Ampeg® B-15N Bass Amplifier

Ampeg® B-15N Bass Amplifier

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Ampeg B-15N Bass Amplifier

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R. Craig

January 21, 2021

Good, but not my favourite Ampeg

Decent plugin, and have found places to use it, but sometimes I find it sounds a bit fake.. I prefer the amp models on my Kemper or even some of the other Ampeg models from UAudio.

L. Caucci Molara

January 13, 2021

Bestiale

Da avere se amate il basso!

L. Caucci Molara

January 13, 2021

Bestiale

Assolutamente da avere se amate il basso

E. Bassi

January 7, 2021

A M A Z I N G

Simply amazing.No difference between plug and real.Absolutely a must have Uad plugin.

A. Nelson

December 29, 2020

This is the real deal!

I owned a '68 B-12N for 25 years and spent years playing through a B-15 and a B-18. This plug-in captures that amp!! I completely recognize the Ampeg fliptop sound and feeling but without tube/cap/pot replacements and with recall. So good!

J. Boeke

December 1, 2020

Saved me a long long search

Now my Fender Jazz Bass '72 is really sounding like an even older Precision somehow. No need to look further, I can sound like James Jamerson if (I practice my index finger a lot more)

F. Trentini

November 3, 2020

Very good

I own a couple of Ampeg amps (SVT & Portaflex) so I know exactly what the "real deal" sounds like. This beautiful plugin reproduces that tone and vibe with great accuracy. Well done.

F. Trentini

November 3, 2020

Very good

I own a couple of Ampeg amps (SVT & Portaflex) so I know exactly what the "real deal" sounds like. This beautiful plugin reproduces that tone and vibe with great accuracy. Well done.

S. Daunt

October 15, 2020

Best Bass Amp Plugin so far

Of all the bass amp sims this one feels the best to me. Warm fat and clear. The fx rack add ons are useful too.

A. Reverberi

September 19, 2020

Solid

Solid and very versatile, another great Brainworx amp sim

T. Hansen

September 13, 2020

Like the Real thing.

I was planning to buy the Ampeg portaflex, and I probably will sometime in the future. But now i’m not in a hurry anymoore. This plugin is great! It puts the bass perfectly in the mix with all the beautiful tone, grit and dirt you can possible expect from a real tube amp. It just sounds Amazing!

F. St-Gelais

August 23, 2020

Green Day!

Decided to give this a try after reading Butch Walker used it on the latest Green Day album, which has killer bass tones (in my opinion). Absolutely love it. I feel ambarassed that I overlooked it for so long but better late than never!

E. Koch

August 20, 2020

Eleven

offering the OX Box technology in a plugin would be kind of a big thing to people..

something about the way a tube rectifier supply reacts to loading....if Mesa/Boogie is going to be a snot about licencing plugins, then make Eleven with selectable power supply rectifiers, and just walk around them..

E. Koch

August 20, 2020

Eleven

and make sure you have Brainworxs get you the B-15N power section here for Eleven...
it's the only tube rectifier driven 6L6 section

E. Koch

August 20, 2020

Eleven

you get all the power amp sections from the Brianworxs plugs, get the acoustic feedback from Softube, and the cab and mic modeling from the UA OX box, and put it all under one GUI....Eleven.

E. Koch

August 20, 2020

Eleven

think of Eleven as a consolidated modular tube power amp/cab/mic/and adjustable acoustic feedback plugin,
( where guitars and pickups are already modular, and preamps are going that way.. );
a way to get rid of the soaked amp heat, and the electrical power consumption that entails.

Eleven would be a true "green plugin"

E. Koch

August 20, 2020

Eleven

think about how much national electricity would be saved if Eleven had modeled power amp sections....then, not only could people use the Brainworx Plug preamps, but also people wouldn't be power soaking their real tube amps....

and maybe more tube amp manufacturers would make amps with separate standby and power switches for their amp's preamps...or just start offering real tube preamps..

synthesizers were modular from the beginning...i don't understand why guitar amplification would take so long.

E. Koch

August 20, 2020

Eleven

Eleven would work with all the Brainworx amps, ( except mine here ) if it had a Power Amp Selector Section, ( by tube type, #, and power supply rectifier )....i guess packaging tube power amp sections with Softube's acoustic feedback and UA's OX response, would be the best thing....

that way people can pick their preamps..

if Eleven, ( like that ) had a digital pre gain control...then i could just run a 610B...

i wired a Jensen Balancing DI transformer into my Baritone guitar's electronics...
so my "guitar cable" is actually a balanced XLR mic cable...and so, with the addition of a digital gain, the 610B would drive it just fine.....if UA wants to do Eleven that way..

E. Koch

August 20, 2020

I Just Noticed The OX Amp Top Box ( bye bye acoustic feedback )

So UA already has Cone Break-Up Down To A Science !!!
Great, but what if my amp is a plug in ??? and what if i want acoustic feedback also ???

maybe UA gets together with Softube on the Eleven Plugin ???
like i said, they already have the Acoustic Feedback plugin developed

E. Koch

August 19, 2020

Just the one review on this is fine

the rest of my reviews here are on the " Eleven, for UAD 2 "

there are several characteristic speaker cone break-up types...but the all would equate to a type of compression or limiting..

there is the alnico break-up, ( a smooth whoofy type break up )
and the aggressive green back break up ( more crunchy sounding )
and then more common types of break up that are not so well characterized...

suffice to say, a cone break-up type selector switch, in that section, would cover the bases.

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