Marshall Legends Bundle
Three iconic Marshall amplifiers, modeled by Softube and bundled to save.
Developed by Softube — and available exclusively for UAD-2 hardware and Apollo audio interfaces — the Marshall Legends Bundle features thorough emulations of three iconic Marshall amplifiers.
From the versatile Bluesbreaker 1962 combo, to the high-powered Plexi Super Lead 1959 and Silver Jubilee plug-ins, you get iconic Marshall tube tone as well as powerful multi-mic sounds for professional sounding guitar tracks.
Now You Can:
Use your Apollo with Unison™ technology to track through exclusive Marshall amp emulations — with no latency
Re-amp previously recorded tracks with any UAD-2 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.
May 20, 2020
The realism of the tubes and "hardware path" compression and clarity, is exceptional sounding. If you play anything besides "Metal", this amp is a must. Easily my...Read More
May 18, 2020
Great amp plugin. I was looking for a great sound to compliment my 1970s Fender Strat and my Gibson Les Paul. Great sound on both guitars. I love this plugin. You won’t be disappointedRead More
May 15, 2020
Softube deliver as usual. Amazing sound and very intuitive how you can control mic distance on the cab. Very impressed. you won't be disappointed.Read More
May 14, 2020
great and realistic amp
sound great , strat , les paul , PRS all sound great with it. rock on . thanks UAD .Read More
May 7, 2020
Best tube dirt emulation I could find
I'm very used to playing through great sounding amps and touch sensitive dirt boxes with good tone. I want to hear every note clearly under distortion. While I've managed to get some good...Read More
April 29, 2020
Epic lead sound!
Wow. Just wow. Turned my Strat into a freight train!Read More
Marshall® Legends Bundle
The realism of the tubes and "hardware path" compression and clarity, is exceptional sounding. If you play anything besides "Metal", this amp is a must. Easily my favorite of all the amps.
Great amp plugin. I was looking for a great sound to compliment my 1970s Fender Strat and my Gibson Les Paul. Great sound on both guitars. I love this plugin. You won’t be disappointed
Softube deliver as usual. Amazing sound and very intuitive how you can control mic distance on the cab. Very impressed. you won't be disappointed.
great and realistic amp
sound great , strat , les paul , PRS all sound great with it. rock on . thanks UAD .
Best tube dirt emulation I could find
I'm very used to playing through great sounding amps and touch sensitive dirt boxes with good tone. I want to hear every note clearly under distortion. While I've managed to get some good clean sounds and really dirty sounds with other emulators, this is the only plugin I've heard that sounds good to me and still gives me the touch control I need. Nice crunch when hit hard, nice clean when hit lightly. No other plugin I tried came close to making me happy. This one does.
Epic lead sound!
Wow. Just wow. Turned my Strat into a freight train!
Mellow and creamy sounds
I bought this simulation for its mellow and creamy sound. The tremolo effect is really unique as well, it has a soft vibe. It is a must have amp simulation if you want to broaden your sound palette. It’s not for aggressive rock sounds
D. Poulain de La Fosse
I am Marshall bundled !
In the beginning, I found the Bluesbraker a bit dark, compared this two brothers, but I have tried an Analogman Beano Boost in the Apollo Twin and it worked perfectly with the Bluesbraker, giving you the Rory Gallagher's sound (thank you Unison because a treble booster is a quite demanding pedal...).
The Super Lead is perfect on its own, and I use a lot the Silver Jub as a pedal platform amp (I know, it's a bit strange...), as it can -also- deliver a clean, neutral sound, with headroom, compared to the two others that are quickly overdriving.
And the room mic thing is huge !
I have been using amp simps now for about ten years, even owned a Marshall JCM 800 stack. This is amazing how it captures every aspect of the tones! It is the best that I have come across! Great Job!
It's just amazing.
That's it, with a Gibson Les Paul the UAD Silver jubilee is sounds and feels like the real thing. I enjoy every second from it and from all the UAD Marshalls I feel like the Silver Jubilee is by far my No. 1.
With a Gibson Les Paul it's actually the best sounding recordings I ever made.
I used it instead of my amp even to jam with the unison technology is unbelievably good with no latency.
The distorsion you are looking for!
This is the first amp emulation that made me feel confident that I have an amp, period. I have a Marshall! This works for good clear distortion that sits well in a mix. If the 80's style, not too overdriven, sound is what you are after...this is it! With a Les Paul you become a member of Lizzy or Whitesnake, I love it! Roll off the volume on the guitar and it's super dynamic. This gave me hope as far as guitar amp emulations! Best yet for me.
What a cab sound from the 1959 Marshall Plexi.
After plugging a 1996 Nocaster, the sound was similar to a Ritchie Blackmore sound. Lots of mids.
If you know what this beauty is about and that’s what you need/want, you’re about to get mind blowing. I love this plugin! The sound is on point, the mic system is fantastic and easy to deal with, awesome presets... the list goes on.
Bluesbreaker 62 Emulation is Excellent
I love this amp and the uad emulation is really well done. I've used this on a few sessions now and as far as R&B, Blues, Classic Soul or Rock vibes this gets you just right for the tracking to the mix. The cleaner settings are just plain great and could sit well in any genre that needs the guitar to shine. I did a whole say of slide sessions and the stock heavy slide presets were so good ( playing an SG) I barely tweaked anything. That means I got right to the creative playing parts and that's what I love in a plug like this. Barely tweaked in mix either....tracked and delived as advertised. Thanks UAD
Great Sounding Plexi !
The lead guitar was done with the Plexi, a demo speaks more than words !
D. Fornes Berenguer
Adios a los cabezales!!
Tengo un 1987x y he tocado con el 1959HW en directo y no tengo palabras ... el plugin te hace meterte dentro con un feeling brutal. Para sacar estos tonos tendrías que pasar horas y horas en un estudio profesional y gastar una burrada en conseguir un sonido que se le acerque ... si no lo ves crees estar tocando con un autentico hand wired....Gracias Universal!!!
Plexi character it is
Works great in use with the Unison technology in Apollo.
UAD Bluesbreaker ON the $$$!!
Previously NOT a fan of amp modeling technology. I successfully resisted until my fairly recent purchase of the UAD Bluesbreaker (and 55 Tweed Deluxe). Who in their right mind would succumb to this pervasive trend when they've got the real thing at their disposal? I've owned an original Marshall 1961 Bluesbreaker (4 x 10) and currently own the excellent Louis Electric 'Baby' Bluesbreaker (1 x 12), among many other rare pieces. My home studio is in an apartment building, and late night tracking of live guitar amps is a non-starter. Given the situation, I figured what have I got to lose? Inserted into the Unison slot of my Apollo Twin, with the guitar plugged into the Hi-Z input is quick, easy, and painless. Tonally speaking, finding a wide variety of harmonically rich settings is a no brainer. And it works equally well with single coil F style guitars and humbucking G style guitars. Dialing in something complementary to track an overdub literally takes seconds. No more moving mic's around looking for the sweet spot. No more measuring. No more baffle. I'm kicking myself in the ass for being such a Luddite for so long. Thanks UAD!!