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IK Multimedia AmpliTube iRig

May 7, 2010
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AmpliTube iRig is a combination of an instrument interface adapter for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad mobile devices, and the new AmpliTube for iPhone software for guitar and bass. With AmpliTube iRig, users can plug a guitar into an iPhone and jam anywhere with world-class guitar and bass tones.

Users can add amps and effects as needed them—expanding a rig with up to 10 stomps, five amps, five cabinets and two microphones in the AmpliTube iRig app custom shop.

The new iRig interface adapter is the easiest way to get an instrument''s signal into a iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad mobile device. Simply plug iRig into a mobile device, plug an instrument into the iRig, plug headphones or amplifier to the output and that's it.

With AmpliTube fully loaded, users will be able to choose between five amp models (clean, crunch, lead, metal, bass) with full tone and drive controls, 10 stompbox effects (delay, flanger, phaser, overdrive, distortion, filter, wah, fuzz, octaver, chorus), five cabinets and two microphones (dynamic and condenser).

Plus, AmpliTube for iPhone features a chromatic digital tuner and a metronome.

AmpliTube iRig costs $39.99 MSRP and is already available for pre-orders from the IK online store and IK-selected dealers and distributors worldwide.

AmpliTube for iPhone will be available in three versions from the iTunes App Store: Free, LE and Full. AmpliTube Free includes two stompboxes, an amp+cabinet and two microphones. AmpliTube LE includes four stompboxes, an amplifier+cabinet, two microphones for $2.99. More gear can be added to Free and LE through in-app purchase of a la carte models with stompboxes costing $2.99 each and amplifiers+cabinets for $4.99 each.

AmpliTube Full includes the entire collection of available gear with 10 stompboxes, five amps+cabinets and two microphones for $19.99

Coming soon, AmpliTube iRig and AmpliTube for iPhone will be available in stores and on the iTunes App Store.

Find out more about AmpliTube iRig.

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