Marshall Legends Bundle
Four iconic Marshall amplifiers, modeled by Softube and bundled to save.
Developed by Softube — and available exclusively for UAD hardware and Apollo interfaces — the Marshall Legends Bundle features thorough emulations of four iconic Marshall amplifiers.
From the versatile Bluesbreaker 1962 combo and high‑powered Plexi Super Lead 1959, to the more modern Silver Jubilee and JMP 2203 plug‑ins, you get iconic Marshall tube tones as well as powerful multi‑mic sounds for professional sounding guitar tracks.
Use your Apollo with Unison™ technology to track through exclusive Marshall amp emulations — with no latency
Re-amp previously recorded tracks with any UAD hardware
Dial-in perfect studio amp tones with different mic combinations, types, and placements
Fine-tune your guitar tones with over 100 presets by legendary AC/DC engineer Tony Platt
Marshall Bluesbreaker 1962
The first emulation of the amp used on the iconic 1966 album, Blues Breakers with Eric Clapton, the Marshall Bluesbreaker 1962 plug‑in is more than a blues machine. Its open‑back 2x12 cabinet and dual KT66 power section thrives in pop and country settings as well, delivering chimey clean tones, throbbing tremolo, and rich distortions.
Marshall Plexi Super Lead 1959
The amp that defined the sound of rock. Paired with an era-correct, broken‑in Marshall 1960BHW 4x12 cabinet, the Plexi Super Lead 1959 plug‑in delivers the same snarl, sustain, smoothness, and raunch as the original amp. Softube engineers expertly emulated all of the Super Lead’s idiosyncratic “ghost note” overtones, for a wealth of high‑powered tube textures.
Marshall Silver Jubilee 2555
The Marshall Silver Jubilee plug‑in expertly models one of the most tonally versatile Marshalls ever made. Its Clean, Rhythm Clip, and Lead preamp modes offer a ton of textures, from dense crunch to singing sustain. And combined with the half power Pentode/Triode switch, you can dial in silkier, less aggressive tones.
Marshall JMP 2203
Introduced in 1975, the Marshall JMP 2203 ushered in a new era of Marshall rock dominance. Renamed JCM800 in 1981, the JMP 2203 plug‑in offers varying degrees of intense, modern‑sounding crunch and bold clean tones thanks to its touch sensitive high‑gain preamp and accompanying 1960B 4x12 cab loaded with Celestion GT12‑75 speakers.
Unison™ Technology for Apollo Interfaces
Harnessing UA’s groundbreaking Unison technology, each amp plug‑in featured in the Marshall Legends Bundle gives you the impedance, gain staging, and circuit behaviors that have made these four Marshall amplifiers undisputed classics.
July 25, 2022
This has become my go to when I can’t get to a micked up cab.Read More
June 19, 2022
its alright, not bad
Im using it right now on a song also the plexiglass free plugin. They sound not bad. Ive never used the real thing to compare to give...Read More
June 3, 2022
This one is great, try putting distortion before the amp to heat crazy high gain tone - got my strat to sound like a metal machine. The room mics are great too - so great I wish I could...Read More
April 22, 2022
Look like real amp! Very beautiful to use!Read More
April 20, 2022
Best Amp Models I have tried.
First I bought the Plexi Super Lead, Then the Bluesbreaker. Both were so good I just finished out the bundle. All four amps have a unique sound and are absolutely worth the purchase. I play...Read More
April 14, 2022
Very good amp model
This model captures the essence of the rare silver jubilee which stood out immediately when it was briefly released. With crisp highs (yet not too digital sounding) and easy to dial in...Read More
Premium selection of four classic Marshall tube guitar amps from Softube
Marshall Plexi Super Lead 1959 for old-school rock tones like Jimmy Page, Jimi Hendrix, and more
Marshall Bluesbreaker 1962 offers an expertly modeled version of the classic 2x12 combo used by Eric Clapton
High-gain Marshall Silver Jubilee 2555 used by Slash, Rush, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, and many more
Marshall 2203 for modern crunch sounds used by Jeff Beck, Andy Summers, Tom Morello, Judas Priest, and more
Tone, touch, and feel of a vintage Marshall using Unison™ technology for Apollo interfaces
Marshall® Legends Bundle
This has become my go to when I can’t get to a micked up cab.
its alright, not bad
Im using it right now on a song also the plexiglass free plugin. They sound not bad. Ive never used the real thing to compare to give these plugins a 5. Goto admit though I still like my gt1000 better.
This one is great, try putting distortion before the amp to heat crazy high gain tone - got my strat to sound like a metal machine.
The room mics are great too - so great I wish I could bypass the amp and use just the room mics on some sources
What's up with this one?
I don't like to give bad reviews. Usually someone gives a bad review when they expected something unrealistic and it didn't happen for them. I really like UA products but I'd like to know what processing they use in their videos. Almost every preset for this plugin sounds muddy and dark. I've even gone online to the video and tried to match the settings on the screen to my setup with the same type of guitar. I can get close but mine still doesn't sound as bright. I've owned and used real Marshalls and most of the time they're brighter than you need. With this plugin, even if you crank the treble and presence, and lower the bass, it's still too dark. The Marshall sound is there, but it sounds like there's a piece of foam stuck in front of the speaker. There's plenty of stellar reviews from people, so once again, maybe I'm missing something...
Look like real amp! Very beautiful to use!
Best Amp Models I have tried.
First I bought the Plexi Super Lead, Then the Bluesbreaker. Both were so good I just finished out the bundle. All four amps have a unique sound and are absolutely worth the purchase. I play a Les Paul, a Strat and a Tele and between these four amps I can get any sound I want. Using these amps in the unison slot on my Apollo gives an amazingly accurate simulation. I can't imagine ever micing up an amp again.
Very good amp model
This model captures the essence of the rare silver jubilee which stood out immediately when it was briefly released. With crisp highs (yet not too digital sounding) and easy to dial in classic rock tones it becomes a rather inspiring tool for songwriting, overdubbing leads and just playing for fun. The clean tones are also quite usable and certainly improve a direct-in guitar - perhaps not as versatile for clean tones (it is a Marshall after all) it has a lot of functionality and the control response is pleasing. The presets provide a good starting point and the multi mic interface gives a lot of options although I would like to be able to adjust mic placement a little more. I have mainly used it in Unison on a UA interface which really does feel like playing through an amp, but it works equally well in Pro Tools as an insert effect for re-amping. Although I have a number of amp, cabinet, and mic options available to me and prefer the organic aesthetic of capturing the actual movement of air, sometimes you just want to plug in and play or sketch an idea (or revisit a work in progress) and this is ideal for that. I spent a bit of time dithering as whether it was worth buying another guitar amp simulator, but the unison input was the tipping point for me and this has replaced any other sim as my go to for unison, re-amp and insert processing. Keep an eye on the sales and coupons from UA too!
Sounds like an 800 and has plenty of miking options built in. My most used guitar plugin by far.
As good as the real amp.
I tried the demo version and about 10 minutes later immediately went and bought it. It sounds and have exactly the same feel as the real amp. Simply amazing!
It is Marshall, but...
It is a classic sound, but I like it the clean way. Just before it breaks up there is a sound I love. All that channel strip makes a huge difference comparing to Classic which is a great plugin too. In unison it gives me everything I want and need. Honestly I prefer it to my real Plexi, but maybe I am getting older.
I had been eye-ing this plug-in for YEARS before pulling the trigger on it. I am a huge John Frusciante fan, so naturally, I try to emulate his sound. I had gotten close previously, but my guitar has some pretty rotten pickups and janky connections which proved challenging in trying to get any sound I want, let alone a specific musicians. I'm pretty spectical of plug-ins, too, just because they are so expensive and I always think, "well, they had to figure out how to make the tone so why can't I?"
I plugged into the Silver Jubilee plug-in, put on the dry clean pre-set... and I could not believe how spot on the sound was. It was a literal switch to get that high gain, thick funky Frusciante sound. And using the same setting with my BOSS ds-2 achieves the lead sound, too!
My favorite part though, is how motivating and inspiring it is to play with it. I have re-found the fun again of playing guitar. While it is expensive, I highly recommend this plug-in if you want a very realistic experience of experimenting with an amp head and mics.
Another Softube wonder!
Very well made plugin, close to the original Bluesbreaker tone… If you’re looking to add “woman tone” to your arsenal, look no further!
the only marshall amp i like
once i ve faced this amp while doing live sound back in london, was one of most vivid sonic experiences. of course i could not resist to have this color fo creative purposes. thanks.
I Was A Fender Only Guy
I still love Fender but I'm having so much fun and learning so much about the Marshall sound. These amp sims are great!
Fantastic amp with organic sound, sustain and feel….
Marshall® Plexi Super Lead 1959
A must have
Il Divino Codino
Slash & Frusciante playing in my room!
Only does one sound, but does it better than any other plugin
I have been searching for an old school Marshall sound with plenty of low end and this is the only plugin that I have found capable of this. Does not have the "fizzy" high end that makes it sound digital. The room mics do a better job than adding a convolution reverb to a dry plugin. Not very flexible, but I do not need it to be.
Heaven for a plug-in
Test drive this thing for yourself.
I love it, but might not work for you.
Great tone in my book.
I tried this with an EMG 81/60 loaded ESP and it was terrible. Plugged an old Strat straight into the HiZ with this thing on Unison and the entire universe collapsed and I was reborn again as a fish.