Native Instruments Guitar Rig 5 Pro

Native Instruments Guitar Rig 5 Pro

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Guitar Rig 5 Pro, アンプシミュレーター from Native Instruments in the Guitar Rig series.

3 user reviews
public price: ¥179 VAT incl.
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Native Instruments Guitar Rig 5 Pro tech. sheet

  • Fabricant : Native Instruments
  • Modèle : Guitar Rig 5 Pro
  • Série : Guitar Rig
  • Catégorie : アンプシミュレーター
  • Fiche créée le : 08/02/2011

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Azuma のレビュー (content in English)

Native Instruments Guitar Rig 5 Pro
The program works on any platform either Windows XP, Windows Seven or MAC OS , so compatibility issues isn't a real problem.

The manual included with the program is great , Native Instruments made a great book explaining the main functions and their use with the product.

The general configuration and setup is simple , I haven't had any problems with it , and it took me about 3 minutes to get it done.

The typical functions are easy to spot trough a great designed window that has a lot of presets on it.


The software works good in this configuration , everything is well settled without any type of misunderstandings.

The gear and software is very stable and works quite smooth and great.

I'm getting very good performances in emulating a nice electric or bass guitar that isn't very far away from recording a live one.

I've been using Guitar Rig from Native Instruments for about one year.


What I like most about it are the build in presets where you can choose from a certain style a different type of emulation directly linked to your music or your intentions.

I do like as well how big and powerful this amp is , you can get a very distinct and powerful type of sound , which is found only in some great amp out there.

The design and the low cpu resources needed to run this program is another factor which makes this product even better.

My opinion about value of price is great , this product is probably the most powerful and pro digital amp in the music world , so don't hesitate , this is the right deal if you're searching for something like that.

Precision and quality of the sound is 10/10 , without a doubt , very good program.

Knowing what I know , I would get this program right away.
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tarrtime のレビュー (content in English)"GR5 = Total Effects Suite"

Native Instruments Guitar Rig 5 Pro
I am an owner of Komplete 8 Ultimate from Native Instruments. The first product I bought from Native Instruments was Guitar Rig 3. After several software upgrades, Guitar Rig 5 is no longer just for amp sim, it is designed to be a total effects suite including reverbs, console EQs, hardware compressors, etc. If you don't own K8U, then Guitar Rig can be expanded by purchasing more products from NI.
The software can be downloaded directly from the NI website and is authorized using the NI Service Center application.


If you are interested in Guitar Rig for its amp simulation, there are some great things about it compared with other options (Pod Farm, Amplitube, TH2, Eleven, etc). I really like the new cabinets in GR5, which are a huge improvement from GR4. The amp selection is decent, but I find I like some of the quintessential amp models in other software better (JCM800, Plexi, Twin, Bassman). I think the AC30 model is really good in GR5 compared to other software. I can't compare to owning the real amp, but I like it better than most other amp sim models I have heard. The Ultrasonic amp is unique to GR5 and is great for a full range of guitar tones - from clean to heavy, and most importantly in the slightly overdriven range.
The big advantage of GR5 over other amp sim software is the quality of post-processing effects. NI and Softube paired up to model some great compressors, 1176, LA-2A, DBX-160. There are also models of a bunch of SSL stuff including EQs, and compressors. Nothing comparable to this really exists in software like Amplitube.
Guitar Rig 5 also has extremely flexible routing compared to other software. This opens up the possibility for some really unusual and creative processing.


Analog modeling has come a long way. With each version of Guitar Rig, Native Instruments has taken one step closer to getting a computer to sound like analog hardware. Although modeling may not sound exactly like the real thing, software also has some inherent advantages over hardware. With GR5, your processing options are mostly limited by how fast your computer can run, and not whether you can afford a JCM800, and a Plexi, and a 1176, and a SSL mix-bus compressor, and a hundred effects pedals. Software opens up a whole new world for the modern musician to be creative. GR5 is more than just amp simulation, it is a total effects suite. Another good thing is that NI has recently started releasing some of the effects from GR5 as individual plug-ins. For a while I neglected opening up GR5 if I wanted a LA-2A compressor, because I could just open up Waves CLA-2A. Now that I have the NI/Softube model as an individual plug-in, I was open it instead of the Waves plug-in because it has nice features like parallel compression built right in.
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James... のレビュー (content in English)"Another letdown"

Native Instruments Guitar Rig 5 Pro
Let me start by saying I have tried literally every guitar amp sim out there. I have a lot of tube amps and being a studio engineer I really wish I could sell some of them. So my search for the perfect amp sim has gone on for a while. I have been using Guitar Rig since version 3 and with every version I have hoped that it would get better. So far it's definitely been in the good but not great camp.

Install is quick. Sometimes it can have issues with audio compatibility and crashing. All I can say about that happens. It's not a deal breaker or anything. But NI needs to work on this particular program's stability. It's only gotten worse over the years unfortunately. GR5 crashed ALL the time.


I use it with a variety of instrument preamps going through firewire. Usually I bring it up in Cubase. It doesn't get used very often because frankly I don't think it sounds quite good enough for my tracks. Well sometimes it does, but rarely. It performs with a reasonably low amount of hiccups. My CPU runs it easily.


Here's the deal with GR5. It gets a few things right. The interface is by far my favorite of any soft based amp sim. Everything is very interactive and visual. The audio and control layout is made up so that you can navigate everything very quickly and get things done a lot quicker than most other amp sims where a lot of simple tasks end up taking a while. Guitar rig has always done a good job of making you feel like all the gear was right in front of you. So that's great.

The sound quality is another story. The effects are generally pretty good. Some of the more analog ones fall a bit short but the overdrives/reverbs/mods effects are mostly spot on. I would know because I have used most of the "real life" gear. Most of the effects are at least usable and some of them get even higher marks. Only a handful are just utterly bad. But there's so's a non issue.

The cab sims are great too. They tend to be pretty accurate most of the time. Mic placement options are good. Just like in real life, you have to play with placement and stuff. So it's fair.

Now the amps...this is where Guitar Rig has fallen short for me. SOME of them are pretty spot on. The AC30, Fenders, and the rectifier are pretty darn close. The rest are garbage. The Uberschall sounds nothing like my uberschall. The marshalls are a gritty mess. They sound flubby and harsh all at the same time. The Orange and Hiwatt sims sound vaguely like their counterparts but are mostly just bad. It's very difficult to get good sounds out of any of them and I have spent 30 minutes on amp settings just fighting to get a tone that isn't awful.

If only the amps were good, this would be a pretty solid soft sim. Unfortunately the most important element at work is a miss. So I can't give a good rating. To be fair, almost all the soft synths I've tried have been pretty bad. The only good amp sim I've played is the axe-fx which of course isn't software. Sorry guys. Maybe next time.

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