db Audioware Flying Haggis review

  • £4.99

iPad amp fun or guitarists

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Our Verdict

There might only be one amp, but it's capable of a wide range of sounds.

For

  • Nice range of tones available. Choice of mic'ing options. Colourful, simple display.

Against

  • Only one amp choice.
Buying options

It has been around on desktop systems for some time, but db Audioware's Flying Haggis is now available for iOS.

"A bunch of well thought-out presets give you access to a range of amp and effects tones"

What you get is a colourful but simple interface that offers a single amp with drive, distort and compress knobs and three-band EQ.

This feeds a choice of six cabinets with various mic'ing options and reverb. You also get six stompboxes - noise gate, auto wah, phaser, tremolo, echo and chorus - and a bunch of well thought-out presets give you access to a range of amp and effects tones.

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Tech Specs

DescriptionAmp simulation and effects app
Additional RequirementsRequires iOS 7.0 or later
Country of OriginUK
PlatformiOS
FeaturesAudiobus, IAA