Universal Audio has just introduced their new Lion ’68 Super Lead Amp Emulator, as well as the smaller Flow Vintage Tremolo, Teletronix LA‑2A Studio Compressor, and Brigade Chorus & Vibrato.
“When we released UAFX Dream, Ruby and Woodrow amp emulator pedals, we were thrilled to see their near‑instant acceptance from guitarists who had never even considered ‘modeling’ pedals before,” said James Santiago, Sr. Product Designer. “We put our heart, soul, and decades of analog expertise into Lion ’68. So from the first chord that you play, it will sound and more importantly, feel, like the amp that defined rock and roll.”
The Lion ’68 Super Lead Amp pedal gives guitarists the classic British amp sounds and features the powerful UAFX dual‑engine, as well as authentic emulations of three legendary high‑powered tube amplifiers – Super Lead, Super Bass, and “Brown”. The Lion ’68 Super Lead offers the world’s best speaker cabinet, mic, and room tones derived from the award‑winning OX Amp Top Box; as well as “hot rod” amp and speaker mods, plus free additional downloadable speaker cabinets and mics upon registration.
Then there’s the Teletronix LA‑2A Studio Compressor which gives the fat, warm tone of authentic optical tube limiting used on over 50 years of iconic guitar sounds. The Teletronix LA‑2A Studio Compressor offers uthentic emulation of iconic Teletronix LA‑2A optical tube compressor/limiter, captured in a compact stompbox, and is available here for $199.
The Flow Vintage Tremolo is evolved from the Astra Modulation Machine, and gives you three flavors of tube‑driven wiggle and shake – from old school to modern – in a colorful, compact package. The Flow Vintage Tremolo is available here for $199.
And finally there’s the Brigade Chorus & Vibrato also conceived from the award-winning Astra Modulation Machine. The Brigade Chorus & Vibrato gives the warm analog modulation effects of the Boss CE-1 Chorus Ensemble and the tone of its iconic preamp, in a compact stompbox. Get it here for $199.