Here it is: A hardware head to go with the software. Hopefully it will be easy to use and sound like a real amp.
Designed in Bletchley Park, home of the code breakers in World War 2, the CODE series could signify that Marshall have finally cracked this elusive enigma...
A neat, lightweight yet powerful amp head for bass heads.
Classic American 50's sounds in a neat little carton: Will the new Dairy Air series of amp heads offer creamy tones?
Somewhat easier to transport than the preposterously heavy original, Softube/Marshall have come up with a recreation of the classic Marshall 100 watt head from the '70s, as used by everyone from Iron Maiden to ...
The Fly 3 gets a very patriotic new livery for this 2016 Special Edition, but no additional features.
20 watts of modern high gain in a tiny package. Will it sound like a wasp in a beer can?
Orange release their first guitar pedals in 40 years! Two brand new pedals to complement your guitar amp.
Launching at NAMM: Boss introuce the solid state Waza Amp Head and matching cabinets, featuring Boss's so-called “Waza Brown Sound".
Stone Deaf FX are probably best known for their effects pedal range. This year they have added five new effect pedals and a brand new range of valve amps as well.
Cabinet Impulse Responses are a great way to tailor your guitar sounds in your DAW, adding realism to your virtual guitar amp simulation as well as opening up the sound.
So Fender have been teasing its new range of BassBreaker amps for a little while now. They officially launch at NAMM in January
There are some great free virtual guitar amps for your recordings. Both Mac and PC platforms offer software that doesn't cost you anything.