Please note that if you are using (or had used) previous versions of BassBox Pro on a Mac, you will need to download and install the latest version of Apple Audio Codec and SoftPlug Pro in order to continue using BassBox Pro after the date that support for the current version ends.
BassBox Pro versions 6.0.0 to 6.0.8 are currently active and will continue to be supported until the last day of 2019. After that, the product will be available for sale at a discounted price. The last version of BassBox Pro supported by maintenance updates will be 6.0.8. This is a free update. Users currently using version 6.0.9-7.0.0 can continue to use the old version as long as they want.
BassBox Pro is an excellent virtual guitar amp with a unique combination of features. This allows it to emulate the tonal characteristics of both a tube-driven tube amplifier and a tube-driven solid state amplifier. It is quite possibly the closest approximation of the sound of a tube amp with a Mac.
BassBox Pro includes 16 different amp models. These can be used individually or as a preset collection. The Amp collection includes a variety of amp models including the Fender Bassman, the more famous American and British Plexi amps, and the more popular and the more well-known Marshall models of the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s.
BassBox Pro makes it easy to use any number of amps, effects, and effects pedals simultaneously. Users may have up to a total of 32 distinct amp models, 64 effects, and 64 effects pedals. The default model set is similar to the vintage Marshall Plexi or Fender Tweed amps, however, users may create a completely different model set.
Note: Updates are free when your BassBox Pro license is in good standing. If your license is expired or not in good standing, you are not eligible for updates. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
We require all users of BassBox Pro to register for free. Our registration system is designed to allow you to update your user information. Updates are also required on an ongoing basis in order to authorize the use of the program on your computer. Please register in order to access the update system. If you have not already done so, please register for free by clicking on here.
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