Trident by ToneJunkie (Kemper profiles demo)

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It’s not every day ToneJunkie releases a pack based on a Mesa Boogie amp, but this is it! The Trident Kemper profile pack recreates the sound from a Mesa Boogie Stiletto Trident and in ToneJunkies own words – “If you are a fan of British EL34 amps but enjoy want a less vintage and more hi fi flavor and tightness…this pack is right for you!!!”

The pack contains 18 studio and 11 direct profiles, not the largest pack but sometimes that is good thing, you know… decreases the risk of decision agony! The profile pack has good variety but don’t expect any metal style tones out of the box. The original amp is said bring both Marshall and Mesa tones and that is pretty much how I experienced these profiles.

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Equipment used:
G&L ASAT Z-3 (Z-coils)
Gibson Les Paul Standard ’76
Tone City DP Durple
Tone City Wild Fro
Kemper Profiling Amp

The Trident @ ToneJunkie’s store

Mesa Boogie Stiletto Series

Mesa Boogie Stiletto review @ Musicradar

Kemper Profling Amp

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JCM800 2203 1995 Ltd Red by Katzbach (Kemper profiles demo)

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Someone mentioned Katzbach as the no 1 Marshall profiler and of course I had to check them out! So this is the first time Katzbach is featured at Have Guitar and let’s start it off with the JCM800 2203 1995 Lrd Red-pack!

So this is a limited edition of a Marshall JCM800 2203 – there were 200 of them made and the color of choise is red, just as the name suggests! EL34 tubes and 100 watt… that is the info I have and it seems like a good Marshall tone right there. However, note that the profiles are kind of meek in this pack, you will not get a fist full of Marshall energy from this pack. But of course if you want that kind of tone maybe you should look for another pack…

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Equipment used:
Gibson SG Gary Clark Jr Signature (P90ST, P90SM, P90SR)
FGN Odyssey Boundary (FGN Humbucker & singel-coils)
Tone City Wild Fro
Tone City DP Durple
Kemper Profiling Amp

JCM800 2203 1995 Ltd Red @ Katzbach

Kemper Profling Amp

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DP Durple by Tone City (pedal review – demo – showcase)

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Here’s a new guitar overdrive pedal from Tone City – DP Durple! So it is not a signature pedal but it’s collaboratively designed by Tone City and “Danish Pete” from Andertons. The DP Durple is based on Tone City Mandragora OD but modified to suit Danish Pete’s tonal taste.

So the Tone City Mandragora is based on the Kalamazoo Love Drive and the DP Durple is as said based on the Mandragora, with some modifications. The Mandragora’s ‘Pre’ (presence) has been replaced by a ‘Mid’ control that let’s you cut or boost the amount of mid-range. The ‘Tone’ control has been adjusted to be less bright, offering a more moderate amount of treble so it’s not too shrill at the higher settings.

Otherwise it’s a small but sturdy analogue pedal; metal casing and true bypass. The dimensions are 4.2 x 5.2 x 9.3 cm and it needs a 9VDC power supply, no battery compartment. The controls are gain, volume, mid and tone.

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Equipment used:
Tone City DP Durple
Fender American Standard Stratocaster (Shawbucker/Custom 50’s)
Gibson Explorer Tribute/B2 2019 (Dirty Fingers+)
Kemper Profiling Amp

Tone City pedals @ Andertons

(I list Andertons due to the fact that the Tone City Audio webpage has been in maintenance mode for a long while now…)

ToneJunkie webstore

ReampZone webstore

Kemper Profling Amp

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