Kemper Profiling Amp – the pros and cons

Have Guitar is in the weekend party mode and presents the pros and cons of the Kemper Profiling Amp. Not sure if you gonna but one? Well, take a look at this video and it might give you some advide on the way.

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Recorded with a Sony FDR-AX100 and edited in Magix Movie Studio Platinum 14.

Kemper Rig Showcase: ReampZone’s Marshall JMP Super Lead 1976 (pre-sale preview)

Have Guitar is happy to give you a pre-view of a coming pack of Kemper profiles from ReampZone – Marshall JMP Super Lead 1976! Also known as a “Plexi” this is a really classic Marshall amplifier, played by guitar legends like Jimi Hendrix, Ace Frehley and Eddie Van Halen, just to mention a few.

Please note this IS a pre-view of the coming pack from ReampZone, some of the profiles showcased here might or might not be included in the final release but I am pretty sure the pack will contain both Direct as well as Studio profiles.

This video in Swedish (svensk version):

Guitars used:
Schecter E1 Custom Special Edition VSB
Gibson SG Standard High Performance
Fender Amercian Standard Stratocaster (Shawbucker/Custom 50’s)

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ReampZone webpage

Marshall amplifiers

Marshall JMP @ Wiki

Kemper Amps

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Boss Katana sneaky amps and the original amps

So, I got kinda curious about all those ‘sneaky amps’ that is “hidden” within the Boss Katana guitar amplifier. And for that sake, those five amp styles available from the physical knob – what are they based on? Did some searching and didn’t really find a compiled list so I created one. And once that was done, well why not publish it here – hopefully there are other Katana owners that would be interested in this. Anyways here it is:

GT-100 Name – Katana LED
FULL RANGE (Original BOSS amp) – Acoustic
JC-120 (Roland JC-120) – Clean
TWEED (Fender Bassman) – Crunch
5150 (Peavey 5150 Lead) – DRIVE Lead
SLDN (Soldano SLO-100) – Brown

The sneaky amps (GT-100 name – Original amp name)

Acoustic

Custom – Original BOSS amp

Clean

JC-120 Clean – Roland JC-120
NATURAL CLEAN – Original BOSS amp
CLEAN TWIN Clean – Fender Twin Reverb

Crunch

TWEED Crunch – Fender Bassman 4×10
COMBO CRUNCH – Original BOSS amp
STACK CRUNCH – Original BOSS amp
PRO CRUNCH – Original BOSS amp
DELUXE CRUNCH – Fender DeLuxe Reverb
VO DRIVE – Vox AC-30TB Drive sound
VO LEAD – Vox AC-30TB Lead sound
MATCH DRIVE – Matchless DC-30 left input

Lead

5150 DRIVE – Peavey EVH 5150 Lead channel
HiGAIN STACK – Original BOSS amp
XTREME LEAD – Original BOSS amp
CORE METAL – Original BOSS amp
BG LEAD – Mesa Boogie IIb combo amp lead sound
BG DRIVE – Mesa Boogie IIb with treble shift on
MS1959 I – Marshall Plexi channel I
MS1959 I+II – Marshall Plexi with channels paralleled
R-FIRE VINTAGE – Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier Ch2 Vintage mode
R-FIRE MODERN – Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier Ch2 Modern mode
T-AMP LEAD – Hughes & Kettner Triamp 3
BGNR UB – Bogner Uberschall

Brown

SLDN – Soldano SLO-100
POWER DRIVE – Original BOSS amp
ORNG RB – Orange Rockerverb

You can download a liveset from Vguitarforums to access all the sneaky amps except the “CUSTOM amp”. Just import this liveset and use/tweak the included tone settings based on those amps to your liking, then you can save it to your Katanas preset slots or your own liveset. This liveset includes all the sneaky amps and separate BRIGHT settings – a total of 30 variations.

Liveset at Vguitarforums

Another option is Gumtowns Katana FxFloorBoard editor that gives direct access to 29 amps. It also has a bunch of other nice features – follow the link to read all about it. There’s been some compability problems with the new Katana firmware updates but it works as it is for both Mac and Windows.

Gumtown’s Katana FxFloorBoard Editor

Kemper Rig Exchange Recommendations: FastRedPonyCar

It has been too long since Have Guitar did the first Rig Exchange Recommendations-video, so I’m pretty proud to present a new Rig Ex… ahw, man. I should really come up with a shorter name for this feature. Just look at the thumbnail – the text clutters up the whole pic! Well, anyways, here’s a look at some of FastRedPonyCar’s Kemper profiles.

So, if you like the sounds just go to Kemper Rig Exchange and try out these great profiles … for free! Because you can never have too many profiles.

Hey… if you know any good & free profiles from the Rig exchange or any other free source please do let me know. You can send a message on  Youtube or Facebook or you can use the email found further down in the description.

This video in Swedish (Denna video på svenska):

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

Kemper official website

 

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Recorded with a Sony FDR-AX100 and edited in Magix Movie Studio Platinum 14. Recordings in Reaper.

Add effects to Performance Mode slots (Kemper Profiling Amp)

Have Guitar presents a video reply to the question, how to add effects to slots in the Performance mode in the kemper profiling Amp. Everything is easy when you know it and I’m just happy to help out. So this is a short video on how to add any effect to a slot in the performance mode.

Equipment used in this video:
Kemper Profiling Amp
Gibson SG Standard 2016 High Performance (490R/498T)

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Kemper official website

 

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Recorded with a Sony FDR-AX100 and edited in Magix Movie Studio Platinum 14.

Discover the FxFloorBoard for your Boss Katana

Lo and behold – Gumtowns FxFloorBoard for the Boss Katana! There’s a good chance you will already know about this alternative software editor but I’m thinking there are probably some people out who hasn’t. This video is for those poor uneducated souls.

This video is actually also like a first impression for me, shot it as I installed the editor and tested it for the first time. So please, don’t expect too much of it – it’s basically me looking around and showing off the capabilities of the FxFloorBoard.

There’s been a high level of Katana activity on Have Guitar! this week – next Thursday it’s time for a new Kemper video.

Equipment used in this video:
Gibson SG Standard 2016 High Performance (490R/498T)
Boss Katana 100w 1×10

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This video in SvedishDenna video på svenska:

https://youtu.be/c9QrXHZVI8g

Boss website – Katana Amps

Vguitar Forums (have dedicated sub forums for the Boss Katana)

Vguitar Forums – GumTown’s Katana FxFloorBoard Editor

(An alternative software editor that gives you direct access to the ‘sneaky amps’ and much more!)

Boss Katana @ The Gear Page

Tone Settings from Guitarpatch.com

Review of the Boss Katana in English

Svensk recension av Boss Katana

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Boss Katana: 20 Sound Demos

Without further ado – Have Guitar gives you 20 sound demos from the Boss Katana (100 watts, 1×12″ speaker). I’ve done/used twenty different sound settings and even included the acoustic channel. I’ve tried to pick as many different types of sound as possible to give you a good picture of what the Katana is capable of. All sound demos are recorded through the Katana to Focusrite 6i6 to Reaper.

Equipment used in this video:
Gibson SG Standard 2016 High Performance (490R/498T)
Fender American Standard Stratocaster (Shawbucker/Custom 50’s)
Boss Katana 100w 1×10
TTone Klon Centaur Horsie overdrive
EHX Big Muff Russian Green

English version / Engelsk version

Svensk version / Swedish version:

That’s it! I hope you like the video and if so please do subscribe to Have Guitar. Bigger channel = bigger chance for more types of videos… and you will have my eternal gratitude with you whereever you go. To all of you already subscribing – Thanks, you rock!

Boss website – Katana Amps

Vguitar Forums (have dedicated sub forums for the Boss Katana)

Vguitar Forums – GumTown’s Katana FxFloorBoard Editor

(An alternative software editor that gives you direct access to the ‘sneaky amps’ and much more!)

Boss Katana @ The Gear Page

Tone Settings from Guitarpatch.com

Review of the Boss Katana in English

Svensk recension av Boss Katana

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Review: Boss Katana 100 watts 1×12″

So here’s another review from Have Guitar – the Boss Katana amplifier. Is tubes? No. Is it a digital modelling amp? Not really. The Boss Katana goes its own way and its goin’ is good…

This review is about the Boss Katana 100 watts with a 1×12″ speaker, five different amp setting ranging from acoustic to high gain, power control and much more. Watch my review for a runthrough of the Katanas feature, sound examples and Have Guitars opinion about this amp!

English review:

Recension på svenska (Swedish review):

Equipment used in this video:
Gibson SG Standard 2016 High Performance (490R/498T)
Fender American Standard Stratocaster (Shawbucker/Custom 50’s)
Boss Katana 100w 1×10
EHX Big Muff Russian Green

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Boss website – Katana Amps

Vguitar Forums (some sub forums dedicated for the Boss Katana)

Vguitar Forums – GumTown’s Katana FxFloorBoard Editor

(The above is an alternative software editor, gives direct access to the ‘sneaky amps’ and much more!)

Long thread on the Boss Katana @ The Gear Page

Tone Settings from Guitarpatch.com

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