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Today's flash sale at Joey Sturgis Tone gives you the opportunity to get the Toneforge Ben Bruce virtual amp plugin at half price.

Today only, the Toneforge Ben Bruce guitar amp plug-in is available for $39, a 50% discount over its usual $79 price. Released in collaboration with Asking Alexandria’s lead guitarist, the Ben Bruce plugin is described as versatile with rhythm and clean channels, four stomp boxes (overdrive, stereo delay, rotary, and reverb) and an exclusive mixing DSP to allow inclusion straight to the final mix. Formats included are VST2, VST3, AAX, RTAS for Windows and Mac (plus AU for Mac), in both 32 & 64 bit (except of course for RTAS which is 32-bit only). Already own it? Don’t hesitate to review it.

Offer is valid today (December 29th, 2016) only. More details at Joey Sturgis Tones’ website.

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