Featuring a finely-tuned quad-core processor and powered by exclusive Eleven® HD Expanded™ DSP software, the HeadRush Gigboard® delivers the most versatile, realistic-sounding and responsive amplifier, cabinet, microphone and FX models ever found in a compact, road-ready floorboard guitar FX processor. The 7-inch touch display enables you to touch, swipe and drag-and-drop to instantly create and edit your rigs in an unprecedentedly realistic and intuitive way.
7-inch Touch Display
The heart of the HeadRush Gigboard is the 7-inch touch display (Exclusive Patent Pending Technology) and a guitarist-centric, ultra-intuitive user interface – literally touch, swipe and drag-and-drop to instantly create and edit rigs with amazing speed and accuracy.
The large display also gives clear feedback when performing live, especially when tweaking tones using the footswitches in 'Hands-Free Mode'. Everything about the HeadRush Gigboard is designed to make it simple, fast and intuitive to jump right in and create amazing sounding rigs in seconds.
All the connections you need
The HeadRush Gigboard assimilates seamlessly into your current rig with all the connections you need to handle any performance situation. Combining a ¼-inch guitar input, (2) ¼-inch TRS outputs switchable between amp or line level, a ¼-inch output for headphones, 5-Pin MIDI in/out, plus an onboard ¼-inch mono FX loop to integrate pedals and outboard gear at any point in the signal chain. The HeadRush Gigboard also features a pair of ¼-inch inputs to connect an external expression pedal, and a ¼-inch external amp output that can be used to change between clean and dirty channels or toggle other settings your amplifier. The HeadRush Gigboard unites your existing equipment while opening up a world of new sonic possibilities.
The Headrush Gigboard’s USB port functions as a USB audio interface that records and re-amps at stunning 24-bit 96kHz quality, it also works to provide a simple drag-and-drop way to load and back up rigs and other files to and from your computer. Guitarists can further expand their available guitar cabinet sounds by loading custom/3rd-party impulse response files.