Friedman® Buxom Betty Amplifier

Friedman® Buxom Betty Amplifier

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Hol dir die exklusive Mischung klassischer amerikanischer und britischer Verstärkersounds.

Der 50 Watt Friedman Buxom Betty ist die Umsetzung der kühnsten Fantasien zu Gitarrenverstärkern – ein wunderschöner, handverdrahteter Einkanal-Verstärker, der sowohl den dynamischen Glanz der amerikanischen Vintage-Röhren-Combos, als auch das anmutige Gebrüll klassischer britischer Verstärker-Stacks liefert.

Entwickelt von Brainworx und offiziell von Friedman Amplifiers empfohlen, modelliert das Friedman Buxom Betty Amplifier Plug-In diesen mit zwei EL34 Röhren ausgestatteten, 50 Watt Ausnahmeverstärker in Perfektion.

Jetzt kannst Du:

Mit deinem UA Interface latenzfrei über den Friedman Buxom Betty einspielen

100 unterschiedliche High-End-Aufnahmeketten mit mehreren Boxen und klassischen Mikrofonen vorhören

Klänge zusätzlich mit Effekten des FX Racks formen, inklusive Vintage Delay, Noise Gate, High/Low Filtern und anderen

Ganz einfach – nur mit dem Volume-Regler deiner Gitarre – Medium-Gain-Klangfarben und knarrende Overdrive - Texturen erzeugen

Soundbeispiele

Soundbeispiele
Bestimme den Klangumfang

Bestimme den Klangumfang

Der Friedman Buxom Bettey liefert einen Soundumfang von druckvollem Chicken-Pickin´ über satte Clean-Akkorde bis hin zu klassisch rauem "In-Your-Face" Rock 'n' Roll. Sowohl der geschmackvoll abgestimmte EQ und der dreistufige Bright-Schalter, als auch sein dynamisches, berührungsempfindliches Spielgefühl wurden perfekt umsetzt. Daher kannst du mit dem Friedman Buxom Betty Plug-In über den Volume-Regler deiner Gitarre die Klangfarben dynamisch variieren. Wähle zwischen High/Low-Eingängen für noch mehr Klangtexturen und genieße dabei, wie einfach es ist, überzeugend klirrende Clean-Sounds und intensive, harmonische Verzerrungen zu produzieren.

Friedman FX Rack

Friedman FX Rack

Das Friedman Buxom Betty Plug-In bietet mit dem Brainworx FX Rack zusätzliche Kontrolle über deine Sounds. Das FX Rack verfügt über ein Noise Gate, umschaltbare High und Low Pass Filter und eine Power-Soak-Schaltung, mit der du beliebig viel Overdrive dazu fahren kannst, ohne die Ausgangsverstärkung hochzupegeln.

Zusätzlich enthält das Friedman Buxom Betty Plug-In 100 Impulsantworten von Aufnahmeketten, die von verschiedenen Boutique-Verstärkerboxen eingefangen wurden und die über Brainworx´s klassisches Neve-Mischpult und ein riesiges Arsenal an High-End- und Mikrofonklassikern sowie Outboard-Geräten aufgenommen wurden - „aufnahmefertige“ Klangfarben sind dadurch nur einen Klick entfernt.

Unison<sup>™</sup> Technologie für Apollo Interfaces

Unison Technologie für Apollo Interfaces

Durch den Einsatz von UA´s bahnbrechender Unison™ Technologie bietet das Friedman Buxom Betty Plug-In die Impedanz, das Gain Staging und das Schaltungsverhalten, weshalb Buxom Betty zu einem der beliebtesten Verstärkern von Friedman wurde.

Eigenschaften

Detailgetreue Emulation des EL34-betriebenen Buxom Betty Verstärkers von Friedman Amplification

Von Friedman Amp Gründer Dave Friedman uneingeschränkt lizenziert

100 Aufnahmeketten mit zahlreichen Impulsantworten verschiedener Boutique-Lautsprecherboxen – über eine Auswahl von Vintage- und modernen Mikrofonen aufgenommen und über High-End-Outboard-Geräte bearbeitet, bevor sie in Brainworx´s klassischer Neve VXS™ Konsole gemischt wurden

FX Rack bietet eine mit dem Host synchronisierbare Vintage Delay Einheit, Noise Gate, Tight/Smooth Filter, Power-Soaking und Bypassen von Preamp und Leistungsverstärker

Unison™ Technologie modelliert mit UA Audio-Interfaces die exakt gleiche Soundreaktion wie beim Einstecken in den echten Gitarrenverstärker

Benötigt ein UAD DSP-System oder UA Audio-Interface – erhältlich bei autorisierten Händlern weltweit

User-Rezensionen

Friedman® Buxom Betty Amplifier

s. Pfeiffer

17. April 2019

Big, Fat, Wide

The girth produced by this emulation is astonishing. Its the GTR you want right up the middle, with sonic candy of your choice panned. Extremely versatile with the FX section waiting to be discovered. Plenty of great emulations out there, but none like this. Think Blackface Twin having a love child with a Dumble or a Matchless. As clean and fat as you want it , with some other cool features-even a versatile delay that seems to suck very little DSP when engaged. Simply nothing like it. Of all the incredible amp sims out there, the Buxom Betty sounds the most like a genuine amp sitting in the room of any of my all of 'em. How many Marshalls do you need??? A fantastic sonic addition to your palette. Highly recommended for the big sound versatility one does not find often in a plug in, even from the masters at UAD and Softube...

D. Huling

16. April 2019

Buxom Betty

By far the best guitar amp sim/plugin I own.

A. Sudarkin

12. April 2019

Honey crunch!

Great sound. For lovers of rock, blues, folk - this is the perfect option. Very pleased with the purchase.

K. Kaspersen

12. April 2019

Crunch!

I think this amp is more for crunch.

M. Noir

10. April 2019

Smooth, nice cleans and crunch

I've been looking for a nice amp sim for a while.
I've tried quality sims before (incl. vintage amp).
That Friedman is perfect to me (blues/soft rock) - I play with a Gibson es 390 and it sounds perfect.

A. Heinzelmann

31. März 2019

Amazing Amp Emulation

I use the Friedman Buxom Betty Amp Simulation for Blues Recording and nothing sounds better. It is a very good alternative to my Fender Twin Reverb but it´s easy to use and you do not need to place a microphone in front of the Amp. I use a Rupert Neve RNDI to record the raw signal of the guitar. Easy, fast in use and great sounding, i am very pleased with this Plugin.

P. Haas

30. März 2019

It's good to have a wide guitar sound palette

I use multiple guitar amp simulations. Friedman Buxom Betty is nice. Not better or worse than others (even from other manufacturers). It's another type of sound on the "guitar" palette. Very dynamic. I use quite often - from pure to distorted "voice" of guitars. Try it yourself.

J. Trace

29. März 2019

MESA, MARSHALL and ORANGE!!

The Cab emulations are superb and offers a huge amount of options for your tone. You can get lost in the forest of functions.

T. Ellis

28. März 2019

Loves my Fenders

This amp loves my Fenders. A nice range of clean and crunchy tones and some easy to dial in effects. One of the presets sounds just like my 65 Bassman and 2x12 cab. I am super pleased (and not usually keen on amp sims)

c. chansiricharoengul

24. März 2019

Love it

Love it!!!!!!!!

UAD User

24. März 2019

Love it

Such a dynamic and responsive amp. The touch and tone inspires playing all day. Love the way these tones sit in a mix

s. Pfeiffer

21. März 2019

Extremely Flexible amplifier

As I guitarist I've been thru every amp sim ever made, hardware or software. This MAY not be the ultimate best, but then again it might just be the overall best. Such a variety of crystal clear tones, OD, Crunch, Lead,with an actually musical sounding gate. Delay built-in. The sickest combination of cabs and multi-mics I've ever seen. No longer corralled by either the Brit Plexi type sound, American Fender blackfaces and their various iterations or the scolding cold scream of some modern day transistor technology. Maybe the only thing difficult to coax from this sim is Fender tweed-but who doesn't have a dozen other ways to do that?? Absolutely an excellent amp sim.

s. Pfeiffer

21. März 2019

Incredibly Flexible

This might be the most flexible amp sim I own. (I'm not positive, just bought it 3 hours ago and haven't been able switchover to another sim to get a reality check! I've so many Marshall and Fender iterations, its a blessing to get a set of different tones. Add a very smooth sounding noise gate, a delay, and the variety of top shelf mics, cabs, and pre's used to capture the amp sound, I'd have to say it's going to be quite a few compositions before I go back to a Marshal Plexi or a blackface Fender. This amp sim is the shizz!

C. Coates

20. März 2019

Mean, yet clean

Crank the mids, put your favourite OD front, pipe in some sparkle or 'verb from on the inserts - this has kept me from turning on my actual amp in some time. Love these models...keep 'em coming!

(ya know, UAD, you could make guitar players happier and consider a pedal board instert with authorized models, loop access, routing, A/B/Y...)

P. Dorlig

19. März 2019

One of the better sounding versatile Amp Sims, IMO.

I demoed, read & watched a lot of reviews about the UAD Friedman Buxom Betty. Even though I have not heard the real amp first hand, I found this to be one the most versatile and realistic amp simulation plugins for my style of playing. Having this in the Unison slot is icing on the cake and provides a lot of no latency enjoyment.

A. Deherder

16. März 2019

Okay

Given a second chance, I would skip this one. I like the tweed much better. On it's own, I can't really see using the Friedman. Mixed with the tweed, it is okay. I will probably opt for the Suhr over this one. Just my opinion, others seem to like it.

M. Filowitz

16. März 2019

Beautiful Tonage!!!

Great sounding plugin!!! Beautiful Tonage!!!!

J. Burdick

15. März 2019

Update to my previous review

I would just like to add that I now HAVE tried situating the Buxom Betty in a real-band, full mix, and it fared exceptionally well. I am genuinely excited about this tool.

J. Burdick

14. März 2019

Game changer if you've got Unison

I am a working guitarist and am simply not a fan of amp sims. My experience isn't all that wide, but I have spent time with many UA models including the ballyhoo'd tweed, I spent enough time with a Kemper and an Axe FX to turn away in disgust, and of course have on occasion reached for Amplitube and Guitar Rig models for a laugh. Oh yeah, and I had a Pod 2.0 years ago.

For reference, my current gigging amps are a Gries 35 (blackface clone) and as a backup a Reverend Hellhound 60/40. The '64 Princeton Reverb is probably my holy grail amp. I am not a roots player, something more like "progressive pop" tho I do plenty of soloing. Enough about me.

I have NEVER been moved by an amp sim as I have by my first 30m with this one. Really lovely, thrtee dimensional tone and touch responsiveness better than any I have experienced in a model (again there are many I haven't tried, and it seems like maybe that has been an area of improvement in the modeling field overall). Seems super versatile within limits that are fine by me. it is time to start taking Brainworx very very seriously.

Caveat: Haven't tried situating it yet in a full, real-band mix, and that is a traditional point of failure for sims, IMO. But AS A PRACTICE AMP ALONE (yes, I have an Apollo) this thing is a game changer for me and I am hopeful and optimistic about how it is going to fare as a real world tracking tool. As I suggested above, I am 30 minutes into my 14 day demo and reaching for my wallet.

G. Booker

2. März 2019

Great all around amp!!!!

I've messed around with this amp for a week and I personally love it, it's a whole other story when I'm pressed into replacing an amp when in the middle of a session!!! They brought a certain amp that had a color in the tangerine family, and it was just to sharp, nasally and had a wicked sharp tone. In general everyone hated it. They had a DI track and asked to replace the sound with something "Better". This was the first thing I plugged in, and in less than 2 minuets had a working substitute, Yes I tweaked it from there, but truth be told IT WORKED!!! I got messages today thanking me for working it out. This is now my go to amp and I will learn all it can do in the coming weeks. Betty is Beautiful! Thanks Mr. Friedman, I'll be buying all your other amps!!!