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BluGuitar BluBox Speaker Emulator

BluBOX presents the Speaker Emulator, a convolution-based cabinet simulator stompbox featuring a total 16 models.

BluBOX's Speaker Emulator features a total 16 cabinet emulations captured through convolution, including (with the original, real-life cabinet each of them based on):

  • NANOCAB: BluGuitar® 1x12“
  • FATCAB: BluGuitar® 1x12“
  • STACK 1965: Original Marshall® 4x12”Celestion® (Alnico 15Watts)
  • STACK 1967: Original Park® 4x12” Celestion® (Greenback 25 watts)
  • STACK 1970: Original Marshall® 4x12” Celestion® (Greenback 25 Watts 55 Hz)
  • STACK 1971: Original Marshall® 4x12” Celestion® (G12h30)
  • STACK 1980: Original Marshall® 4x12” Celestion® (G12h75)
  • METAL V30: Mesa/Boogie® Rectifier® Standard 4x12” Celestion® V30
  • METAL CL80: Celestion® Classic Lead 80 in custom built 4x12” cabinet
  • JAZZ 120: Roland® Jazz Chorus® 120
  • TWEED 1x12: Vintage ´57 Fender® Tweed Deluxe®
  • SILVER 1x12: Fender® Princeton® Silverface 1x12“
  • BLACK 2x10: Fender® ´64 Vibroverb® 2x10“
  • BLACK 2x12: Vintage Fender® Twin Reverb® 2x12” orange JBL® mixed with Jensen® C12K
  • Black 4x10: Vintage 60s Fender® Super Reverb® 4x10“
  • BLUE 2x12: Original Vox® AC30 JMI® 2x12” Celestion® Blue Bulldog

Features include:

  • Connections: Line In, Line Out, Speaker In, Speaker Through (Jacks), Transformer Balanced XLR Mic Out
  • Voltage: 9V-18V DC 300mA
  • Dimensions: 120 x 95 x 38 mm (4,72" x 3,74" x 1,49")
  • Weight: 350g / 12.35oz
  • Latency: ~1 ms = Distance of 30cm to a cabinet

The BluBOX Speaker Emulator is expected during the 4th quarter of 2016 for a MSRP of €269. More details at www.bluguitar.com.

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