Made In Rock is a private collection created in the last 20 years by collecting amplifiers, effects, guitars and other items from the stages of glorious artists, like the Led Zeppelin, Noel Gallagher and the Judas Priest.
TH-U Made In Rock Pack contains the emulation of the following amps from the collection:
- Made In Rock Jim P, the emulation of the JMP50* head, and its matched cabinet, which belonged to the Led Zeppelin*
- Made In Rock NG30, the emulation of the AC30* played by the Oasis* and the Verve* at the Locomotive Studios*.
- Made In Rock JUP 320, the emulation of the Acoustic 320* bass head , and its matched cabinet, which belonged to the Judas Priest*
It also includes:
MADE IN ROCK - JIM P
TH-U Made In Rock Jim P is the plug-in based on the unique and finest emulation of the JMP50* head, and its matched cabinet, which belonged to the Led Zeppelin*.
The TH-U Jim P head has two channels. CH 1 is brighter and more crunchy, with a lot of presence. CH 2 is much richer on the low frequencies and a bit more fuzzy. Inputs 1 and 2 can be connected with a jumper to have both channels mixed together.
The matched cabinet is the red 4x12" with Celestion* T1511 speakers, which enhance the crunchy tone of the head.
MADE IN ROCK - NG30
TH-U Made In Rock NG30 is the plug-in based on the unique and finest emulation of the AC30* played by the Oasis* at the Locomotive Studios*.
The TH-U NG30 head emulates all the three Channels of the original '63 AC30: the Normal channel has a standard voicing, with a tight tone ranging from super clean to mid crunchy tones. The brillant channel reduces the energy on the low end, adding a lot of presence and helping to balance the crunch tone. The Vibrato/Tremolo channel enables the modulation circuit. The selector allows to choose between the Vibrato modulation, which slightly changes the pitch, and the Tremolo modulation, which recreates the classic Vox "pulsating" tone.
The built-in cabinet is based on the Vox Blue Bulldog 30W Alnico speakers. They deliver a very brilliant tone, which is slightly attenuated by the piece of cloth added to this particular amp, making it really unique.
MADE IN ROCK - JUP 320
TH-U Made In Rock - JUP320 is finest emulation of the Acoustic 320* bass head with serial no. 32002163, and its matched cabinet, which belonged to the Judas Priest*.
The TH-U JUP 320 head has two input Channels, A & B, which can be selected or blended together with different EQ settings. The power boost switch increases the output power on the bass frequencies in order to increase the deepness of the tone. A graphic EQ allows to shape the tone with precision: the bands are centered on the frequencies which were typically used on the '80s to sculpt the bass tones during that era.
The 371 cabinet is based on a huge 1x18" speaker with a very vintage flavor.
ALSO ON iOS
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WHAT IS OVERLOUD FLUID CAPTURING?
Also called "schematic-assisted capturing", Overloud’s Fluid Capturing is an innovative amp simulation process that combines the advantages of both the modelling and capturing techniques.
An amp capture is a super realistic but static “picture” of the amp sampled with a particular knob setting and operating level. A single capture cannot replicate the amp tone at all the knob settings.
Instead, a modelled amp reacts like the original, at all dynamic ranges and knob positions. However tone may not 100% match a particular sample, due to component tolerances, tube conditions, servicing history and customizations.
With Fluid Capturing, we both model the amp and sample it with lot of different settings. Putting together these data allows us to create a digital model which is flexible like a modeled amp and realistic like a captured amp.
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