how to use it. The settings for this VST are amazing, and it allows you to create a lot of incredible tones that work amazingly with heavy riffs. 

Cypress is good for both lead and rhythm sounds, and you can use a variety of effects like delay. The amp is a solid-state, and it has three knobs for tone, gain, and volume. While it would be amazing if they offered a treble, mid, bass, as well, we can’t really complain since it is free. 

Lost in 70’s Tone Deluxe

Available on Windows and Mac

The main idea behind Tone Deluxe by Lost in 70s is to create a full analog tube amplifier. What is interesting here is that Tone Deluxe completes everything from preamp to the cabinets. If you are into tube amps, you’d love to hear that it simulates ECC83 and EL34 tubes. You can also reduce the signal processing time which will create a more pleasurable experience. 

This software also offers two channels, one for clean and other for high gain. You can also use two spring reverbs, and five cabinet models. While the program is not great for metal, it works incredibly with rock, blues, hard rock, and other softer genres. 

Nick Crow

Available on Windows and Mac

Nick Crow Lab offers 8505 Lead that’s available for both Windows and Mac. The main quality of 8505 is the variety of tones you can get from it. The amp simulation comes with several knobs you can use. The first one is gain, and you can choose anything from heavy metal to soft rock. There is also an option to adjust lows, mids, and highs, which is something that other amps simulations are lacking. For anyone looking for heavier sounds, 8505 is an incredible option.

Nick Crow Labs also offer a 7170 amp simulation, as well as a couple of other amps, pedals, and effects you can test. As with other entries, the entire Nick Crow plug-in pack is free to use, and you can check it on the link above. 

ReValver 4

Available Windows and Mac

ReValver by Audio Media Research is actually a Peavey amp simulator, and it is incredible. If you ever played a Peavey amp, this is something you need to check as soon as possible. Naturally, the software is backed up by Peavey, and there are so many effects and options you can try out. One of the exciting options is to adjust the microphone position, as well as reverbs and many other options. 

You’ll be surprised by how many adjustments are available from different amps and effects to tubes and speakers. If you are looking for great software that offers a variety of effects and simulations, ReValver might be the thing to check. You can also add as many stompboxes as you want, and all of the effects sound quite good. At first glance, it seems that there is no limit to what ReValver can do. Peavey and AMR decided to show everyone how you should create an amp simulator, and they really managed to set a new standard. 

Summary

Playing an electric guitar without an amplifier might be challenging but it is far from impossible. There are so many companies developing software that will allow you to play your guitar using a computer. Most of these apps are available for both Mac and Windows, and the only thing you’ll need to do is plug in your guitar, and start playing. 

If you were wondering about price, most of the software companies offer free and paid versions, and you can try them both. Free software is usually a stripped version of a paid program, and you won’t have as many options. However, you can still play your guitar and create music without spending a dime if you don’t want to. 

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