Cover all grounds in your guitar amplification arsenal. Take that axe and shred immediately with the new, updated astounding bundle of Kuassa Amplifikation series. Included in this bundle are; Amplifikation Creme for your high-gain obliteration, Amplifikation Vermilion for crunchy and twangy stuff, Cerberus Bass Amp for you who takes charge of the low frequencies and now including our much raved Amplifikation Caliburn for the legendary British flavor and Amplifikation Matchlock for the American Heritage.
Hard rockers, metalheads, raise your horns! Here is another reason to go Reason. Equip your axe and deliver sonic mayhem with this modern high-gain guitar amp, or insert this amp into other device chains to add a steely edge.
Guitar players now have a reason to play Reason. Whatever your playing style is, from country clean to somewhat heavy metal, this amplifier will provide any sound you need. Don't play the guitar? Don't hesitate to use this device on any other instrument as well! Plug in, baby!
A 3-channel bass amplifier Rack Extension from the maker of Amplifikation Vermilion and Creme. Cerberus Bass Amp will deliver thundering lows straight from your computer, carefully tuned and carrying enough power to rumble your studio.
Our brand new amp simulator called Amplifikation Caliburn which we are confident to say that this is our best amp yet. This time, it's inspired by Britain's Marshall™* Amps crafted using our most current 3rd generation modeling technology, resulting a satisfying responsive feel, more dynamic guitar playing experience you'll love.
Second product from Kuassa’s 3rd gen Tube Simulation technology following the much hyped Amplifikation Caliburn. Amplifikation Matchlock is inspired by Fender™* combo amps and thanks to the 3rd gen Tube Simulation engine guarantees a more dynamic natural sounding, realistic amp recording experience for guitarists.
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