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Auto Wah Sounds

AmpliTube 2
An Auto Wah sound in AmpliTube 2, put through a 50-watt Marshall. Notice that this wah fluctuates at a predetermined tempo - when the tempo is locked to the track you can get a cool, "in sync" sound.


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Guitar Rig 2
Guitar Rig 2''s take on the auto wah - it is warm, sustained and would be great for a unique lead solo. Notice that the Guitar Rig wah follows the rhythm of the way each note is played.


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Solid-State Metal Sounds

AmpliTube 2
AmpliTube 2''s take on a high-gain rhythm sound with a tight, focused bottom-end.


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Guitar Rig 2
Guitar Rig 2''s take on the high-gain rhythm sound. This clip features a double stack of cabinets, and has a bit more midrange.


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Mesa Boogie Sounds

AmpliTube 2
In this clip, AmpliTube 2 replicates a Mesa Boogie Dual Recto at full-tilt. There are more mids here and not as much bass as the previous solid-state examples, but still plenty of attitude.


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It''s also easy to add effects to your sounds - in ten seconds, you can add a convincing Leslie effect to the simulation.


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