TH-U Made In Rock Jim P is the plug-in based on the unique and finest emulation of the JMP50* head with serial no. 4073D, and its matched cabinet, which belonged to the Led Zeppelin*.
The amp is currently part of the Made In Rock private collection, expanded in the last 20 years by collecting amplifiers, effects, guitars and other items from the stages of glorious artists, like the White Snake, Noel Gallagher and the Judas Priest.
THE PLUG-IN INCLUDES
- The Made-In-Rock Jim P amplifier model
- The matched cabinet model
- A bank of presets with the sounds of the most famous songs played with that amp
- Models created with Fluid Capturing, the new frontier of emulation in 2024. Learn more…
- 15 more models, including overdrives, modulation, reverbs. Click for model list…
STANDALONE AND EXPANSION PACK
It is both a TH-U expansion pack and a Standalone plugin, meaning that it can expand the model list of an existing TH-U installation, or it can also be purchased as self-contained pack which includes all the TH-U editing features, including the Rig Player, the Amp Tweaks, the Tuner and the Looper, with no need to have a pre-existing TH-U license.
THE HISTORY OF A LEGEND
The reference amplifier comes from Swansong productions, the label created by Led Zeppelin, as it can be seen in this document written by their manager Peter Grant.
The head is dated 1972 and its Serial Number is 4073D.
It’s interesting to note that this is a 50 watts head, even if some forums and magazines say that Jimmy Page was using 100 watts amplifiers.
The head came with the red 4x12 cabinet, dated 1971, and equipped with Celestion* T1511 speakers.
See more pictures of the amp on the Made In Rock website.
Made-In-Rock is an organization which manages a vast collection of items related to the history of rock, including musical instrument, guitar and bass amplifiers and cabinets, effects, clothing and stage items owned by legendary artists who made the history of rock, as well as magazines, posters, fliers, tickets and books of that era.
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The purpose is to preserve those items and bring their knowledge to younger generations.
Being Overloud's Fluid Capturing the most advanced capturing technology to date, it has been the perfect choice to accomplish the sound preservation task. It allows to capture and replicate every tonal and emotional details of each amp.
EVERY TONAL AND EMOTIONAL DETAIL CAPTURED
The TH-U Jim P head has two input Channels. Channel 1 is brighter and more crunchy, with a lot of presence. Channel 2 is much richer on the low frequencies and a bit more fuzzy. Inputs 1 and 2 were often connected with a jumper to have both channels mixed together: by using the two volume knobs you can balance the top-end and the amount of bottom-end, and experiment infinite combination of tones.
We have even replicated the red marks on the front panel, where Jimmy’s engineer was used to set the knobs.
The matched cabinet is the red 4x12" with Celestion* T1511 speakers, which enhance the crunchy tone of the head. It has been captured with 18 microphones with high resolution nonlinear IRs; thanks to Overloud Fluid Convolution you can place up to 4 microhpnes in the 3D space around the cab and blend them with custom IRs. The ReSPiRe option adds the feeling of standing nearby the cabinet.
TH-U MADE IN ROCK COLLECTION
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ALSO ON iOS
This plug-in is also available for TH-U iOS as an In-App purchase.
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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.
* Any use of third party trademarks, logos, mentioned brand names, artist names, products and services is only referential and Overloud hereby disclaims any Sponsorship, Affiliation or Endorsement of or by any such third party. The brand name Marshall appearing in the Made In Rock collection pictures is referential and Overloud hereby disclaims any Sponsorship, Affiliation or Endorsement of or by Marshall.