Nembrini Audio has announced availability of its new The Boss Led Diode Distortion, an effect plugin based on the 1988 Marshall Guv’nor overdrive pedal.
The Boss Led Diode Distortion plugin is the perfect recreation of an iconic late 80s British guitar effect pedal, the first “amp in a box” pedal that replicates the tone and distortion character of famous black and gold British guitar amps.
This little pedal, that was used by Gary Moore on Still Got The Blues, Kevin Shields, Josh Klinghoffer and many more, recreates the sound of a classic British stack cranked up with a simple solid state circuit that Nembrini Audio emulates in every nuances.
Nembrini Audio perfectly recreates the two led diode distortion circuit and the amp style passive three tone controls of the original unit and adds the versatility that only the digital world permits.
Aimed at producers and sound designers, The Boss Rack plugin comes with the same distortion and tone circuit plus some additional features.
The Boss Rack Led Diode Distortion features
- Independent controls for left and right channels with individual and global links.
- Dry/Wet mix knob for both channels.
- Mid/Side operation.
- Spread circuit to widen the stereo field.
- Analog Link circuit to simulate the difference between left and right channels as in real analog world.
- Phase Reverse switch to take advantage of the original phase changes in the real analog unit when used in parallel.
- INPUT and OUTPUT level knobs for maximum versatility.
The Boss Led Diode Distortion Bundle is on sale for the intro price of $29 USD until August 31st, 2019 (regular $79 USD). The plugins support VST/VST3, AU and AAX formats.
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