Otto Audio Releases the II II II II

A true wall-of-sound experience.


II II II II doesn't occupy the same space, primary function or sound as what the amp sim market is used to. The II II II II ("the Eleven Eleven") brings you closer than ever to a full amp experience by placing you perceptually right in front of a cranked stereo wall of sound! No longer are you listening to a mic'd cab in the other room played back through your control room speakers.

II II II II - THE HEAVIEST - OTTO AUDIO

Features


• Groundbreaking WIIIDTH effect: Unrivaled Dual tracked effect that creates a wall of sound from a single guitar DI or performance.

• The pinnacle of high gain tone through cascading gain stages, non-linearities and harmonics.

• Ultra-reactive feel & realism through Dimensional IR's impulse responses.

• Unique to II II II II, Impedance load selection for greater tone precision • Reach lower and punch harder with Descending Harmonics

• Direct access to dial in the power amp bias, resonance, voltage sag, feedback circuit, plus speaker impedance & Dimensional IR's.

• Permutation math of unique combinations and tones is in the tens of thousands, create tones that truly have never been heard

• 13 selectable tonal structures that give you the wide gamut of the usual suspects and champions of High Gain.

• Class AB circuit design - Like many of the greatest amps available, cascading tube distortion, saturation & complex harmonics that results in the ultimate pursuit in heavy music: tones that are absolutely dripping.

• Built in overdrive, +10db boost switch, Low boost switch, output circuit mod and so much more…

You can own endless tones for $111.11 and or grab a Free 14 day trial at Ottoaudio.net

Fat tones from a sweet niche where Les Paul, Gretsch, and Telecaster share the limelight.

Copious, unexpected tones. Cool, useful bass contour control. Very nice build quality. Excellent value.

Heavy.

$1,199

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