Test / Review: Epiphone Thunderbird Classic IV Pro

Have Guitar presents a rumbling review of the Epiphone Thunderbird Classic IV pro base! It’s rolling, it’s discharging – it’s a great instrument!

Watch this review for sound examples and my opinion of the Epihone Thunderbird – the instrument that changed my view on Epiphone as a brand.

Epiphone webpage

Live Ready Profiles Traced Bass ELL Starter pack

Guidorist Aswete

Kemper amps

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Guitars used in this video:
Epiphone Thunderbird Classic IV Pro

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Unboxing… something for a Telecaster

Yet another unboxing video! It’s not something big and I won’t reveal here exactly what it is… I mean, the point of an unboxing video is the excitement of seeing what in the box (or bag in this case), right? All I’ll state here is that it’s something for a Telecaster and I bought it from Wish. Now go. Watch. The video.

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Recorded with a Sony FDR-AX100 in HD.

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Kemper Rig Showcase: Guidorists Me Boo One Refire

Bonus sunday! This Kemper Rig showcase has been waiting as a backup video since the end of may… I just decided to publish it now, and I hope you’ll like it! ! !

Have Guitar produly presents a Kemper rig showcase for Guidorists Kemper profile pack Me Boo One Refire! This KPA profile pack is based on a Mesa Boogie Single Rectifier Solo Head 50 and packs a punch that’ll hit you right where it feels the most… in a good way.

The profile pack contains 10 profiles of pure rectified playability, these profiles are fat with seriously great tones and sustain as I will try to demonstrate in this rig showcase.

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Guitars used in this video:
ESP Phoenix II (Seymour Duncan JB / ’59)
Fender American Standard Stratocaster (Shawbucker and Custom 50’s singlecoils)

Guidorists Me Boo One Refire

Mesa Boogie Single Rectifier Solo Head 50

Kemper Amps

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Guitar Backing Track #8 in B – Slow Blues 80 BPM

Have Guitar is happy to give you another backing track for guitar solo practise. This one is clearly inspired by Led Zeppelin but not a straight off clone. It’s slow moving in 80 BPM, kinda heavy and veeeery groovy, baby. Did I mention its blues? No? Well it is but not trad blues.

All guitars & base played by Magnus Cassersjö. Addictive Drums 2 arranged by Magnus Cassersjö. Keyboard by Christer Sundh. Recorded and mixed in Reaper.

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This backing track is available with or without commentary, see the videos linked below the text.

ReampZones Marshall 2555 Silver Jubilee (used in the example solo)

Pete’s Profiles (the guitar in the track is played with a univibe profile)

Live Ready Sounds (Base sound comes from their Traced Bass pack)

XLN Audio (Addictive Drums 2)

Kemper official website

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Video tip: Billy Gibbons meets Les Paul

Well, I thought this is a video too cool not to share! Billy Gibbons is one of my favourite guitarists, especially on those classic ZZ Top albums from the 70’s. And Les Paul, well he is a legend. If you haven’t read about Les Paul you should, he was a genius. Would have loved seeing Billy rip it up with some classic ZZ Top tune but it’s still something worth seeing…

Les Paul on Wikipedia

Kemper Rig Showcase: ReampZones HH Electronics V-S Musician

Have Guitar proudly presents a blast from the past – it’s ReampZones new profile pack: HH Electronics V-S Musician! Is this the only commercial profile pack of this amp? Might very well be. Might be described as ahead of its time with circuits that emulates valves, while the amp in fact is a solid state of 100 watts.

HH Electronics was founded in 1968, manufacturing a range of solid state amplifiers. They were bought out by Laney amplification in the 90’s but somehow the company still resides in the West Midlands today. See the links below.

This is pack is not for the high gain lovers but don’t fret, there are some nice tones to be found here despite the “missing valve”-factor. As the profiles comes unboosted I will boost them myself with the Suhr Riot distortion and the MXR Zakk Wylde Berzerker overdrive pedals.

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Guitars used in this video:
ESP Phoenix II (Seymour Duncan JB/’59)
Fender American Standard Stratocaster (Shawbucker/Custom 50’s)
Gibson SG Standard 2016 High Performance (490R/498T)

ReampZones HH Electronics V-S Musician pack

HH Electronics on Wikipedia

HH Electronics

Kemper official website

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Kemper Rig Showcase: BM Profiles F-Man Pack

Have Guitar presents a new Kemper Rig Showcase – BM Profiles F-man pack! It’s 89 profiles taken from a Friedman BE-100 amplifier, a highly sought after exclusive amp!

Loads of profiles to try out and this pack offers great variety in sounds, from lovely cleans to higain fun-o-rama! Let Have Guitar! give you a run through of some of these profiles with sound examples recorded lined in, just as you will get hear it if you purchase this fantastic profile pack for your Kemper!

Index:
02:21 – Clean profiles
05:44 – Crunch/Dist profiles
08:44 – Backing Track 1
10:12 – Side By Side comparasion
13:35 – Saturation profiles
14:30 – Backing Track 2
16:42 – C45 (HiGain) profiles & Backing track 3
20:34 – End words…

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Guitars used in this video:
Fender American Standard Stratocaster (Shawbucker/Custom 50’s)
ESP Phoenix II (Seymour Duncan JB/’59)
Gibson SG Standard 2016 High Performance (490R/498T)

BM Kemper profiles

Friedman amplifiers

Kemper official website

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Reaper: Route Addictive Drums 2 to audio tracks

Here’s a short but useful how-to-video for Reaper. This video will show you how to route the drum channels in XLN Audios Addictive Drums 2 to audio channels in Reaper.

Why would you like to do that?! Well, Addictive Drums 2 have some nice effects built in… but what if you want add your favourite compressor to the bass drum? Or if the overhead need some lovin from your prefered EQ? You don’t have to export the drums and import them as audio tracks – instead you can just add the effects to the routed audio tracks directly – that’s why!

This is Have Guitars first “Reaper video” and hopefully there will be more. The version of Reaper in this video is v5.40. I’ll need to find a way record video from the screen rather than just using stills, in this video I tried Flashback Pro 5 but it would not record the audio. Working on that.

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Reaper download

XLN Audio

How to use separate outputs with Addictive Drums 2

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