M5 Pack by Tone Junkie (Kemper profiles demo)

M5 Pack by Tone Junkie (Kemper profiles demo)
Kemper Rig Showcase from Have Guitar!

Here’s a Rig Showcase for you – the new M5 Pack from Tone Junkie. No less than 37 amazing profiles for your Kemper Profiling Amp and wait for it… this pack is currently available for free! Yeah, you read that right – just sign up to Tone Junkies subscription service at profilecrate.com and you could have a free pack of profiles every month! The M5 Pack is free for the reminder of April, so just go there and sign up now!

So, 37 Kemper profiles from a Mesa Boogie Mark V – here we’re talkning more heavy stuff than what I’ve seen from Tone Junkie before! This batch of profiles has a nice spread in tonal variation and the gain levels goes from relly low to gain enough for both you and your mother.

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Equipment used in this video:
Electro Harmonix Green Russian Big Muff
Fender American Standard Stratocaster (Shawbucker/Custom 50’s)
ESP Phoenix II (Seymour Duncan JB/’59)
Kemper Profiling Amp

Tone Junkie website

Profilecrate

Mesa Boogie Mark V

Electro Harmonix Green Russian Big Muff

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Soul Food by Electro Harmonix (Guitar overdrive pedal test / review)

Soul Food by Electro Harmonix (Guitar overdrive pedal test / review)
Pedal Frenzy from Have Guitar!

It has taken me some time to do a proper demo of Electro Harmonix “transparent” overdrive pedal Soul Food, but I can tell you already – it’s one of my drive pedals that I use most for kicking in a sweet boost to the tones…

So what does “transparent overdrive” mean anyways? I believe that started with the legendary Klon Centaur pedal in the 90’s – what is basically does is taking what you already got and boost that. Yeah, that’s it – it doesn’t totally take over the sound, instead it can boost a good sound to something a little bit more pushed but it keeps the basic character.

As the original Klon Centaur goes for ridiculous prices, a pedal like the Soul Food from EHX is a welcome alternative with a price tag much nicer for your economy. There are other alternatives as well, in different price ranges but this video is about the Soul Food so lets keep focused on that now.

Index:
02:05 – Katana clean/Strat
04:48 – Katana clean/ESP
06:15 – Katana crunch/ESP
07:44 – Katana crunch/Strat
09:16 – LRS ODS profiles/Strat
10:17 – LRS Tweed profiles/ESP

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Equipment used in this video:
Electro Harmonix Soul Food
Fender American Standard Stratocaster (Shawbucker/Custom 50’s)
ESP Phoenix II (Seymour Duncan JB/’59)
Boss Katana
Kemper Profiling Amp

Electro Harmonix

JHS modded Soul Food

Builder Profile: Klon’s Bill Finnegan @ Premier Guitar

Klon Centaur @ Wikipedia

Live Ready Sound Kemper profiles

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Kemper Profiling Amp

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ST 60th Vintage Master series by Green Guitars (Guitar review)

ST 60th Vintage Master series by Green Guitars (Guitar review)
Guitar review/test from Have Guitar!

Have Guitar is happy to present a review of Green Guitars ST 60th Vintage Master Series, a classic stratocaster made like a 1965 strat. Green Guitars is located in Sweden and they offer a large variety of guitar models, all priced very competitive. This model looks great, plays very nice and sounds fantastic – I’m very happy to have been given the chance to present this review to you. I’ve had the Strat for about three weeks and I have given it as much time as I possibly could – partly to see what it can deliver but also due to the fact that I really liked playing it!

In this video I’ve tried to give as much info about the Green Guitars Strat as I could, and I’ve picked out twelve Kemper profiles for the sound samples. I have chosen a bunch of different amplifier and arranged them in the video so it start with low gain increasing to high gain. If you just wanna hear the sound examples I have included an index that you can follow, see below.

I would like to give Green Guitars a round of applause coupled with a Big Thanks for letting me do this review – it’s the first time I’ve been sponsored with a review item in a physical form. I really do appriciate that!

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Index:
01:15 Low gain sound samples
05:09 Mid gain sound samples
08:18 High gain sound samples

Guitar specification:
Body American alder
C-shaped neck in Canadian hard maple
Width at the nut: 1.65 inches
Width at the 12th fret: 2.02 inches
Fretboard available in maple or rosewood
Scale: 25.5″
22 medium jumbo frets
Radius: 10″
Tremolo vintage stable
3 x Lundgren 60’s Vintage singlecoils
1 volume and 2 tone controls
5-way pickup-selector
Hardware in chrome
Delivered with 9-42 strings
Weight: 7.68 lbs (surf green), 8.10 lbs (vintage white)
Colors: Vintage White or Surf Green, gloss finish

Equipment used in this video:
Green ST 60th Vintage Master series (Lundgren Vintage 60s)
Harley Benton TE70 Black Paisley (Fender Texas Specials)
Fender American Standard Stratocaster (Shawbucker/Custom 50’s)
Kemper Profiling Amp

Green Guitars webpage (Swedish only)

Profiles used in this review:

Live Ready Sound

ReampZone

SinMix

SGL Profiles

TMS Profiles

Tone Junkie

Kemper Profiling Amp

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Celebrate 1K subscribers!

Celebrate 1K subscribers! (Giveaway by Have Guitar!)

Yep, finally came around to record the video for celebrating 1K subscribers – thanks so much for the support!! So watch the video and follow the instructions and you might win the stomp box!

The deadline for this giveaway is: 27th of March 2018.

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Have Guitar review of the Nux HG-6

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DeLuxe 65 – Free Kemper Profiles (demo)

DeLuxe 65 – Free Kemper Profiles (demo) from Have Guitar!

Here’s a free profile recommendation from Have Guitar and yes, I have finally decided to change that old name for this feature; from “Rig Exchange Recommendations” to “Free Kemper Profiles”. And how fitting as this profile doesn’t come from the Rig Exchange!

This is just one profile, taken from a Fender DeLuxe ’65 RI amplifier. It’s quite versatile, run it slightly overdriven as it comes or activate a drive from the Kempers effects to make it roar with a gritty and lovely dirty tone… it’s up to you! So, if this profile isn’t on the Rig Exchange – where can you find it? Well, Rikard, who made this profile, gave me permission to share it. The link is found below, at haveguitar.com! Thanks to Rikard for that!

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Equipment used in this video:
Green ST 60’s Vintage Master Series (Lundgren 60’s Vintage)
Fender American Standard Stratocaster (Shawbucker/Custom 50’s)
Gibson Les Paul ’76
Kemper Profiling Amp

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Kemper Profiling Amp

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Recorded with a Sony FDR-AX100 and edited in Magix Movie Studio Platinum 14. Sound, unless otherwise mentioned, is recorded in Reaper.