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GuitarPort XT is much more than a superb front end for your recording applications—jam along to your favorite songs, build up your chops, improve your soloing skills or just jam for fun.

Now available for Mac® OS X, GuitarPort XT introduces powerful GearBox™ software to GuitarPort. GearBox delivers 18 first-class vintage and modern guitar amp and cab models, over 20 stunning stompboxes and studio effects, and tons more.

Some new tones we’re super excited about:

New amp models based on*:
Marshall® 1974X (18W Reissue)
Orange® AD30TC 

New effects models based on*:
Sans Amp Bass Driver
Maestro® Bass Brassmaster
Arbiter® Cry Baby
Sub Octaves (synth effect)

Just connect the shiny red GuitarPort XT to your Windows® or Mac® machine with the included USB cable and connect the stereo output on GuitarPort XT to your computer speakers, headphones or stereo. Fire-up GuitarPort software, plug in your guitar and you're ready to go!

With GuitarPort XT you get:

    • 18 amp and cabinet models based on brilliant tones from POD® xt

    • Over 20 stunning stompbox and studio effects

    • Effects can be routed Pre- or Post- Amp

    • MP3, WAV and Audio CD playback

    • Loop and play half-speed without changing pitch

    • 24-bit converters & 32-bit processing

    • Line level and headphone outputs

    • Ideal guitar front end for other recording applications

    • Metronome for practicing

    • Built-in chromatic tuner

    • Includes preset tone library

    • Macintosh® support! GuitarPort hardware supports Windows® and OS X – even the Intel® based Mac®

    • GearBox 2.0 will be a FREE download for all current GuitarPort owners

    • Bass Expansion Model Pack support


* All product names used in this webpage are trademarks of their respective owners, which are in no way associated or affiliated with Line 6. These trademarks of other manufacturers are used solely to identify the products of those manufacturers whose tones and sounds were studied during Line 6’s sound model development.