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Roger Linn Design AdrenaLinn III Guitar Effects Processor

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  • 40 Amp models all enhanced for accuracy, presence and improved tube distortion
  • A superb amp modeler 40 superb models of vintage and modern guitar amps from Fender, Marshall, VOX, Mesa Boogie and more
  • And AdrenaLinn III's filters are warm and very analog-sounding with emulations of classic Moog and Oberheim synthesizer filter designs
  • Arpeggio Sequences: Looped 2-measure sequences of tuned resonances, as used in John Mayer's "Bigger Than My Body"
  • 200 User presets & 200 drumbeats filled with great sounds & beats.

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AdrenaLinn III from Roger Linn Design is a beat-synced multi-effects processor for guitar, keyboard or bass that combines 3 products in one:1) A beat-synched multi-effects processor with exclusive Filter SequencerWhat are beat-synched filter effects? Examples include tremolo, auto-pan, filter tremolo, flanger, chorus, rotary, vibrato and more, all in perfect synch to the internal drumbeats or to MIDI clock. That out-of-synch tremolo on your guitar amp won't seem as useful anymore. Plus you get innovative new effects including: • Random filtering, flanging or tremolo—like a wah pedal that instantly switches to a new random position on every 1/8 or 1/16 note in sync to the beat. Or a flanger that switches to a new random frequency every 1/8 or 1/16 note. Or a tremolo in which each pulse level is randomly chosen, adding a syncopated rhythm to even simple chords. • Filter sequences: Looped 2-measure rhythmic sequences of filter tones in sync to the beat or to MIDI. Chosen one of the preset sequences or program your own. A great idea generator. • Tremolo sequences: Looped 2-measure sequences of programmed volume pulses. Like that used in Green Day's "Boulevard of Broken Dreams". • Arpeggio Sequences: Looped 2-measure sequences of tuned resonances, as used in John Mayer's "Bigger than My Body". • Delay Loops: Set the beat-synced delay to 1 full measure, then jam with yourself by playing chords over the first bar and solo over them on the next. You also get note-triggered filter effects like Auto-Wah, Talk Box simulator, Guitar Synth sounds, plus stereo reverb, compression, tuner and a completely transparent noise gate. And AdrenaLinn III's filters are warm and very analog-sounding with emulations of classic Moog and Oberheim synthesizer filter designs. 2) A superb amp modeler40 superb models of vintage and modern guitar amps from Fender, Marshall, Vox, Mesa Boogie and more, including 4 classic bass amps. Plus distortion boxes and a warm tube


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