28 Feb 2020

Bumblefoot's "MMXX" AmpliTube Presets

Bumblefoot gives free access to all of the AmpliTube presets used in his new album.

Ron 'Bumblefoot' Thal loves AmpliTube's quality and flexibility so much he uses it on his albums.  His latest album, MMXX, is full of AmpliTube presets that he was generous enough to share with us, and now with all of you!

AmpliTube 4 was used on "Don't Know Who to Pray to Anymore", "Argentina", "Little Brother is Watching" and many other tracks and albums in the past.  The presets used in these tracks are free and available to all users of AmpliTube 4.  The presets can be found and downloaded in your User Area.  Follow the instructions below to download.

Install Instructions

- Close down AmpliTube 4 (if open)
- Place the preset folder into your AmpliTube presets directory:

Macintosh HD > Users > *USER* > Documents > IK Multimedia > AmpliTube 4 > Presets

C:\Users\*USER*\Documents\IK Multimedia\AmpliTube 4\Presets

- Open AmpliTube

The presets are now ready for use!

Ron 'Bumblefoot' Thal is an award-winning vocalist, songwriter, producer and world-renowned guitar virtuoso, with over 25 years of releasing music, playing international festivals and headlining tours, and gracing magazine covers as a solo artist.

Bumblefoot is a member of progressive rock group Sons Of Apollo (featuring Mike Portnoy, Billy Sheehan, Derek Sherinian and Jeff Scott Soto). Formerly a member of rock groups Art Of Anarchy (2011 – 2017, including STP/Velvet Revolver vocalist Scott Weiland, Creed vocalist Scott Stapp and Disturbed bassist John Moyer) and Guns N' Roses (2006 – 2014), Bumblefoot toured sold-out shows all over the world, headlining festivals with crowds up to 150,000. Bumblefoot's unique 'fretless guitar' can be heard throughout Guns N' Roses' 2008 Chinese Democracy album.

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