Scuffham S-Gear
Scuffham S-Gear

S-Gear, Software Amp Simulator from Scuffham in the S-Gear series.

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Mike Scuffham, ex-Marshall Product Designer who worked among other projects on the JMP-1, is about to launch S-Gear, a guitar amp simulator for Windows (standalone and VST).


  • Pre and power amp tube models
  • Tube power amp dynamics
  • Classic tone stack and filtering configurations

  • Dual 64bit convolution processor
  • Built-in cabinet impulses by Redwirez
  • 'Z'-control tube amp impedance modelling
  • Import mono or stereo impulses in .wav format
  • Fine tune with shelving EQ

  • Two delay character modes: Analogue and Tube
  • Mono and Stereo operation
  • Modulation and Tone controls
  • Tape delay and BBD simulations

  • Organise your tones into Presets, Banks and Sets
  • Import and Export of settings
  • MIDI control of presets, banks and parameters

  • Standalone Application and VST plug-in
  • One click online activation - No USB dongles
  • Deactivate online and migrate your licence
  • Two simultaneous activations per licence

S-Gear Requirements


  • Intel Pentium 4 2.4GHz (or better) min 2GB RAM.
  • ASIO compatible sound card or audio interface.

Supported Operating Systems:

  • Windows 7 (32 bit or 64 bit)
  • Windows XP (SP2 or later)


S-Gear currently runs under Microsoft Windows only. A MAC version will be available soon, and existing S-Gear customers will be entitled to this. In the meantime, S-Gear will run under Windows XP with BOOTCAMP on the MAC, although the company says they cannot provide full support for this platform.


Available Amps:

The Duke

According to the manufacturer:

"The Duke's tone stack has a subtle mid-range scoop and warm treble lift, giving the amp a sweet tone even when driven with a bridge single coil pickup. Three voicings on the overdrive channel (Normal, Thick and Bright) provide extra versatility."


The Stealer

"Don't be misled by the gold front panel - the Stealer is a very versatile amp. Back in my days at Marshall Amps, we had an old red Park 75 Head that sounded like no other amp you have ever heard - like an un-teathered wild horse with screaming tones and a great dynamic. My memory of this Park amp serves as an influence for the Stealer."


The Jackal

"A take on the modern high gain amp. I guess the purple tolex is a nod in the direction of Mike Soldano's classic amp of the 80's. The Jackal flies the flag with super crunch and outrageous liquid leads."


Pricing & Availability

S-Gear will be on sale from the 25th April 2011 for $75 (excl. sales tax)

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