Overloud THU Rock Collection

(1 review) Write a Review
Product Code: 9999-17503
Overloud TH3 Rock
$89.00
Availability: Available for download

Overloud THU Rock Collection

The Overloud THU Rock Collection has ready-to-go tones from your favorite Rock artists sure to take your guitar sound to the next level from clean ballads to heavy hard rock.

This software contains specially selected tools to produce superior quality rock tones including 16 highly realistic guitar amp models, 15 killer guitar cabinets, 16 inspiring rack and pedal effects, and 18 microphone models with up to four mics on each cabinet. Smart and slick interface options allow for greater creativity with Rig Player to create realistic rig response and Amp Tweak technology to custom build amp models. Intelligent MIDI setup connects and identifies pedals in your chain for easy exploration of effects. Place microphones anywhere around the cabinet using 3D Cabinet simulation with ReSPiRe 2 technology for advanced control between the real response of the cabinet and a processed version to further customize your mix. Designed with 80 presets to recreate the tone of your favorite Rock artists, THU-ROCK is sure to take your sound to the next level without the heavy equipment.

Overloud THU Rock Collection Features

  • Rig Player with 10 factory rigs to sample and capture the realistic rig response
  • Amp Tweak technology to change pre and poweramp tube models on the fly
  • Flexible Chain Sound for creating any rig setup
  • Intelligent MIDI Setup
  • 3D Cabinet Simulation with ReSPiRe 2 technology

Click here to view all Overloud products

1 Review Hide Reviews Show Reviews

  • 5
    Best amp sim I've used

    Posted by LLD on Dec 11th 2016

    I own Amplitube3, Revalver4, and several other amp sims. I even use a hardware sim Zoom G3. While these are all good, to my ears the TH3 is the best at providing realistic amp tone. I bought the lower cost, pared down Rock Collection version but love it so much I've upgraded to the full edition. Maybe my ears are lacking but in a mix I can't tell the guitar (or bass) is playing through a sim instead of a real amp.