PocketGK - Bass Guitar Amp
By POCKETLABWORKS, Inc.
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PocketGK with iRiffPort is the best bass guitar amp system for practicing with your iTunes music, supporting Pitch Shift and Slow Downer for learning!
* High Fidelity Digital Audio I/O
* Built-in iPod music player with instant access to ALL YOUR iTUNES MUSIC
* Time Stretch and Pitch Shift your iTunes music
* universal full screen support
* plug and play with no configuration
* low latency DSP processing, with very short delay
PocketGK is designed in partnership with Gallien-Krueger Corporation using GK's renowned voicing filters and intuitive four band active EQ for great, easy to dial in, punchy tone.
notreble, "I've had three or four different amp modeler practice amps for my iPad, and this one is the easiest to use and sounds the best. I own a GK Mobile Bass amp, and must say that the sound is pretty true to the GK tone."
The Bass Geek, "What wins me over in this contest is the better sound for the PocketGK (which models the Gallien-Krueger amp line faithfully)."
ProMusicApps, "Given the wide app support for the iRiffPort Digital Audio Guitar Connection, and the high quality sound it produces, this is a must for guitarists working in the app world."
Blog du mac, "A Marvel to be used without moderation".
INSTRUMENT ADAPTER IS REQUIRED.
iRiffPort on sale now world-wide!
* Normal and Boost G.I.V.E. settings
* Contour, Boost, Horn, and Master Amp Controls
* Treble, Hi-Mid, Lo-Mid, and Bass EQ
* Chromatic Bass Guitar Tuner
* Adjustable Noise Gate
* Background Audio mode
* unlimited named presets
* iTunes music play along with Pitch Shift and Slow Down
System Requirements for best performance:
1) iOS 4.3 or later
2) iPad 1/2/3/4, iPhone 4/4S/5, or iPod touch 4th/5th generation*
3) Guitar Interface (iRiffPort or other)
*Note: For iPad 4, iPhone 5, and iPod touch 5th generation, iRiffPort works with the Apple genuine Lightning to 30-pin Adapter.
What's New in Version 1.16
Bug fixes for iOS 6
Great results with PocketGK and iRiffPort
I'm a bass player that's come fairly late to the whole iOS thing but have now enthusiastically jumped into the world of virtual amps. I've tried several of the apps that are out there but have developed a heavy preference for PocketGK.
PocketGK is very well thought out for the average bassist - I'd say it provides about 90% of my dream list for an app. Tone is great, the play along and looper features are useful practice tools and the built-in tuner works well. The only things on my wishlist for PocketGK are a few of the typical effects bassists tend to use - a compressor, fuzz, distortion and possibly chorus would be great to have as in-app purchases.
Also, iRiffPort is the way to go for an interface - I tried a few of the audio jack interfaces and was very disappointed on poorly they worked for bass. iRiffPort gives me a great low noise way of accessing PocketGK on my iPhone and iPad. iRiffPort also works well with the new Lightning to 30 pin adapter (my iPad is Lightning equipped.) Hopefully we'll see more interface products from Pocketlabworks - a stompbox interface to give an easy, durable way of jacking PocketGK into a pedaltrain would be great for live performance.
Pocketlabworks has a winner here!
There is no App that compares to this ! I have a G.K. 1001RB II, MB800, Neo 410, 212, and 115. I thought my cabinets were light - never thought I could get the G.K. sound in something as light as an ipad. I use it everyday and when gigging, I use it to learn last minute requests during a break. Amazing ! Support for this App is great as well. I recently contacted them and the response and fix to my issue was completed in no time at all. I'm at the point where I really don't think my musical journey would be the same without this App. Funny, but it has actually made me more money because aside from keeping you sharp with it's practice tools, it has allowed me to become a more focused and prepared bass player which keeps my phone ringing !
Makes learning easy
Love this simple app. Using it with an iRig and an Alesis dock. Plug in, choose the set list, play.
I've recently started playing bass with a singer songwriter (Wes Speight), and while he is open to interpretation getting the basics down is a heck of a lot easier with my bass mixed right in. I love the loop option as well as the speed option to pick apart those hard to hear parts.
I couldn't think of a thing to do to make it better. Once you get past the slight learning curve you'll be playing in your car while someone else is driving. Works great on both my iPad and iPhone.
- Category: Music
- Updated: Oct 23, 2012
- Version: 1.16
- Size: 15.3 MB
- Languages: English, Japanese
- Seller: POCKETLABWORKS, Inc.
- © COPYRIGHT 2011 POCKETLABWORKS ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
Compatibility: Requires iOS 4.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.