Grab a virtual Friedman Buxom Betty for an introductory deal price of $29.99
Huge savings till Valentine's Day
Plugin Alliance has announced the release of a new guitar amp effect plugin based on the boutique tones of the Friedman Buxom Betty. This amp offers all the classic vintage guitar amp tones you could need. And right now, you can grab a copy for a mere $29.99 in this introductory price deal, instead of the usual $149, which is a significant saving.
Friedman Buxom Betty Deal
Brainworx engineers have recreated every feature and characteristic of the original tube-driven hand-wired Friedman Buxom Betty amp, using component-level modelling to achieve this detail. Plugin Alliance has also has a very sweet launch price for the plugin. Currently, you can grab a copy for only $29, which is a considerable saving compared to the regular $149 price point.
This new plugin has been approved by Dave Friedman, the creator of the original amp, and all the recording chains were mixed through a Neve VXS 72 console, so it should sound perfect and studio-ready within your DAW of choice. These include the FX Rack with a Vintage Delay, Noise Gate, High/Low Filters, and more. The official features list also states that there are “100 stunningly realistic recording chains for capturing the perfect performance”, so it sounds like a good jumping off point for dialling in some classic guitar tones.
The Buxom Betty will do that American voiced tube amp, but it really shines with the British voicing, which is what the original was really designed for. You can grab a copy from the link below, and you have until 14 February to take advantage of the introductory offer. After that it will rise back up to the regular price of $149. And you can also grab other amps, including Ampeg, Diezel, Suhr, and more, for $29.99 each during this promotion.
Plugin formats for Mac and PC included are AAX DSP, AAX Native, AU, AAX AudioSuite, VST2, and VST3.
More Information on Plugin Alliance
Friedman Buxom Betty Demo Video
- Friedman Buxom Betty for your DAW: Plugin Alliance
- Dave Friedman designed Buxom Betty: Plugin Alliance