Overview

This amp is lesser known than the 646, but you should listen to the audio examples below. 

Very versatile, rocking amp for anything from Jazz to Hard Rock. Less aggressive than a 646, but reaching into metal territory, especially if you combine it with some nice pedals, and can be played with more expression as it reacts to the incoming signal very realistic. If you like to play with the volume knob on your guitar, this is your amp!

Features

  • Old school vintage tones to modern higher gain sounds.
  • Not only sounds, but feels like playing through a real amp
  • Accurate amp modeling and advanced speaker simulation (Impulse Responses), capturing high-end studio gear, plus recording-specific features like filters and a great noise gate.
  • Two channels: Channel 1 and Channel 2, each channel with separate Gain and Volume knobs.
  • Two voicing sections specially tuned for each channel: One three-band EQ for Channel 1 and one three-band EQ for Channel 2.
  • Tight and Smooth filters (Hi-Pass/Low-Pass), selectable Pre and Post amp.
  • Vintage lo-fi delay effect.
  • 64 selectable Recording Chains: Get the full sound instantly by using Brainworx’ Advanced IR Technology.

Audio Examples

Industry Reviews

  • Steve Mac

    Steve Mac

    Songwriter/Producer (Rhythm Masters/Bunker Recording Studios)

    This amp model is fantastic. Now I don’t have to wire up my sm57’s to my speaker boxes anytime I want that raw amp sound.

  • Glenn Tipton

    Glenn Tipton

    Judas Priest

    Engl is the first ampline that I have ever used that not only has balls….But Attitude, right out of the box!

  • Ritchie Blackmore

    Ritchie Blackmore

    Deep Purple

    Engl Amps are the best amps I’ve ever used- not only are they powerful, but they have texture and character too.

  • Rudolf Schenker

    Rudolf Schenker

    The Scorpions

    Since more than ten years ENGL is my choice for any live and studio situation.  Perfect sounding and absolutely reliable amps!

  • Steve Morse

    Steve Morse

    Dixie Dregs

    I love the fast dynamics, the tone and the bottom end of ENGL amps!  I was sold on these amps even before I actually heard them. I love the design and the perfect sound for any… Read More

Customer Reviews

  • Software modeling at its best?

    ★★★★★
    by kbhatt
    So folks I'm an owner of AXE FX 2. After trying this and the other bx amp sims along with other 3rd party (Eventide, Softube etc) plugins I've put my AXE FX on sale. This thing is THIS GOOD!!… Read More
  • ENGL E765 RT

    ★★★★★
    by Bob M
    Everyone knows ENGL makes great Amps, but it's Brainworx's emulation of this Amp that really shines!!!!
  • E765 RT

    ★★★★★
    by J
    Real nice amp, it captures that great ENGL sound to my ears at least and reacts to your dynamics the way a valve amp should
  • E765 RT

    ★★★★★
    by JoeV
    I'm pretty new at this, but I've tried most of the amp sims out there and, for some reason, I just find Plugin Alliance amps are the best! The E765, Bassdude and Chandler all out perform other sims… Read More
  • all about overdrive and distortion

    ★★☆☆☆
    by jermuz
    This virtual amp is good for rock. For a a clean sound not so much. Even with the gain below 1 cleans break up easily into overdrive.
    Not usable if you want to play clean and STAY clean.

Specification

Supported Plugin Formats
AAX Native, AU, AAX AudioSuite, VST2, VST3

Supported Operating Systems
MacOS 10.9 through 10.14
Windows 7 through 10

Mac
Intel CPU only (minimum 2 GHz recommended)

PC
Intel-compatible CPU with SSE2 instruction set (Pentium 4 compatible or higher; minimum 2 GHz recommended)

System Requirements
Display resolution: 1440 × 900px or 1280 × 960px or higher
Memory: 2 GB RAM

Downloads

With the Installation Manager, you can select, download and install just the Plugin Alliance products and formats you need for your system.

ChangeLog

E765 RT

ENGL E765 RT - Changelog

Version 1.7 (Nov 06, 2019)
- General: Qualified for use with macOS 10.15 Catalina
- General: Qualified for use with Windows 10 November 2019 Update
- General: Fixed plugin validation in Logic under macOS Catalina
- General: Fixed preset name restore in Logic when reopening a session
- General: Fixed opening authorization dialog triggering automation
- General: Improved instantiation times for plugins
- General: Improved license functionality and branding for subscription
- General: Removed 32-bit support on macOS and Windows

Version 1.6 (Jul 10, 2019)
- General: macOS 10.14.5 Update compatibility
- General: Windows 10 1903 Update compatibility
- General: Fixed activation issue in Windows hosts set to non-English language (e.g. Cakewalk)
- General: AU: Fixed issue with increased CPU and memory on reopening UI
- General: VST3: Fixed issue with adapting to host knob mode, and now prioritizing linear
- General: VST3: Fixed issue with VST3 preset permissions
- General: VST3: Improved synchronization between parameter states and some UI functions, e.g. toolbar reset

Version 1.5 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.4 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix

Version 1.3 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne

Version 1.2.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements

Version 1.2 (Apr 1, 2016)
- General: Major UI codebase update
- General: Fixed possible crash when authorizing plugin
- General: Added gain reduction meter support for StudioOne 3
- General: Installers show version info in Windows "Programs And Features"

Version 1.1 (Jan 18, 2016)
- General codebase update
- Fixed missing parameter highlighting in Pro Tools
- Removing RTAS format support

Version 1.0.2 (Jul 18, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 1.0.1 (Jun 22, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 1.0 (May 27, 2015)
- Release version