Universal Audio Announces the UAFX Guitar Amp Emulators

New Dream '65, Ruby '63, and Woodrow '55 pedals offer the sound of vintage tube amps with powerful mobile app control and customization.


Dream '65 Reverb Amplifier

The Dream '65 Reverb Amplifier pedal delivers the bold cleans, sweet breakup, and divine spring reverb and vibrato of the essential American tube amp used by artists and producers for 60 years. $399.00 USD.

Ruby '63 Top Boost Amplifier

The Ruby '63 Top Boost Amplifier pedal gives users the chimey cleans, complex overdrive, and classic vibrato of the quintessential British valve amp beloved by artists from Queen to Radiohead to U2. $399.00 USD.

Woodrow '55 Instrument Amplifier

The Woodrow '55 Instrument Amplifier pedal gives users the sweet cleans and grungy distortion of the legendary tweed tube amp used by artists from The Eagles to Chuck Berry to Neil Young. $399.00 USD.

Features

  • Authentic emulations of iconic vintage American and British tube guitar amplifiers
  • Built on powerful UAFX dual-engine processing and world‑class UAD modeling
  • Includes speaker cabinet, mic, and room tones derived from award‑winning OX Amp Top Box
  • Classic speaker and cabinet combinations, custom boosts and circuit mods
  • Exclusive artist presets and pedal customization via UAFX Control mobile app (iPhone / Android)
  • Timeless UA design and craftsmanship, built to last decades

More info at: www.uaudio.com.

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