Softube Guitar Amp

The Softube Guitar Amp oozes with attitude. From chiming clean to gritty and torn, from warm and cozy to razor sharp high-gain—whatever sound you dial in, you can be sure to get a sound with more life, personality and character than any guitar amp emulation you have heard before.


WIth Amp, you get four modeled guitar amplifiers and four guitar cabinets. The cabinets include models of the studio microphones that were used and studio room emulations for a natural sound. You can combine any amp with any cabinet and quickly create a wide variety of sounds.

Amp models

Twang: A silvery American classic, great for clean and slightly overdriven guitars. Popular for country, blues and more.

Crunch: British 60's classic that keeps its chiming, present character whether you play it clean or drive it so hard it's on the verge of breaking down. Rock: A yummy, warm, fat, tube distortion. Just like Mama used to make it.

Lead: The boogie man has come in all his high gain glory! Screaming leads and power chords that sustain for days.

Cabinet models

Twang: A 2x12 cabinet with deep lows and heavenly highs. The oh-so-familiar dynamic mic is placed on axis but still lets a hint of room into the sound.

Crunch: A more midrange present 2x12, with the small diaphragm dynamic mic placed off axis and a wide stereo room added.

Rock: Fat, solid 4x12 classic. Captured with a German condenser microphone on axis for that full bodied sound.

Lead: Slightly midrange scooped 4x12 cabinet. The large diaphragm dynamic microphone gives an in your face presence.

Softube Amp Demo Sounds

Rack Extension Features:

Selects the desired amp model

Selects the desired speaker & cabinet type

Sets the gain for the amplifier’s pre-amp section

Models what happens when you push the guitar’s signal level before it hits the amp

Poweramp gain
Determines how hard you drive the output

Does what it says and it can be used to compensate for level differences

Bass, Middle, Treble
EQ to sculpt your tone

Can be used subtly to shut off unwanted hum from single coil pickups, or harder to get a short, choppy sound for percussive playing, be it spanky funk or metal chugging