db Audioware Flying Haggis review

iPad amp fun or guitarists

  • £4.99
Flying Haggis offers a simple setup and a colourful interface

MusicRadar Verdict

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

Pros

  • +

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

Cons

  • -

    Only one amp choice.

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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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