AmpliTube iRig through a Jambox demo

AmpliTube iRig through a Jambox demo – a great, compact and portable rig for vacations, business trips and parties, etc.

For quite a while, I’ve had the AmpliTube app on my iPhone, but had rarely used it because I wasn’t a big fan of using ear-phones. Too hard on the ears because I have a tendency (who doesn’t) to play a little louder because there is nothing like the sound of speakers moving air, a lot of air…
 
Note: As of July 23rd, 2014, tab is no longer free.

It’s $2 for a link to my google-drive folder for all the tab I’ve written, including this one, Hotel California, La Grange, Tush, My Head’s In Mississippi, Free Bird, Layla unplugged, Jessica, Blue Sky, One Way Out, Landslide, Driving South, Mississippi Queen, Ramblin’, Heard It In A Love Song, Mary Had A Little Lamb (SRV version), Stairway to Heaven, and more. I tried letting you all have them for fifty-cents, but after PayPal fees, I receive only eighteen-cents, so it isn’t worth my time to do them individually.

You have several choices, use the PayPal donate button, or download one of my songs from iTunes, CD Baby, or Bandcamp.

If you use the PayPal donate button for $2 (or more if so inclined – thanks for the support), I will get a receipt telling me you purchased, just send an email to me at guitarlicksandtabs@gmail.com letting me know which email address to send the link to. I will usually respond within hours, but it could be a day if I’m out.

To get the tab by downloading any of my songs from iTunes, cdbaby or from bandcamp, use one of the links below, then send proof of your purchase to me at: guitarlicksandtabs@gmail.com, and I will provide a link for you to access and download the tab you wanted.

That is a great deal for you, and if you support me by downloading one of my songs, it helps them get visibility on iTunes/CdBaby/Bandcamp. We all win.

Thank you for your support!
Rick

To buy from iTunes

To Buy from Bandcamp

To Buy from CD Baby


 

The app comes with, or has available for separate purchase, most any kind of pedal and amp you would want to try, and they are relatively inexpensive to add..a few bucks each.

Hope you enjoyed it.


IK Multimedia AmpliTube iRig Adapter for iPod Touch, iPhone, and iPad


Jawbone JAMBOX Wireless Bluetooth Speaker – Black Diamond – Retail Packaging


Jawbone JAMBOX Wireless Bluetooth Speaker – Red Dot – Retail Packaging


Leo Nocentelli, Funk Using It & Fusing It Program

 

7 comments on “AmpliTube iRig through a Jambox demo

  1. Nice Demo Richard. I’m working out bush at the moment and luggage space is at a premium. I’ve kitted out with my son’s 1/2 sized electric and one of these devices. I’m using the ear plugs so not to upset the neighbours and its working out pretty well. (although I agree you can’t beat the surround sound so to speak.)

    • Cool. Do you get much use out of it? Until recently, I hadn’t bothered trying it out more than a couple of times. Basically had it for taking trips, but realized it has a solid variety of sounds, particularly, if I add more pedals and amps.

      Either way, thanks for stopping by and taking the time to comment.

      • its no problem…I used it just a couple of time as when i had went to a Music Conference in NYC, it was being displayed and I bought it afterwards. seems solid though. I am always jogging around the blogging community waving Hi’s to everyone. :)

  2. hi there! could you play via bluetooth with the jambox? or you have to connect jambox and irig using a cable? thanks! by the way, nice playing! SRV rules! sorry my bad English…

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