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    The Overloud proprietary technology allows our engineers to capture the response of an entire rig, including the nonlinear and dynamic response of the amplifier, the cabinet, the microphones, the mic preamplifier and the room sound. Rig To Model technology allows to capture both analog and digital setups.

  • BASSFACE ’59

    The Bassface ’59 is modeled after a classic American all tube amplifier. This amp was originally designed for bass players, but quickly found its way in guitar rigs throughout the world. It’s great for blues and country tones. Although not originally designed with overdriven tones in mind, it will work wonderfully paired with an overdrive pedal.

  • BRUNETTI SingleMan

    One-channel tube combo. This product arises from the particular need of each guitar player to have a low power amp of great quality, easy to use, versatile and adaptable to a wide range of live or studio situations.


    This is a 50W combo designed to play hard rock in small venues: the clean channel has become famous for offering plenty of crystal-clear headroom on rhythm.

  • Darkface ’65

    The Darkface ’65 is a super clean classic American tube amp.This amp found its way in various musical styles because of its ability to preserve the guitar’s natural tonal characteristics. The amp was designed to stay clean at very high volumes. Try playing clean arpeggiated chords on this amplifier and you will understand why it has been used on so many records.


    Modeled after HiWatt DR103. Mid 60s. The amp kicks out such a pure, powerful tone that it really compliments the pedals put through it rather than competes with them like some other amps, yet on the other hand has the rich, classic ‘British’ tone which stands out so distinctively, particularly when the amp is cranked up.

  • JAZZ 12'O

    In 1975, a Japanese manufacturer welcomed the arrival of the “King of Clean”, its first stereo all-transistor amplifier designed for Jazz. A revolution in guitar amplifier technology, this amp looked and sounded like no other amp. Thirty years later it remains in high demand by guitarists around the world who are looking for a super-clean and hi-fi tone.


    It is the version II of a very famous line of american amplifier. In particular, the revision II C+ covers almost every style I play which includes blues, alternative, classic rock, modern rock, oldschool metal, modern metal and much more.

  • M. PLEXI

    It is the emulation of the legendary British Plexiglass-panel amplifier, manufactured from 1965 to 1981 when it was replaced by the 800. It is a 100W amp equipped with EL34 power tubes. The lead channel has a boosted bright tone, and the rhythm channel has a flat response. Besides Pete Townshend of The Who, early users include Eric Clapton and Jimi Hendrix, who used this amplifier with four 4×12" cabinets at the 1969 Woodstock Festival.


    This module is Overloud’s authorized model of the THD Univalve guitar amplifier. The particularity of this amp is that it’s a single-ended Class A amplifier. This means that the single output tube can be switched at will among many octal-based power tubes giving players access to many different tones without re-biasing the amp. The Univalve shines when playing Blues.


    The Top30 (UK) is a 30 watt classic all tube British guitar amplifier. It was designed in the 60s as a solution to guitar players not being heard when playing in a live band situation. As it was the case with most earlier guitar amps, it was designed to stay clean at higher volumes. The Top30 (UK) has a very recognizable discreet gain to it which gives it a very unique character.


    The Tumble ODS is modeled after a prestigious all tube boutique guitar amp that was created in the early 80s in Los Angeles, CA. This 100 watts amplifier was never mass produced and is very rare. It is known for it’s incredible ability to preserve the player’s personality without over coloring the sound of the guitars used. The first channel of the Tumble is for clean tones.


    The Fender Deluxe amp of the 1950s was a medium-powered unit designed to let guitarists "hold their own" in a small group. The Tweed Deluxe is not known for producing a clean tone at high volumes, and as such, was regarded as being an intermediate amplifier.


    This is the speaker cabinet of the Caliper Studio 50W combo. Despite its small size, it features a big and huge bottom end and, at the same time, smooth out the high frequency fuzziness of some distortions. This is great if you are looking for very fat and creamy tones.

  • 1X12” BLUELUX (US)

    Fender Blues Deluxe

  • BRUNETTI SingleMan

    One-channel tube combo. This product arises from the particular need of each guitar player to have a low power amp of great quality, easy to use, versatile and adaptable to a wide range of live or studio situations.

  • 1X12” GK (US)

    This compact 1x12” speaker cabinet is a legend of the ‘70s. It has been used by Santana in Woodstock as well as the Led Zeppelin. Its has a very rich mid-frequency response which is great for ’70 progressive tones.

  • ALNICO '57

    This is the King of Blues cabinet, equipped with two 12-inch Alnico speakers which delivers a creamy and pristine tone. This is the right choice if you want to recreate a pure American sound for clean and mild crunch tones.

  • JAZZ 12'O

    This is the 2x12” cabinet paired with the Jazz 12’o amplifier. It is based on two 120W 12-inch silver cone speakers which delivers a pure and transparent tonal signature. It is very versatile, great for Jazz and Funk.

  • 2X12" LANE (UK)

    This 2 x 12” British guitar cabinet is a wonderful choice if you are looking for a versatile cab Suitable for both rhythm and lead guitar work. This module has an open back which adds a nice clear midrange pure tone. This is particularly useful when recording in a busy makes as it will help your guitar stand out.

  • 2X12" OB DARKFACE '65 (US)

    This 2 x 12” entire cabinet is perfect for clean tones and lead tones. It is voiced on the brighter side which is a great asset when trying to cut through the mix. Being that this module has two 12” speakers, it will make your guitar sound more focused than a 4 x 10” cabinet.

  • 2X12" OB TOP30 (UK)

    This 2 x 12” guitar cabinet is modeled after the speaker of the classic clean British tube amplifier. Adding this cab to your guitar rig will enhance the mids and help your guitar tone cut through any mix. The 2x12" OB Top30 (UK) It is a great choice for many musical styles that require your guitar to sound more focused and intimate.

  • 4X10" OB TWEED '59 (US)

    This 4 x 10” guitar cab is modeled after a classic American guitar cabinet released in the late-50s. This module delivers rich clear tones that will easily fill up a large concert venue. The 4x10" OB Tweed '59 (US) is the perfect choice when using cleaner to slightly overdriven tones.

  • 4X12 GREEN (UK)

    This 4 x 12” guitar cab is modeled after the very famous British cabinet. It is most commonly used with heavier guitar tones. Because it is made of four speakers, it will easily fill up the space of any room.

  • 4X12 VINTAGE (UK)

    This 4 x 12” guitar cab is modeled after a classic British cab released in the early 60s. If you’ve ever been to a rock concert, it is more than likely that you saw those cabs on stage. This module will give your tone huge depth and tons of character.

  • 9-O' PHASER

    The 9-o-Phsr is faithfully modeled after a very famous Phaser stomp box made popular by the great Eddie Van Halen. This effect pedal will work in many musical situations. In front of a clean guitar amplifier, this phaser will produce beautiful rich musical tones that will flow with the rhythm of the song you are playing. Adding it in front of a heavy guitar amp will naturally enhance certain harmonics and help your riffs cut through any mix.


    The AmpTrem is modeled after the classic tremolo effect as heard in classic clean American and British amplifiers. This effect works particularly well with clean guitar sections. It will add a very musical modulation to your sound. Different tremolo modes are available for you to choose from. Each modes will give you different modulation curves from discrete mellow tremolo for clean jazz voicings to more pronounced tremolo effects ideal for single note guitar lines.


    The Auto Wah is modeled after a vintage envelope filter effect that came out in the early 70s. This Wah pedal has become quite rare and is well sought after by collectors. Adding the Auto Wah to your guitar set up when playing rhythmically will produce incredible tones reminiscent of the early Funk years.


    The Ensemble is a very simple yet super effective chorus pedal modeled after the original chorus found in a famous synthesizer from the late 70s. This effect pedal is extremely simple to use. Despite its simplicity, the Ensemble is capable of producing quite a few tones - from lush beautiful ambient choruses all the way up to organ-like tones very suitable from jazz music.


    The FussRace is a wonderful distortion pedal capable of producing a very distinguishable tone. This pedal is modeled after a classic stomp box used by many great rock guitar players such as Jimi Hendrix, Eric Johnson and many many more. Adding the FussRace in front of your amp will produce a rich distortion with enhanced mids giving your tone an almost nasal type of effect.


    Eliminate unwanted noise and hum without altering your tone. A unique noise detection circuit, based on the combination of an expander and a noise gate, preserves the natural attack and envelope, leaving your playing and dynamics intact.


    The Mild Flanger module is on Overloud custom creation that will add a beautiful discrete modulation effect to your tone. This pedal is perfect if you want to add a bit of depth to your tone. Increase the delay knob to make a mono guitar track sound like it was recorded in stereo. Adding the Mild Flanger to a clean guitar tone will make it stand out.


    The Octaver is modeled after a famous Japanese guitar stomp box pedal. Enabling the effect will double your signal an octave lower. This is great for heavy guitar riffs and will add an incredible synth-like tone to your musical lines. Adding the Octaver to a lead guitar solo will help it stand out in the mix.

  • ROX

    Built to the exact specifications of the original pedal, this Wah-Wah is totally authentic right from its classy chrome top to its legendary growl.


    The RSS Comp is modeled after a classic vintage guitar compressor very sought after by collectors and tone chasers. The compressor adds warmth and sustain to your guitar tone. Increasing the sustain knob will add a slight saturation to your clean sounds giving players the feel of a warm tube amp.


    The TubeNine is modeled after the famous Japanese tube enhancer guitar effect pedal. This pedal simulates the tone you would get with a warmed up tube guitar amplifier. This pedal is great to add even more realism and feel to any of Overloud’s already super realistic models.


    The UniVibrato is modeled after a classic boutique vibrato peddle from the late 60s found in many famous guitar players including Jimi Hendrix. This module is capable of producing beautiful deep rich tones that will add life to any rhythm section. Adding the UniVibrato in front of a clean guitar amplifier will create Rotery-like tones that work particularly well with ballads and jazz.

  • Tape Delay

    The Tape Delay is a classic delay designed by Overloud. In the early infancy of delay effects, the repetitions would be produced by recording and playing back an idea on a tape. This would produce a slightly altered sound to the repetitions as tape recording is not as accurate as what we would hear with digital recording. The Tape Delay reproduces the sound played back through a tape. This type of delay is often considered warmer and more natural that what you would hear with a digital delay.


    The Plate Reverb is powered by Overloud’s BREVERB. This effect reproduces the reverberation you would get by hitting a small steel plate under tension. This type of reverb was one of the first methods of reverberation used in the early days of studio recording. This affects produces a short delay that works particularly well at lower settings.


    The Room reverb is powered by Overloud’s BREVERB. His module simulates the reverberation you would get from playing in a small to medium size room. This type of reverb is very natural sounding and can be used in any musical styles. Adding the Room Reverb to your guitar signal will add natural depth to your tone.


    This dynamic processor is modelled on a famous soft-knee compressor based on a OTA component for the gain reduction. It has a fast action on the transients which is great to keep under control the guitar dynamics and warming up the tone at the same time.

  • Parametric EQ

    The Parametric EQ is an Overloud custom equalizer that allows you to shape your tone further than what most guitar amplifiers allow you to. Two separate frequencies can be adjusted. This module is particularly useful when trying to make a lead guitar stand out in a mix. Increasing the mids will give you more definition and help you cut through the other tracks. Scooping the mids will give you a super heavy tone when used in conjunction of a heavily distorted amp.