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Suhr PT100 Amplifier

Guitar Amp Emulation Plugin by Universal Audio
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Suhr PT100 Amplifier
Suhr PT100 Amplifier by Universal Audio is a Virtual Effect Audio Plugin for macOS and Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin, an Audio Units Plugin, an RTAS Plugin and an AAX Plugin. UAD Hardware is required.
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The Suhr PT100 Amplifier plug-in is the result of a five-year collaboration between vaunted amp designer John Suhr and world-renowned guitarist/tone aficionado Pete Thorn (Chris Cornell, Melissa Etheridge). A hot-rodded version of Suhr's original PT100 design, it features a custom "Plexi-style" output transformer, four EL-34 power tubes, and six 12AX7 preamp tubes under the hood.

Key Features:

  • Switch between three channels, each with a distinctive tone: American, British, and high-gain modded British.
  • Easily customize tones with 3-band EQ and Crunch, Boost, and Bright switches for each channel.
  • Unique Custom Feedback, Presence, and Depth controls to adjust amplifier response.
  • "Plug-in only" FX Rack for host-syncable lo-fi delay, noise gate, tight and smooth filters and power soak, as well as preamp and power amp bypass switches.
  • Unison technology for UA interfaces offers authentic tone, touch, and feel of original Suhr PT100 amplifier thanks to impedance matching.
  • Available exclusively for UAD-2 hardware and UA Audio interfaces.

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