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Digital Guitar Interfaces & AmpKit

AmpKit works with virtually all iOS-compatible digital guitar interfaces, that connect to the 30-pin or Lightning ports of your device.

AmpKit LiNK HD

AmpKit LiNK HD is a pure digital guitar interface that connects to the 30-pin or Lightning port (using Apple's Lightning to 30-pin Adapter) on your iOS device.


  • Input and output: LiNK HD not only provides guitar input, but also separate headphone and line out jacks. Ideal for live shows and recording.
  • Charge while you play: With the optional AC adapter, you can charge your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch while you play—a must for gigging.
  • Control at your fingertips: LiNK HD includes control knobs for guitar input level and headphone output level. No need to launch an app to adjust levels.
  • Rugged: Sturdy jacks, robust cable connectors, rubberized non-slip coating.
  • Stays connected: LiNK HD cables use locking connectors where possible to minimize accidental disconnection.
  • Mac compatible: Includes both iOS and Mac cables in the box.

Where to Buy

Most major music retailers carry AmpKit LiNK HD, so we recommend checking their websites. Or visit Peavey's AmpKit LiNK / LiNK HD page to find a dealer worldwide. You can also order one on Amazon


LiNK HD is compatible with all newer iOS devices including iPad, iPad 2, iPad (3rd generation), iPad (4th generation), iPad Air, iPad mini, iPad mini Retina, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPhone 5S and iPod touch (4th and 5th generation).

LiNK HD in Action

Agile used LiNK HD exclusively at NAMM 2013, with great results. Our NAMM audio setup: a preview version of AmpKit 1.6 with stereo support running on iPad 4, iPad mini, MacBook Air, and iMac, connected to AmpKit LiNK HD, then via LiNK HD's Line Out jack stereo into a 10-channel Peavey mixer, and finally on to a pair of 1200W Peavey Impulse 12D powered enclosures with amazing-sounding ribbon drivers. We had LiNK HD's AC power adapter connected, so the iPads stayed charged all through the long NAMM show days.

Here's Alex Skolnick showing off AmpKit and LiNK HD in stereo: