AmpKit - Guitar amps & pedals

AmpKit - Guitar amps & pedals

By Agile Partners

  • Category: Music
  • Release Date: 2010-08-24
  • Current Version: 2.3
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 212.96 MB
  • Developer: Agile Partners
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
Score: 3.5
From 1,374 Ratings


AmpKit transforms your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch into a powerful guitar amp & effects studio! Includes 30 guitar amps, 30 pedals, 25 cabinets and 8 mics, based on real-world products. SAVE UP TO 60% with new Unlock all bundles! "I found AmpKit+, the full version of the app, the easiest, most versatile and the best value, especially on an iPad." - New York Times "AmpKit is the star of the show... extremely intuitive user interface, plenty of amps and pedals, great sound." - WIRED FEATURES: • Sophisticated recording capabilities with mixing and non-destructive re-amping • Upload sessions to Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive and others • Records sharing via SoundCloud, AirDrop, Copy-Paste, iMessage and email • Ultra-low latency, virtually undetectable • FREE Tuner and Metronome featuring technology used in GuitarToolkit • Works with virtually all headset and dock guitar interfaces COMPATIBLE DEVICE: • Ampkit, Ampkit HD (available on • Apogee JAM, Line 6 Mobile In, Line 6 SonicPort, iRiffPort, Alesis IO Dock • iRig, iRig HD



  • Use to be great, until it became useless...

    By BigByrd317
    This app now is garbage. I purchased the unlock all to get full access to all amps and pedals back in 2016, and now that I’ve upgraded iPhones and iPads, there is no way to restore my purchase. All of my previous recordings are there, but none of my amps. My custom pedals are useless. Great job on app support as well by not returning emails. Also there is no number to call.
  • AmpKit is alive

    By Guitar8
    AmpKit is alive in the app Tonebridge. The people who own Tonebridge bought AmpKit. It looks like they have decided to discontinue having AmpKit evolve which is a shame
  • The update fixed it late 2017 !!!

    By SnoopyinOhio
    I've had this app for a while. I paid for the whole package, all was well for a year, then they had a problem, and then they fixed it. I use this on a regular basis. I would say for home use this is PERFECT ! I use it all the time with an iPad or iPhone. I love the variety and the sounds are really good. A lot of warmth , good echo, delay etc. I love the app but the quality of your interface (the thing between your phone and your guitar ) help make it sound even better. Buy the whole kit for about 40 bucks and you get everything. And there’s a ton of stuff. Used peavey interfaces are about 20 bucks and about 60 for an HD model. Great app. Glad they fixed it
  • Doesn’t work correctly

    By pb1298
    The app runs and it can output sound but it does not work when trying to play my instrument. Using iPhone 8 and ios12
  • don’t even try

    By DeepestShadeOfJaded
    Not what it used to be, it was a great way of getting a tone and I have even used it for recordings which made it a great and simple method and now the tones are all doo doo and worthlesss
  • Must Have

    By ElCaminoGuy
    I can’t play real amplifiers anymore. This app has saved me 1000s of dollars in amp swapping. Thanks!
  • Good to learn

    By SchochJohn
    Not the best app, but GarageBand is actually way worse than this, not that I’m calling this app bad, because I like this app to play in quiet times... I’d rather play than not have anything at all.. this app is pretty good have had had it for about a year I like it
  • I got screwed

    By ACH65
    I bought everything they had 2 years ago. Now I can’t download my app with a any of the extras I bought.
  • Great!

    By Fgyjgfdhccfv
    I still have all the packs!
  • The most underrated amp sim on iOS, probably the best too...

    By JRSIV1975
    I have purchased all of the major iPad amp apps with full upgrades, getting all in app purchases. These include: Amplitube gets a lot of attention online because of the name brand amp models but it sounds very thin and noisy, taking a long time editing and trial & error to get some decent tones. JamUpPro/BIAS is better but the expansions are pricey and the higher gain amps and some clean tones are still noisy. Yanoc's ToneStack is like AmpKit, very underrated, sounds are quite good but the layout is a bit difficult to use quickly. Now Ampkit, Peavey & Agiles app, is the most like playing with an amp, and the sounds are really good. The clean tones have nice sheen and tube sag when you dig in, the dirty tones are very tube like and even the high gain models (the usual shortcoming of amp emulators) aren't too noisy or fizzy to use. My favs are the Bassman model, the Vox AC30 model that breaks up nice with volume control roll up and lastly the HiWatt amp is sweet, using a Strat and neck pickup position produced some excellent lead tones straight from Cream era Clapton's playbook. Very nice job by the developers and worth every cent to upgrade to get everything, the stomp models are excellent too. UPDATE AFTER V. 2.3: It appears Agiles licensing term with Peavey has expired, leading to the Peavey amps being renamed, but that in no way compromises the sound quality of this app. 2 years later and it’s still a favorite of mine. True, some apps do certain sounds & amp emulations better, but AmpKit does something’s better than those apps. With the cost of the Everything Bundle not coming close to half of what a decent overdrive pedal costs, this app is a bargain & should be owned by every guitarist who uses an iPad.