Time to demo another fine Kemper profile pack from Live Ready Sound – PV Block Mod+. These profiles recreates the sound of a Peavey 6505+, modded to 5150 Block letter specs with some additional options including a variable negative feedback mod and the ability to run both 6L6 and EL34 power tubes.
So far this pack is all about gain with all of its 93 studio profiles but knowing Live Ready Sound I’m pretty this will expand in coming updates, free of charge if you buy the pack! I had great fun trying out this pack and I hope that shines through in the video.
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Time to review another pack from ReampZone – Bogner Alchemist! Profiled in any way possible with different channels, mic’s and cabs – this pack offers a lot of tonal variety for your pleasure! Described by ReampZone as real rock amp with fantastic cleans, smooth crunch and a great high gain sound puts it right up where it belongs!
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I was blown away by the profiles in Peter’s Crazy Profiles Mega Pack that were boosted by fuzz pedals. Blown away!! I know fuzz isn’t for everyone and sometimes it’s not even for me… but I found these profiles really inspiring and fun to just noodle around with. And isn’t that just what life should about – having fun! (I won’t put a questionmark after that,,,)
So, the pedals used in these profiles are Grim Face Fuzz, Klirrton Lichtbringer, EHX Big Muff, EHX Big Muff DeLuxe, Tubescreamer and TS808. In different combinations and with different amps, some with effects added but I have changed some of them in the video as well.
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Time to feature a new profiler so here is the PVY 6505 Plus Kemper profile pack from Contryside Profiles! These profiles recreates the sound from a Peavey 6505+ combo and we’re talking heavy gain stuff here…
All the profiles in this pack are direct profiles but they come loaded with a cab (ORNG 412 IR which presumably is an Orange 4×12 cab). Some nice pedals have been used for some of the profiles as well: Fort 33, Fort Blade, Hrzn Devices P-Drive and TS808.
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Time for a demo of Mattfig’s latest Kemper profile pack – Slodano! These profiles recreates the sound from a 2020 SLO30 amplifier, the pack comes with 72 studio and direct profiles. As always it’s a mix going from clean to high gain and some are boosted with KHDK Ghoul Screamer TS Boost. Right now as I write this you can get the pack for half the price, see more in the link to Mattfig’s webshop below.
Key to the profile names:
412#1 is a SLO 412 with V30s.
412#2 is an Orange 412 with Heritage speakers.
412 Mix#1 is 3 1971 Marshall 412s with Greenbacks and V30s.
412 Mix#2 is a Marshall, SLO, and Orange 412.
212 is Mesa with Celestion EVH and V30.
212Mix is Bogner OS 212 and Mesa 212.
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Here we go again with more profiles recreating the sound of a Friedman BE 100 – it’s the BE Evolved from Live Ready Sound! And it not your standard BE 100 either, it’s a modded according to the info on Live Ready Sounds webpage: “This head was custom modded to have a Depth dial with a 3 way frequency selection, variable negative feed back dial and a gain stage mod to give more clarity and a little less compression to the gain.”
A little extra you could say! A plethora of cabs and mic’s have been used to capture this unique amplifier, you better see the info, again of course on Live Ready Sounds webpage – link provided further down!
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Is it a bird? Or a plane?! No, it’s Mattfigs new Kemper profile pack – the JTM45! Based on a classic Marshall amplifier model this is bound to give you a genuine Marshall sound. The first iteration of the Marshall came out in 1963 (according to Wikipedia, Marshall claims 1962!), more or less copying the Fender Bassman. Now that is a cool amp but Marshall is Marshall, like it or hate it!
You will find a good variation in this profile pack, if I should give you my personal recommendation it is to try raising the Clarity (amp)parameter. That is not exclusive for these profiles – many times when I feel I am a bit disatisfied with a profile, if the Clarity parameter is set to zero; boosting it gives a good return in many cases.
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With that name it might not be totally obvious that this profile pack recreates the sound from a PRS Archon 100 for your Kemper Profiling Amp. Or maybe it’s just me being silly… anyways, this Have Guitar’s demo of this fine pack from Deadlight Studio!
So this Kemper profile pack isn’t that biggest but that doesn’t necessary mean a bad thing, you still get a nice round-up of sounds – from clean to dripping gain. 20 Merged profiles, according to Deadlight Studio a “pretty dark amp” but I don’t know if I would say that about the profiles. (Hint: I wouldn’t say that about these profiles!) More information in the video and of course in the link to Deadlight Studio provided below.
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So, here it is – ToneJunies “mystery amp” – a Marshall Purple Plexi from 1968! Those plexi’s are rare and costly… I have seen prices starting at around 6000 USD and going up to 25K!!! So, I don’t know what ToneJunkie paid but I suppose they had to shell out an impressive amount of green ones to aquire this one!
This is also (as far as I know) the largest pack from ToneJunkie with over 100 Kemper profiles included in the pack, both studio and directs. From clean to hard driven, all very organic in sound and a dynamic feeling provided through careful profiling.
The amp is profiled with different signal chains comprised of 1966, 1968, and 1969 Celestion Speaker models and vintage Amprex, Tungram, Mullard Tubes. If it’s plexi you need it is plexi you get with this awesome profile pack! To spice things up I have used ToneCity’s pedals Sweet Cream and Wild Fire to add some extra energy here and there.
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Here’s a nice pack from ToneJunkie – the 65 Twin Verb Kemper profile pack! The pack recreates the sound from a Fender 1965 Twin Reverb, known for its huge, full, warm and bright cleans. You get 40 Studio and 17 Direct profiles for your Kemper in this pack.
As always ToneJunkie provides dynamic and varied profiles and this pack makes no difference in that. Just don’t expect any high gain bonanza because that is just not what ToneJunkie is about!
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