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quintosardo 26th February 2019 01:28 PM

SKnote announce GBPickups - Guitar and Bass pickup modeling.

An important brick added to our Guitar/Bass line, GBPickups adds the circuits equivalent to electrical characteristics of different pickup models.

While it doesn't attempt to transform your guitar into another one, it models the electromagnetic behavior of the pickup. Give a new flavor to the pickup you are using, picking among single coils, humbucker, modern, vintage, different wire gauges, single or multiple magnet, with more and more options added.

Switching pickups in a set of four, quite different, options (Les Paul on TwinR):

A simple, straightforward and effective tool to broaden pickups' voice while keeping guitar and bass original qualities.

It is another piece of our "Custom Shop" and will be available next week as a Win/Mac/VST/AU/AAX/32/64 bit plugin.

WheelieR 26th February 2019 01:49 PM

Very curious about this one. As it can be either gimmicky or very useful for me (always on the go can't bring all my guitars with me).

cprompt 26th February 2019 04:12 PM

Hmmmm, very interesting. Look forward to hearing more examples. I like this sort of stuff, expands my limited creativity!

lydfar 2nd March 2019 04:24 PM


cprompt 2nd March 2019 06:35 PM


Originally Posted by lydfar (Post 13841845)

To what?

quintosardo 2nd March 2019 06:49 PM


Originally Posted by lydfar (Post 13841845)

Link to demo version out next week.

lydfar 3rd March 2019 10:32 AM


Originally Posted by quintosardo (Post 13842079)
Link to demo version out next week.

OK, thanks.

quintosardo 29th March 2019 03:12 PM

Here we go with a very simple video where GBPickups is used to give back life to a pre-recorded guitar when re-amplifying it. Compare the first attempt (straight reamping, no GBPickups) with the second version, done through a couple of available pickup models.

This is NOT "we'll make your guitar sound like a rare hawaiian ukulele", it gives back that part of the response that would have been heard if the guitar was connected to a guitar amp, depending on electrical models of all the available pickup models. Here in the video you can see generic "Vintage X" names because the prototype is used here.

quintosardo 8th April 2019 10:15 AM

We trade three licenses of the final product with a few audio demos. Please write to quintosardo at yahoo dot it if interested rockout

anon 23rd April 2019 02:44 PM

Are there any Demo's available for these plugins, I would like to try TwinR Guitar Amplifier also pedal bench. Also I really wish you would bring a great Impulse Loader plugin.

lydfar 26th April 2019 03:28 PM

Link to demo?

anon 26th April 2019 06:43 PM


Originally Posted by lydfar (Post 13947510)
Link to demo?

I still don't know if there is one available or not, I have emailed support but had no reply.