For professional guitarists who need unlimited killer sounds.
For professional guitarists who need unlimited killer sounds, GTR is the only amps and effects software that delivers such breathtaking realism. Unlike other guitar processors, GTR uses revolutionary sampling techniques that go way beyond standard modeling, to create the most amazing guitar sounds imaginable.
Get ready to rock
GTR was designed to meet the rigorous demands of engineers, producers, and session guitarists accustomed to the very best sound. Using Waves’ innovative amp sampling technology, GTR captures the unique sonic characteristics of hand-selected vintage gear. The result is a stunning collection of the world’s finest guitar amps, cabinets, microphones, and effects--at your fingertips.
Whether you’re laying down tracks in the studio or live onstage, GTR is the only guitar processor you’ll ever need. Native or TDM, Mac or PC, anytime, anywhere, you’re ready to rock.
Waves GTR is much more than a substitute for real amps and effects; it’s the ultimate in guitar sound technology.
- Direct Full-frequency, transparent tone, with light EQ and a hint of dynamics processing
- Clean Smooth and warm, with shimmering highs, and luscious overtones.
- Sweet A 1962 small tube amp with a clear sound and a clean bite. New for 2.0!
- Cream Bright, detailed tone with a unique low frequency bloom. New for 2.0!
- Edgy For when you need a big, rich sound, with more than just a touch of attitude.
- Drive The go-to amp for bluesy growl, fat saturated sounds, and everything in between.
- Overdrive The heavy rock sound of the late ‘70s in all its glory. New for 2.0!
- Crunch Tailor-made for sizzling lead lines, and heavy sustained walls of grunge.
- Hot Perfect for aggressive high gain sounds, scorching riffs, and stinging solos.
- Modern Dedicated to cutting-edge solo tones, and drop-tuned power chords.
Dual-Cabinet and Dual-Mic Options
Playing through two cabinets or recording with two different microphones are great ways to get a great guitar sound in the studio. Waves Amp gives you these options in every configuration, providing six different microphones to choose from, with each either on or off axis. You can also reverse the phase of either cabinet for even more tonal options. Cabinet sounds can be blended together easily using the Gain controls, or panned separately when used in stereo.
- 4 x 12” Standard
- 4 x 12” Vintage
- 4 x 12” Britt
- 2 x 12” ClosedBack
- 2 x 12” OpenBack
- 4 x 10” OpenBack
- 12” OpenBack
- 15” ClosedBack
- Acme 12” Custom
- Acme 2 x 10” Cabinet
- Acme 8” OpenBack
- Acme 4 x 12” Cab
- Acme 12” OpenBack
- Acme 2 x 10” OpenBack
- Acme Case Speaker
GTR features 23 Stomps, with everything you need to custom shape your sound for any musical situation. From Distortions, Delays, EQs, Compressors, and Reverbs to Phaser, Flanger, WahWah, Chorus, and more, GTR has got you covered. And with features like sync-to-host BPM, drag-and-drop simplicity, and MIDI control, it’s never been easier to dial up your sound.
Automation and MIDI Control
The PedalBoard and Stomps are fully automatable, letting you create dramatic effects that change over time.
You can also use an outboard MIDI controller such as an expression pedal for real time control of any Stomp parameter.
In fact, using a MIDI foot controller, you can control nearly every function of the Waves PedalBoard, switching Stomp effects in and out or calling up entire chains with ease. This lets you program effects for an entire song and make the changes in real time, just as you would with a real pedal board.
In keeping with the goal of achieving pro sounds quickly, the Waves PedalBoard comes with dozens of carefully designed presets. These include entire chains of Stomps that have been tweaked to produce stunning effects.
There are 23 Stomps, including everything from basic EQ, Compression and Gating to modulation effects such as Flanger, Phaser, Wah, Octaver and Chorus, to various delays and reverbs as well as several flavors of distortion. Many stomps that have time based controls such as LFO rate or Delay Time can be synced to the host BPM.
Also included is the Waves Tuner, which can be set to Chromatic or Alternate tunings. A lit arrow lets you know which way to tune, while a highlighted note tells you which note you’re tuning to. The tuning reference can be adjusted plus or minus 6 Hertz from 440.