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Ola Englund

Ola used BIAS Amp Match technology to get the same exact tone as his classic Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier used in his studio. The process was professionally engineered by Ola himself to reproduce the same audio quality he gets when recording albums. Beware.

Mark Holcomb

Mark Holcomb, mastermind of some of the best tunes by Periphery, has finally made it possible for you to get the same amp tones he uses live and in the studio. Professionally engineered by the Positive Grid Team, Mark’s amp match preset captures a huge distorted tone while maintaining clarity, perfect for both palm muting and open string riffing.

Rusty Cooley

Rusty Cooley is one of the most praised shredders in the business. His blazing leads are characterized for having a good amount of distortion while maintaining every picked note perfectly clear and recognizable. Rusty amp matched his Bogner Uberschall with the same cab, mic, and overall setup he uses in the studio and on tour with Day Of Reckoning. The process was professionally engineered by the Positive Grid team.

Ryan "Fluff" Bruce

Ryan matched 5 of his best amps including the stunning Mesa Boogie Mark V, a legendary Carvin Legacy, two of the most sought-after 90’s Mesa Boogies, and a hand-built Plexi with modded Marshall components. All the amp matching process was done in his professional home studio in Puyallup, Washington. Ready to rock?

Ludovico Reale

Need more power? Ludovico matched his fully fledged Marshall Mode Four with BIAS Amp to get both clean and high gain tones right in his DAW. Now you can download his presets and have the classic Marshall tone with just one click.

Vali Caceres

One thing Vali Caceres knows is about tone. Having played alongside Joe Satriani and Paul Gilbert, he has already been making a splash of his own. Vali recreated the exact same tone from his classic Fender Hot Rod DeVille for a bright and crisp clean tones, and a Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier for dirty, high gain tones.

Robert Baker

With over a million views on YouTube, Robert is one of the hardest-working musician on the business. Robert recreated his coveted Orange TH30 head with BIAS Amp and got the amp’s same exact tone, warmth, and feel. Download his amp matched presets now and feel the power of the real thing!

Daddo

Daddo is the 1st place winner of on-line guitar contest Premier Guitar Challenge hosted by Broadjam and Premier Guitar magazine. Daddo has been chosen among thousands of guitar players to be the top guitarist in the electric guitar category with his instrumental The Temple. Daddo used BIAS Amp to amp match his trusty Mesa Boogie Triple Rectifier to create both pristine clean and heavy distorted tones.

Jack Thammarat

Guitar sensation Jack Thammarat is the winner of Guitar Idol 2009 competition and one of the most sought-after modern fusion guitarists. He used BIAS Amp to amp match his trusty Laney Ironheart to capture his warm yet clear signature lead tones.

Diego Budicin

Diego Budicin is a young talent from Italy that has played alongside Steve Vai and many others. Diego amp matched his powerful Laney VH100 amp with BIAS Amp using a T-Case Isobox for even more tone depth.

Steve Booke

Steve Booke is a composer and guitarist known for his lesson column on Guitar World magazine online called “What in the World”. Steve amp matched his coveted 1987 Marshall 25/50 Jubilee through a Soldano 2×12 cab. Get this classic 80’s tone right in your Mac and PC!

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What the Pros Are Saying

BIAS Amp lets you create your guitar tone from the ground up, enabling you to personalize the sound you’re searching for. Another great feature is being able to share and download your signature sounds with ToneCloud. This is really killer software for every demanding guitarist out there.

Jeff Loomis

Gorgeous design. Excellent guitar tone. Insane depth of tweakability. Amp Match is really clever. Good online integration with ToneCloud.

Hollin Jones – AskAudio Magazine

BIAS Amp is a killer plug-in

Russ Hughes – Pro Tools Expert

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