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Seller Rating:. Published by Hal Leonard New Softcover Quantity Available: 1. New Paperback Quantity Available: 1. New Paperback Quantity Available: Book Depository hard to find London, United Kingdom. New Paperback Quantity Available: 2. Nada, nothing. Oh crap — we thought we were in trouble. But the lead engineer at Ampeg approved the model on the spot. You see, there was a slight design flaw in the actual amplifier being modeled that would cause a power fault shutdown if the amp was driven too hard for too long.
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The software model was in fact so accurate that it even replicated this design flaw… that's how accurate it is. But don't worry. We took took the "shutdown" feature out of our models so you can rock all night. As Bass players, we live in a different, delightful world. Some would call it the "sub" world… the basement… the underground.
We prefer "the Foundation. You'll find the bass sound you need here to hold it down… the keep the drummer in check, and to guide the rest of the band through the complex musical journeys as only a true pro bass player can do. So we're glad you're here.
And hear. If you're familiar with our other products, then you're right at home. If you play bass through an amplifier instead, still, you're right at home.
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Plus, you can configure two complete rigs and run in stereo. You can select and customize different configurations on the fly as you see fit: dual pedal boards running into a single amp head split to two cabs, with different mic sets for each, running into a single rack with a compressor and graphic eq, just as an example.
Run a full stereo rig with different amp setups… the combinations are endless. The B looks, acts and sounds like a B The 4Pro looks, acts and sounds like a 4Pro. See a pattern here? Then your signal travels to the Bass Head.
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Here you can tweak your tone to perfection. Some people argue that the cabinet is the single most important "tone" feature for a bass rig. With that in mind, we completely re-engineered the cabinet section, providing you with more realistic bass response than any other bass amp simulation package. The new section allows you to freely position two microphones in front of the speaker, plus add room ambience with a stereo pair of condenser mics that allows you to adjust the "spread" and depth of the room.
Ultra-accurate bass response plus the ability to mix in the perfect amount of room warmth. TIf you already have an AmpliTube package, don't worry.
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The Ampeg SVX suite integrates seamlessly into your current architecture. All you have to do is start your version, and Ampeg is automatically there. If you use only the Ampeg SVX package, we're not having this conversation. But you can add more gear to the Ampeg package via the Custom Shop. Plus, we're constantly adding new models to the custom shop. Now you can wah, control volume, add gain, swap presets, adjust delay times and more, all without ever raising your hand. There's a special place in our history for the Ampeg project.
You see, it was our first opportunity to actually work and communicate directly with the engineers at a company making the gear we were simulating. In retrospect, this project was really slightly ahead of its time. Way back in , companies thought that digital modeling of their gear was a threat to their business, that it would "steal the soul" of what they were doing. Ampeg was different. They understood what we were doing, and how our technologies could help them spread the love and groove of Ampeg.
And it worked. Now you can get that Ampeg sound everywhere… in the studio, in your house, on stage, in the street. That's pretty cool, don't you think? In order to model an amplifier, you have to have, well, the amplifier.
Ampeg sent us stuff. And lots of it.