FUNCTIONALITY

Pre

The PRE section includes guitar effects that are used in front of an amplifier by most guitarists. Just like normal pedals, these effects have a lot of control, but most of it is hidden away in our smart processing. Only one of these effects can be on at the same time.

BOOST

BOOST is a clean boost that pushes an amplifier further into overdrive/distortion, really useful for low output pickups or just to color the guitar tone even more. The GAIN parameter controls the amount of boost and tone changes automatically based on GAIN and other settings on Amonito.

COMP

COMP is a compressor that can be very useful for many genres, to add consistency to a clean tone or to make your solo notes sustain forever. The GAIN knob controls the amount of compression, ratio, EQ, and other compressor parameters.

DRIVE

DRIVE is a soft, transparent overdrive that also shapes EQ so that your guitar stands out further in a mix. The most used type of guitar effect for solos or to tighten up the tone. GAIN controls the amount of drive, but also smartly balances the volume and tone of the effect.

Amp

There are four types of amplifiers to choose from, two base models and two variants of them. Each one has a different sound and feel, thanks to the extensive physical switching of the analog circuit.

CLEAN & VINTAGE

CLEAN & VINTAGE is a typical single-channel tube amp that can go from a warm clean tone to a vintage overdrive with a pleasant tube compression. With mids pushing unencumbered, it can stand out in any mix.

CLEAN & MODERN

CLEAN & MODERN is a tube amp with higher headroom and less distortion, although it can still provide distortion when cranked. It’s tighter and more defined than its vintage brother, slightly more scooped in the mids.

DIRTY & VINTAGE

DIRTY & VINTAGE is an amplifier that has a very organic sound, and with its gain range is perfect for many genres, from blues to rock and everything in between. Also featuring tube compression it feels like the most famous amplifier of the rock era.

DIRTY & MODERN

DIRTY & MODERN is tighter, crisper, and has more gain than the vintage version, just like a high gain channel on multi-channel amps. Its sound will fit more modern rock or metal songs. The dynamic range is also incredible and can go from almost completely clean to a soaring high gain sound with just a volume knob on the guitar.

Parameter GAIN is just like a volume knob on single channel amps, affecting the amount of signal through the “power stage” as well as the “preamp stages”. At higher settings, the “power stage” distorts first.

Parameter LEVEL is there to provide easy balancing between presets, only affecting the amount of signal sent to the speaker, line, and XLR outputs.

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Eq

Everyone is probably familiar with EQ settings, but while simple to use, on Amonito, these are much more powerful than it seems at first glance.

With the help of smart processing, the whole amplifier is reacting to these settings so that is not simply an EQ after the amplifier section, but it is modifying the signal so that you “get what you wish for”.

The controls are not static filters like in any other amplifier. The controls are alive and cooperating with many other parts to deliver a unique experience. Don’t be afraid to use the whole range of controls, no need to leave it somewhere in the middle.

If you would like to have the sound from a bright clean vintage amplifier (assuming a vintage clean model is selected on the AMP section), simply increase the TREBLE and possibly reduce the BASS and the whole amp will shift around these parameters to provide you with a sound that would be produced by a typical bright vintage tube amp. Even effects before the amplifier will adjust to these settings.

Post Effects

(Almost) no guitar sound is perfect without some kind of reverb, delay, or other modulation effects - or even all together.

SEND/RETURN

When you just love a certain pedal there is always an option to plug it in the effects loop, that can be switched on or off between presets.

TAP DELAY

You can always set your delay time directly via the TIME setting, but a lot of guitarists set or change their DELAY time during playing, that's why there is a dedicated TAP footswitch, which shows current delay time with a blinking LED.

REVERB

Three types of REVERB are available to choose from and with the MIX control, they cover a vast amount of lush landscapes. MIX knob is controlling the amount of reverb, the decay time, and a few other parameters. This makes it much more powerful and even extreme settings sound good and are purposeful.

CHORUS

There are also three variants of a CHORUS effect. Chorus is great at enhancing clean guitar or adding width and life to a distorted solo. MIX knob is controlling the amount of chorus effect in a guitar signal. It is also affecting the depth and rate of the effect.

TREMOLO

TREMOLO is one of the first effects to be implemented in tube guitar amplifiers and it is also present here on Amonito. Varying the loudness of a guitar signal it can go really slow and easy or it can be sped up to an almost synth-like effect.
The DEPTH parameter is controlling how quiet the signal is at its lowest point and the SPEED parameter controls the speed of the oscillator.

DELAY

DELAY effect lets you create unique rhythmic patterns or it can spice up your solo sound to make the guitar either blend into the mix or stand out in front of other instruments. When your amplifier is set to a VINTAGE mode, the delay feels analog, with not as clearly defined repeats, while on a MODERN setting, the delay is crisper but still pleasant and warm.

The FDBK parameter controls how many times the original signal is repeated. From one repeat, to be used as a slapback, to a full howling for creative expression.

TIME controls the space between repeats. Short time intervals give you a doubling type effect, longer but still relatively short sound like reverb, and even longer can be used to add a lot more space and depth to your sound.

The MIX parameter adds the delayed signal to the dry signal, but also smartly controls the coloring of the effect based on the amount of MIX selected.

REVERB

Three types of REVERB are available to choose from and with the MIX control, they cover a vast amount of lush landscapes. MIX knob is controlling the amount of reverb, the decay time, and a few other parameters. This makes it much more powerful and even extreme settings sound good and are purposeful.

CHORUS

There are also three variants of a CHORUS effect. Chorus is great at enhancing clean guitar or adding width and life to a distorted solo. MIX knob is controlling the amount of chorus effect in a guitar signal. It is also affecting the depth and rate of the effect.

TREMOLO

TREMOLO is one of the first effects to be implemented in tube guitar amplifiers and it is also present here on Amonito. Varying the loudness of a guitar signal it can go really slow and easy or it can be sped up to an almost synth-like effect.
The DEPTH parameter is controlling how quiet the signal is at its lowest point and the SPEED parameter controls the speed of the oscillator.

DELAY

DELAY effect lets you create unique rhythmic patterns or it can spice up your solo sound to make the guitar either blend into the mix or stand out in front of other instruments. When your amplifier is set to a VINTAGE mode, the delay feels analog, with not as clearly defined repeats, while on a MODERN setting, the delay is crisper but still pleasant and warm.

The FDBK parameter controls how many times the original signal is repeated. From one repeat, to be used as a slapback, to a full howling for creative expression.

TIME controls the space between repeats. Short time intervals give you a doubling type effect, longer but still relatively short sound like reverb, and even longer can be used to add a lot more space and depth to your sound.

The MIX parameter adds the delayed signal to the dry signal, but also smartly controls the coloring of the effect based on the amount of MIX selected.

TAP DELAY

You can always set your delay time directly via the TIME setting, but a lot of guitarists set or change their DELAY time during playing, that's why there is a dedicated TAP footswitch, which shows current delay time with a blinking LED.

SEND/RETURN

When you just love a certain pedal there is always an option to plug it in the effects loop, that can be switched on or off between presets.

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