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Ample Sound - Electric Guitar v3 and Winter Sale

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Hello everyone,

glad to announce the release of Ample Sound Electric Guitar III. Version 3 is a
major upgrade that is completely free if you are a previous owner of our electric guitars.
Simply login into your Ample Sound account: https://www.amplesound.net/en/account.asp and
download your new Instrument and Library.


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New names:

-Ample Guitar G is now Ample Guitar LP
-Ample Guitar F to Ample Guitar SC
-Ample Guitar P to Ample Guitar Peregrine Falcon (The first bird inlay on PRS fingerboard)
-Ample Guitar Hollow to Ample Guitar Semi-Hollow
-Ample Guitar TC and Ample Metal Eclipse keep their current name


All Extensions (Electric Guitars) are now included, free, within their own main instrument along with new samples.


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New Guitar AMP Simulator:

-Metal Treble (modeled on Mesa Boogie Triple)
-Lead 800 (modeled on Marshall JCM800)
-Jazz 120 (modeled on Roland JC120)
-65 Twang (modeled on Fender 65 Twin Reverb)
-57 Delight (modeled on Fender 57 Deluxe)


Also featuring 7 matching cabinets. Each Cabinet has 8 mic options: U87, C414, MD421, SM57,
E609, C414 XLS, R121 and M160


SPECIAL GIVEAWAY AND OVERVIEW VIDEO HERE!!!!!!!!!!

 


www.amplesound.net is also running a Winter Sale promotion until January 1st 2020:

Full bundle (20 plugins) - 64% off.
Full guitar bundle (11 plugins) - 58% off.
Full bass bundle (7 plugins) - 52% off.
Electric guitar bundle (5 plugins) - 49% off.
Acoustic guitar bundle (5 plugins) - 49% off.
Metal bundle (2 plugins) - 33% off.
Electric bass bundle (4 plugins) - 49% off.
Acoustic bass bundle (2 plugins) - 33% off.
Single products - 20% off.
Expansions - 20% off

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Best regards to All!
For support assistance please contact by email:  service@amplesound.net

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They say "All Extensions are now included, free, within their own main instrument along with new samples."

This is excellent as the extensions could really up the cost of a product. I am updating my Telecaster and if I like what i see I may go for the PRS while the sale is on.

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Get to know the newly upgrade Guitars with Ruben from HifiMidi:  More videos are coming!!!!

 

 

 

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These are very good plugins, and keep getting better. I got into an interesting conversation with newer musicians, but the bottom line was to the effect of "gear is expensive, requires care, tuning, storage and more skill to use and especially record properly... plugins are often far cheaper, never need tuning, "record" cleaner, can be adjusted after recording more easily and can be stored in far less space... it really comes down to what you really want to achieve, and how much you want to spend." I jumped onboard with AmpleSound last year because I needed a 12-string acoustic, and hate tuning them... even at FULL price, AG12 was $500 cheaper than the cheapest real 12-string I would have bought.

Also, for those interested, it is difficult to detemine % savings as you add plugins to your order, so I just updated a chart I made last year. The break point is at 3 plugins, and is pretty consistent regardless of "which" ones you choose. Note: The NON-sale version of this graph has the same curve, and is slightly steeper for the first part (0%, 16%, 33% for the first 3 versus 20%, 33%, 46% when on sale); but the second part is only 12% lower (more expensive) than the sale prices (basically, best "bang for the buck" is 3 in either case, but missing a sale will only cost you 12% more if you miss a sale cycle).

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Hmmmm..........I am needing a good steel string acoustic and clean sounding jazz guitar right now for some midi based jazz/orchestral arrangements. I have Komplete ultimate 10 and thought these would be covered, the acoustic is not, there are some electrics in Kontakt Factory but not great for clean. I have moved away from NI now because of their install procedure, no good for me with bad internet. Will have a look but if the install and authorization procedure is not clearly explained from the outset, I will pass.

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Nope, too expensive, the Taylor I was interested in but even with discount was US $135.00 which is AUS $200.00.

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Thank you all for the good vibes!

 

Ample Guitar SC Demo & Review by Ruben from HIFIMIDI
3rd of 6 videos highlighting the new features in Ample Guitar 3 upgrade:

 

 

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On 11/28/2019 at 4:23 AM, Tezza said:

Nope, too expensive, the Taylor I was interested in but even with discount was US $135.00 which is AUS $200.00.

Just caught this. Click on "download," on AmpleSound's site. They have 3 free instruments there: Cloudrum, Lite Martin acoustic, and Lite P Bass. They are still very usable, but not fully functional. 

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1 minute ago, mettelus said:

Just caught this. Click on "download," on AmpleSound's site. They have 3 free instruments there: Cloudrum, Lite Martin acoustic, and Lite P Bass. They are still very usable, but not fully functional. 

Love that free P-Bass. It's in all my templates & I use it  at the start of creating all my projects.

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