The pedal hosts eight virtual cab options and can be paired with a dummy load for silent practice.

Athens, Greece (September 29, 2020) -- We are extremely excited to announce the new MultiCab MK3 cabinet simulator & preamp!

A versatile analog/digital stompbox boasts 8 virtual cabinets, heavily inspired on some legendary and iconic guitar amps and cabinets, and natural room ambience (the digital part) combined with an analog path responsible for jfet pre-amp type, power-amp voicing, cabinet back type and microphone voicing controls. It can go direct to a PA, be used as a DI between an amp and cab or paired with a dummy load for silent play-along practice with headphones

Suggested Retail Price: $307 USD

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