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Version 1.2 of Guitar Rig Coming Soon

Native Instruments announced the Guitar Rig 1.2 update will be available soon. The free update adds four more stomp boxes to the guitarists arsenal, all modelled after popular real world units...

October 30, 2004

Native Instruments announced the Guitar Rig 1.2 update will be available soon. The free update adds four more stomp boxes to the guitarists arsenal, all modelled after popular real world units, offering two distinctive new flavors of both classic fuzz overdrive and powerful hi-gain distortion.

The new features of Guitar Rig 1.2 in detail:

  • "Fuzz Ace" (fuzz pedal based on Arbiter Fuzz Face)
  • "Big Fuzz" (fuzz pedal based on Electro Harmonix Big Muff)
  • "Cat" (distortion pedal based on ProCo Rat)
  • "Demon Distortion" (distortion pedal based on MXR Dime Distortion)
  • More than 40 additional presets which make use of the new components
  • Various minor improvements, cosmetic changes and fixes

The 1.2 update for Windows and Mac will be available as a free download forall registered Guitar Rig users in the first half of November.

For more information, visit their web site at www.native-instruments.com

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By our press release coordinator Thursday January 1, 2004
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