AmpKit+ transforms your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch into a powerful guitar amp & effects studio!
The paid AmpKit+ app includes 4 amps and matching cabinets, 10 pedals and 8 mics at less than half price.
• Ampkit Link, Ampkit Link HD (available on Amazon.com)
• Apogee JAM, Line 6 Mobile In, Line 6 SonicPort, iRiffPort, Alesis IO Dock
• iRig, iRig HD
"I found AmpKit+, the full version of the app, the easiest, most versatile and the best value, especially on an iPad."
- New York Times
"AmpKit is the star of the show... extremely intuitive user interface, plenty of amps and pedals, great sound."
• Sophisticated recording capabilities with mixing and non-destructive re-amping
• Upload sessions to Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive and others
• Records sharing via SoundCloud, AirDrop, Copy-Paste, iMessage and email
• Ultra-low latency, virtually undetectable
• FREE Tuner and Metronome featuring technology used in GuitarToolkit
• Works with virtually all headset and dock guitar interfaces
• renamed some amps, cabs and pedals
Ratings and Reviews
Great Clean Amp Sound
Too many virtual amps sell themselves on their overdriven and distorted tones, but are let down by weak and raspy clean tones. However, this baby really delivers some beautiful, full-bodied clean amp tones as well as the other overdriven stuff. In particular, I could play my Gibson through the emulation of the Peavey Valve King on its clean setting all day. It is the next best thing to plugging it into a nice clean real Fender valve amp.
There are some other interesting items, like the Fender Acoustasonic. It would be nice if there were more reverb and tape echo emulations (Roland Space Echo) with more controls on them. Perhaps an emulation of an Orange and Ampeg guitar amp would be nice.
I've bought this app maybe a year ago and I was very very disappointed too, but the reason was unsuitable audio interface. To be honest I haven't tried recomended stuff. I was just using the iRig which works well with Amplitube app but it's useless with the Ampkit especially for the distorted presets ... horrible! Then I bought the Jam audio interface (Apogee) which enables me to use it with my mac version of Amplitube, Garage Band, Logic and all the iOS devices too. Believe me or not the result was tremendous ... Ampkit app works GREAT! Although I am a big fan of IK's products but to be fair I have to admit that for me Ampkit is much better for the distorted sounds then the iOS version of Amplitube. It would be great if they both could work with the Garage Band app. I miss few things in Ampkit like better reverb, recorder and ability to easily edit my own presets, but as regards the sound I think this app deserves five stars.
P.S. As far as I know the Apogee's Jam works fine with Ampkit on iPad 1st and 4th generation but doesn't work on my old iPhone 3GS.
ABSOLUTELY AWESOME !!!!!!
I've tried all the other software emulators and none come close to this! I've tried Amplitube with the iRig and after playing with it for an hour I soon got bored and got really tired of the UI. The sound was quite harsh too with the tones really flat and not to my liking at all. I then invested in the Apogee Jam and got Ampkit - OMG!!! It sounds superb and it really is crystal clear studio quality sound. The tones you get are nothing short of amazing! The UI is great and the presets work really well and are fully customisable.
Best App I Ever Bought!!
Worth Every Penny!!
- Agile Partners Technologies, LLC
- 223.3 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
English, French, German, Japanese, Spanish
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © 2014 Agile Partners Technologies, LLC
- In-App Purchases
- D-Delay Pedal £4.99
- American Acoustic Amp £4.99
- Mountain Blue Pedal £2.99
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.