Customer Reviews

  • And then...

    ★★★★★
    by TonVE
    Once...you get to know this darling, then omg this is the bass sound, like I m sitting next to the amp.
    Really F*! impressive, I use this on one bass buss and the Ampeg on another buss. Now that's bass!
    Really impressive tube sounds here, I mean really the tubes seem to rumble just like you want and very close to your ears.
  • Versatile and Musical.

    ★★★★★
    by Diarm
    The Bassdude is unique but the fender sound is apparent. This is a perfect amp for rhythm guitars. Some of the tones I've been getting lead me to question if Kurt used a Bassman. The journey really takes off when exploring the impulse responses of the different cabinet and mic combinations. Turn up the bass and volume on channel one and marvel at the disintegration of the low end!
    Compulsory.
  • Great for Strats

    ★★★★★
    by Naji
    To find a suitable amp plugin for a Fender Strat is not that easy, Bassdude works great, though. Just have a listen (Some examples Blues, Funk, Experimental Jazz, Rock - last example with bx_greenscreamer in addition).
    https://voca.ro/1nRDZXeyTYNr
  • Excellent

    ★★★★★
    by Black Frost
    I am not a huge fan of all the high gain amp sims around, though the Diezels did impress me, they are fun to play even on the clean channels, but I keep reaching for the Chandler and this one, because of the very beautiful clean and crunch sounds. Think Fender Bassman, obviously. You can endlessly tweak this one to taste or use the very usable presets, at least as starting points and you will get a convincing realistic full tone. Works well with the distorion VSTs as well!
    Plugin Alliance response
    Thanks. We agree, this amp takes pedals really well!
  • Bass... DUDE!!!

    ★★★★★
    by Mike
    I complained in the FB PA user group that I hate amp sims. Well, not this. Oh man. To have an amp in Logic that feels/sounds like a beautify recorded amp is sooo important. LOgic's are good, but not great. This one is great. It really sounds like it's in another room and coming through the monitors. It feels real, sounds real. The only amp that comes close is The UA Fender. I needed a rockabilly Setzer kind of sound on a track (not that I think I come close to his virtuosity) and this along with the UA Galaxy-Roland nailed it... NAILED it! I'm using this on everything guit oriented. What the hell is in this plugin? How do you go it? I never write reviews unless absolutely necessary. This was necessary.
    Plugin Alliance response
    Thanks Mike! Now tell the fb group! ;-)
  • It's awsome

    ★★★★★
    by sul chung
    I love it
  • So Useful

    ★★★★★
    by Nick F
    Great go-to clean guitar amp when room/gear/mics aren't behaving and you just HAVE TO get a quality guitar part down NOW. Recommended!
  • Outstanding

    ★★★★★
    by Dave
    I've tried a lot of guitar amp simulators (Bias Amp, Guitar Rig, Eleven, Scuffham, etc). In my experience, it's relatively easy to find good emulations of classic higher gain guitar tones (Marshall, Mesa Boogie, etc). Bassdude is the first one I've found that , though, that does a 5 star job of rendering the warm, clean tone that you get from a valve-based Fender tweed amp like a Bassman (or Blues Deluxe) with the gain low. This thing is incredible!
  • Perfect For Bass Guitar

    ★★★★★
    by TARKAN ÇALLIOGLU
    i really like this sounds.. i don't like it Daw Vst Bass but this plugin awesome.. Thanks Plugin Alliance..
  • The amp for me..

    ★★★★★
    by kaiser_of_1kHz
    I own this amp in real life. A late 60s 50W head that has the gold flecked silver sheeting on top - just before the silver face era began. Its my favourite guitar amp for many reasons. Primarily because it doesn't really stick a sound on to anything. Every guitar's character comes to life in its own way. The amp itself is very open and just breathes. Its a bit dirty to use as a bass amp at a real world volume, but for recording and blending its also really good.
    This plug in sounds a lot like it. It even reacts to the EQ changes in the input signal in the same way. Im not sure why it includes a delay and not a spring reverb, it kind of makes me scratch my head a little. I get the feeling the Brainworx guys are a bit more into the metal/hard 80s rock concept of guitar. The Rockrack amp suite is that kind of thing. The JCM 800 on that is really good but I find everything else far too outside my genre pool. This amp, however, is the one. We are talking about a plug in, here, which amazes me. It doesn't sound or play or react like a plug in. Totally different level of quality than Guitar Rig or whatever else I have...