Crunck – Freeware Guitar Amp VST By Igor Nembrini

Crunck by Igor Nembrini.

Crunck by Igor Nembrini.

Igor Nembrini has released Crunck, a freeware Marshall JCM 2210 guitar amp emulation in VST plugin format for Windows.

Crunck is a virtual guitar amplifier,is inspired of my Marshall JCM 2210. This software is freely available For the moment is available only for Windows VST format.

Crunck is available for free download via Igor Nembrini’s website.

Audio Demo

Check out the Crunck audio demo:

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Main features of Cruck VST:

  • Multi-stage distortion
  • Two stages of output EQ tone stack
  • 8 x oversampling
  • Should run in most 32-bit DAW hosts as well (support for v2.4 VSTs required)


Download Crunck: click here
Igor Nembrini’s Website: click here

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  1. Very dynamic sound listening to the demo.
    This is the first thing i always listen to when i try some virtual hardware/software guitar effect/amp ;)

    And the reason why i prefer new LePou amps (LE456,Legion…) over most commercial solutions for amps.

    Will test it soon, but i already got a good feeling :D

    • bedroom producers blog on

      cheers for the comment! haven’t had the chance to test Crunck yet, but i’m also a big fan of LePou’s amps. have you tried Scuffham Amps VST? it’s a commercial plugin, but it sounds very, very good. i’ll soonpoblish a review of it on BPB.

      • I find Scuffham better for clean to crunch than crunch to high gain.

        But they are very good for clean/crunch dynamic playing ;)

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