NuX Solid Studio IR & Power Amp Simulator

Regular price $199.99

The New Era of Mic-ing!

NUX Solid Studio was created and designed to address: limited gear availability, and the cumbersome transport reality of physical amp/speaker cabinets.

NUX is proud to introduce the new Verdugo series Solid Studio IR & Power Amp simulator, a pedal version of the most classic amp/cabinet scenarios including microphones and power amp tubes. Over many years of research, Solid Studio was specifically developed to fill the essential needs of discerning musicians and sound technicians, including the art of mic-ing instrument amplifiers on stage or in the studio. Solid Studio provides ease-of-use, reliability, versatility, and, above all, incredible audio quality.

Virtual mic-ing is achieved by choosing 1 cabinet and 1 microphone, and fine-tuning the position of the microphone using the mic position switch.  Plus, you can add the tube sound by engaging the power amp simulation.

What's Inside?

Solid Studio comes with 8 speaker cabinet simulations. All the cabinet models inside the Solid Studio are sounds great as original as the way it feels.

Complete list of the built-in speaker cabinets and the microphones

8 Built-in Cabinets:
JZ120 Roland Jazz120
DR112 Fender Deluxe Reverb 112
BS410 Fender Bassman 410
A212 VOX AC30 212
TR212 Fender Twin Reverb 212
1960 Marshall 1960A 412
GB412 Celestion Greenback 412
V412 Celestion Vintage30 412

8 Microphones:
DYN421 Sennheiser MD421
S57 Shure SM57
U87 Neumann U87
R122 Royer R-122
R121 Royer R-121
C414 AKG C414
C3000 AKG C3000
B52 Shure Beta52

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Input/Outputs
NUX Solid Studio has 6.35mm mono input with input signal level toggle switch (-10dB / +4dB). And it has 3 outputs; simulation dedicated STEREO OUTPUT and DI OUT, and a bypass "THRU" output.