Feast your eyes on AmpliTube Slash, the official Slash apps and software for the iPhone®, iPod touch®, iPad® - also available inside the new AmpliTube 2.5 for iOS - and the inclusion of Slash's signature gear into AmpliTube Custom Shop desktop/laptop app and plug-in for Mac/PC.
IK worked closely with Slash to model his entire rig comprised of:
Practice, Play and Record
AmpliTube Slash provides a fully integrated multi-track recording studio for capturing ideas quickly and easily or producing entire songs and compositions. A robust song player section gives you the ability to play along with songs or backing tracks by importing them directly from your device library or computer.
Hook up with Slash
Plug your guitar into their iPhone, iPod touch or iPad using IK’s extremely popular iRig™ guitar interface adapter or the coming soon iRig STOMP pedal interface adapter. Users with Mac/PC can connect their guitar via USB port using IK’s StealthPedal™ digital audio interface pedal or StealthPlug™ cable interface that now also works with iPad using Apple Camera Connection Kit.
Pricing and availability
AmpliTube Slash for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad are now available on the App Store? now at an introductory price of $9.99/€7.99.
Existing users of AmpliTube for iPhone, iPod touch or iPad can purchase AmpliTube Slash as an in-app purchase for $9.99/€7.99, or individual models a la carte starting at $2.99/€1.99.
For Mac/PC users, AmpliTube Slash can be purchased inside AmpliTube Custom Shop for $79.99/€59.99 (ex. Taxes), or individual models can be purchased a la carte starting from $5 each.
Download AmpliTube Custom Shop for free to try and buy AmpliTube Slash.
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