Precise emulation of the reference unit from the Marshall museum, Softube “Marshall Bluesbreaker 1962” is 40% OFF.
Marshall Bluesbreaker 1962
When Eric Clapton used the Marshall Model 1962 on the John Mayall & The Blues Breakers self-titled album in 1966, the performance in combination with this amp was such a distinctive contribution to music history that the amp came to be known as the “Bluesbreaker”.
The Bluesbreaker’s amp section is warm and crunchy, and the use of Alnico speakers in an open-back cabinet adds an unusually chimey and three-dimensional sound for a Marshall, which has contributed to its status as a genuine workhorse far outside of the blues genre too.
The Marshall Bluesbreaker 1962 plug-in is a super accurate software version of the real thing, produced in partnership with Marshall from a Series 1 Bluesbreaker Model 1962 combo amplifier kept in pristine shape in the Marshall museum since 1965.
The plug-in was component modelled down to the smallest details, resulting in flawless sound quality that will make you feel wonderful tonight and every night.
- Super accurate component modelled software version of Marshall’s own museum specimen of the Marshall Model 1962 “Bluesbreaker”.
- Developed by Softube in partnership with Marshall • Comes as a Native plug-in and Amp Room modules in one package.
- Speaker cabinet produced by the legendary Tony Platt who is known for having recorded some of the best Marshall tones ever committed to tape.
- Choose between Dynamic/FET/Valve (Tube) each with 2 sets close mics and 2 sets of condenser and ribbon room mics.
- One of the most collectable and valuable vintage guitar amplifiers of all time.
- 50 presets by Tony Platt for both the native version and Amp Room.
Regular price $108.9 on sale for only $64.91.
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