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Guitar Amplifier emulator. Made almost entirely by hand, the main module contains a bank of eight Character switches, which adjust the fine and subtle nuances of tonality, harmonics and dynamics. A three-position Input switch gives you a choice of pre-amp styles: Lead (Marshall®-style), Normal (Mesa Boogie®-style), and Bass (Fender®-style) which is excellent for rhythm as well as bass guitar. The SansAmp Classic’s knob controls shape pre-amp contours, power amp contours, volume and final tone. SansAmp Classic was specifically engineered with a flat output to provide maximum flexibility and control with external EQ. There are countless (we know, we’ve tried) combinations and permutations for you to explore.

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Most realistic Fender Twin Amp Sim?

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