The VirginCab offers users the ability to load up to 16 IRs, with four presets spread across four banks. The pedal can be used to ready two separate impulses, which can then be switched between using the footswitch. The VirginCab can also be connected to AMT’s standalone Bricks series preamps for additional voicing options, thanks to the presence of a universal interface.
Users can also take advantage of the built-in micro-USB port to hook the VirginCab up to a computer to load impulse responses. Other parameters such as noise gates, compression, clean preamp, power amp emulations, high and low-pass filters, five-band parametric EQ, presence, early reflections and volume can be tweaked when using the VirginCab with a computer.
Other features of the VirginCab include an input attenuator which allows the cab sim to function with both line-level signals and power amp output signals. The VirginCab can also be treated as a simple DI box solution for pedalboards, as its stereo outputs can be sent as balanced/unbalanced or line/mic levels. There is also a headphone out and aux in for quiet practice.
The AMT Pangaea VirginCab IR Cab Sim is now available for $110. For more information, click here.