Plugin Boutique is offering an exclusive 80% discount on Softube’s Marshall Plexi Super Lead 1959, a component-modeled amplifier emulation that delivers an accurate recreation of Marshall’s own reference unit.

The cabinet responses were recorded at Kore Studio, London, with mic selections and positions by AC/DC engineer Tony Platt (Highway to Hell, Back in Black).

There is perhaps no other amplifier more vital to the history of rock & roll than the Marshall Plexi Super Lead 1959. Softube took Marshall’s own museum-piece Plexi (a pristine model from 1967) under extremely careful security and supervision and modelled each and every component to produce the most textured, detailed software version imaginable. At any setting, it responds exactly like the hardware, and it’s sensitive to your playing style like you wouldn’t believe.

Marshall Plexi Super Lead 1959 features

  • A faithful emulation of Marshall’s own reference Plexi Super Lead 1959 amplifier from their museum, built in 1967, combined with an era-correct 1960BHW speaker cabinet recorded by famous engineer/producer Tony Platt.
  • Both a native plug-in and a module for Amp Room, the pro audio guitar and bass platform.
  • Microphone selections and placements by Tony Platt, captured in famous Kore Studios, London.
  • Over 50 finely tuned presets designed by AC/DC engineer Tony Platt.
  • Three different microphone combination setups available — FET, Valve, and Dynamic.
  • Three separate mics per setting, two close and one room.
  • ‘Channel Strip’ includes pans, volume faders, and solo for each mic, plus a two band ‘Main Out’ EQ.

Available in VST/VST3, AU and AAX plugin formats for Windows and Mac, Marshall Plexi Super Lead 1959 is priced only $19 USD until August 31st, 2022 (regular $99 USD).

More information: Softube