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Deplike Guitar FX & Amps Mobile App

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Deplike is an amp and effects modeling mobile app developed by Deplike Ltd.[1]. and released in 2014. Among Deplike’s counterpart brands[2] are Tonebridge by Ultimate Guitar, Amplitube by IK Multimedia, Bias Fx2 by Positive Grid.


Deplike guitar effects & amps mobile app [3]enables users to plug their guitar into their phones or tablets using an audio interface, and utilize the virtual guitar gear modeled after popular and iconic guitar pedals and amps, and it is used by many guitar players around the world, on both iOS[4] and Android[5] devices. It provides a wide range of virtual guitar effects pedals, amps and cabinet models. Deplike also has Deplike operates with the complementary audio interfaces[6] that are suitable for mobile devices such as iRig, Behringer UCG102, Apogee Jam, Behringer UM2, TC Helicon Go Guitar Pro.

Amps and Effects Simulations[edit]
15 Amp Models[7]
Simulation Modeled After
Tangerine Rocker 100 Orange Rockverb 100
SLO 100 Soldano SLO-100
Dual Recto Mesa Boogie Rectifier
JCM800 Marshall JCM800
P-5550 Peavey P5150
JTM45 Marshall JTM45
SVT Bass Ampeg SVT
Wapi -
BassBoy Fender Bassman
Fox AC30 VOX ACA30
Acoustic Amp -
Deluxe Fender Deluxe
Crafter -
DST ENGL Invader
20 Guitar Effects Pedals[8]
Simulation Modeled after
OD-3 Boss OD-3
OD-808 Ibanez TS-808
MetalHead Distortion -
Dr. Muff Fuzz EHX Big Muff
1176 Compressor pedal -
Noise Gate pedal -
Sustainer pedal -
Tremolo pedal -
Chorus pedal -
Autowah pedal -
Flanger Mooer EVH
Phaser pedal Boss Phase Shifter PH-3
Pitch Shifter pedal -
Octave pedal -
Delay pedal -
Tape Delay pedal T-Rex Replicator
Reverb pedal -
Roads Reverb pedal -
EQ pedal -
Looper pedal -


Deplike Ltd. was founded in 2014 in Ankara, Turkey. Later, the company moved its headquarters to London, UK[9]. Deplike app was first released under the name Andrig and was developed to operate only on Android devices. Later, the iOS version was released, and the name was changed to Deplike.

Nefi Audio Engine[edit]

Nefi is the audio engine research & development project, which is also developed by Deplike Ltd, constitutes the audio engine of Deplike guitar amp and effects modeling mobile app[10]. It is originally developed to compensate for the weakness of audio algorithms in Google services including the Android OS. Nefi audio engine was implemented inside the Deplike app to optimize real time signal processing on Android devices. The inherent latency problem on Android devices is persistent even when complemented with USB audio interfaces. Nefi engine provides a walkaround solution for the latency problem on Android devices.


  1. "Deplike Website". Retrieved 25 November 2021.
  2. "Six best guitar tone apps". Retrieved 25 December 2020.
  3. "Deplike Guitar Amps & FX Pedals - App/software demo" – via
  4. "Deplike FX iOS". Deplike on AppStore.
  5. "Deplike FX on Android". Deplike on Google Play Store.
  6. "Audio interfaces to connect guitar to mobile devices". Audio Interfaces for mobile.
  7. "Best guitar amps".
  8. "Best effect pedals".
  9. "Deplike LinkedIn".
  10. "NefiAudio - Low Latency Audio Engine for your Android applications".

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