Line 6 Gearbox Silver Bundle & TonePort £75.99 (SRP £245) @ Dolphin Music
Line 6 Gearbox Silver Bundle & TonePort £75.99  (SRP £245) @ Dolphin Music

Line 6 Gearbox Silver Bundle & TonePort £75.99 (SRP £245) @ Dolphin Music

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One for the musicians

Instant plug-in access to an incredible selection of vintage and modern gear models!

GearBox Plug-In delivers legendary Line 6 studio-standard tone, and classic must-have vintage effects in a flexible native software plug-in format. For the musician who records guitar, bass and vocals, GearBox Plug-In delivers a world-class tone environment.

GearBox Plug-In supports both Mac® AU and PC VST Plug-In formats (RTAS coming Summer '07) with an incredible collection of professionally programmed presets and a complete Amp and Effects or Preamp and Effects setup. Two different configurations are available - Silver Bundle and Gold Bundle - with the Gold Bundle offering a dramatically increased number of models (see lists below).

But that's not all! As an extra plus, each GearBox Bundle also includes a TonePort DI USB guitar interface, featuring ToneDirect monitoring for great feel and dynamics along with your killer tone while recording. The TonePort DI is designed for use alongside your existing audio interface, or can work as a stand-alone, premium sound quality audio interface. And you can of course use GearBox Plug-In for processing audio recorded with your other audio interfaces, as well as the TonePort DI.

Silver Bundle contains:

18 guitar amps, 24 guitar cabinets
5 bass amps, 5 bass cabinets
6 mic preamps
29 stompbox and studio effects


Seems to be a price cut for this everywhere. Good deal for guitar users with XP, possibly not for Vista (unconfirmed).

Good for XP, NOT useless for Vista
In XP, this thing was great. I upgraded to Vista, and now the outputs have an unacceptable pop and crackle. The Line6 forums are all abuzz about this problem, and there is no solution yet.
I heartily apologize. There was no solution at Line6, but I eventually ran across a fix. Unsurprisingly, Vista is to blame, specifically the power profiles on Vista. The fault lay in the processor power-state transitions. This works ok on Vista on a laptop if you select the "Always On" power state. (Actually, there's an occasional pop even then; if you disable power state transitions in your BIOS, I think you can get rid of them.)


*cough* guitar rig 2 *cough*
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