Two Notes Launches the Revolt Series

3-channel all-analog guitar and bass amp simulators featuring 12AX7 preamp tubes.


ReVolt Guitar

Introducing ReVolt Guitar: Center stage on ReVolt Guitar are a trio of tonally-district channels inspired by a Fender Bassman 100, a Marshall JMP Superlead and a Soldano SLO 100. For players looking to cut above the mix, or simply drive ReVolt Guitar’s all-analog signal path, the integrated OD-Boost circuit is primed to deliver on all counts. Dial in your boost level, tap the active channel’s footswitch, and dive headfirst into a world of boosted clarity and lush harmonics.

Features:

• 3 channel guitar amp simulator featuring an all analog signal path

• Inject some warmth and bite into your tone courtesy of a 12AX7 preamp tube running at high voltage

• Integrated OD-Boost circuit with dedicated switching and level control

• Expertly engineered Analog Cab Sim for seamless DI whether it’s in the studio or on stage

• 4-Cable mode, FX Loop and MIDI In/Out for effortless integration into existing setups

• Robust, made-to-move design that’s perfectly sized for pedalboards and fly-rigs

• Includes a lifetime licence to Wall of Sound, the final word in plugin-based tone-shaping for the forward thinking player (VST/AU/AAX)

• Includes the ReVolt: Series-G DynIR Cabinet Collection (valued at 100€/$) featuring 10 exquisite DynIR captures inspired by leading guitar amplifier brands

ReVolt Bass

ReVolt Bass has 3 channels inspired by legendary bass tones including an Ampeg SVT ‘76, a Marshall 1992 JMP Super Bass Mark II, and a custom proprietary high gain Bass amp, it’s a sure-fire guarantee for reliable tone whatever the situation demands. When you need best-of-both-worlds - the rounded thump of your dry DI signal with the snarl of surgically tuned distortion - ReVolt Bass’ Modern Drive channel is the answer. Dial in your wet/dry blend and enter a world of saturated Analog bliss without sacrificing the pin-point precision you need.

Features:

• 3 channel bass amp simulator/DI featuring an all analog signal path

• Inject some warmth and bite into your tone courtesy of a 12AX7 preamp tube running at high voltage

• Integrated Drive Channel Dry/Wet Blend for enhanced tone-shaping

• Expertly engineered Analog Cab Sim for seamless DI whether it’s in the studio or on stage

• 4-Cable mode, FX Loop and MIDI In/Out for effortless integration into existing setups

• Robust, made-to-move design that’s perfectly sized for pedalboards and fly-rigs

• Includes a lifetime licence to Wall of Sound, the final word in plugin-based tone-shaping for the forward thinking player (VST/AU/AAX)

• Includes the ReVolt: Series-B DynIR Cabinet Collection (valued at 100€/$) featuring 10 exquisite DynIR captures inspired by leading bass amplifier brands

The ReVolt Series will make their public debut at NAMM 2022 on the Two Notes booth, Hall D, Booth #5239.

ReVolt Guitar and ReVolt Bass will ship with the following MAP / MSRPs: USD: $399.00. Euro: 399€. GBP: £349. For more information: www.two-notes.com.

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