Rotary Speaker Cab Pedals with authentic sounds
The reference for Leslie simulations
Guido Kirsch, the man behind Neo Instruments, is no stranger to the scene. The founder and head honcho of access music, he teamed up with Christoph Kemper to develop VIRUS, a virtual analog synthesizer unveiled at the 1997 Musikmesse. VIRUS was an instant hit, and in just a few years it had become a studio standard. Its fat sounds,
flexibility, and intuitive handling made it a must-have tool for all music styles. In 2007, after leaving access music, Guido Kirsch needed a new launch platform for his ideas so he founded Neo Instruments. Uncompromising instruments for discerning musicians – that’s the philosophy behind Neo Instruments.