JCM82 by TMS Profiles (Kemper profiles demo)

Giveaway and Rig Showcase by Have Guitar!

Here’s a demo of the latest pack from TMS Profiles – JCM82! But it’s not only a demo, it’s also a giveaway where you have the chance to win the full Kemper profile pack! Read on for more information…

This pack recreates the sound from a 1986 Marshall JCM800 combo amplifier´and contains 99 Kemper profiles (9 of them are direct profiles). While it certainly sounds like a Marshall, it is varied enough by being profiled through 10 different cabs! From clean straight up to heavy gain, this pack delivers!

Giveaway:
As mentioned in the video, TMS Profiles has let me do a giveaway of this pack – very suitable considering Christmas is around the corner! So I can giveaway 10 pack and to enter just send an email to:

admin (at) haveguitar.com

Change that into a “at-sign”, doing this to avoid spam… as the topic or in the text write “I believe in Santa” and you are in the giveaway! The deadline for entering this giveaway is:

31th of December 2019, 23:59

The winners will be presented in a video shortly after that and the profile pack will be emailed out at the same. Good luck and welcome with your admission!

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Equipment used:
Gibson Explorer Tribute/B2 2019 (Dirty Fingers+)
G&L ASAT Z-3 (Z-coils)
Kemper Profiling Amp

TMS Profiles – JCM82 Kemper profile pack

Marshall JCM800 @ Wikipedia

Gibson Explorer Tribute B2 2019

G&L ASAT Z-3

Kemper Profling Amp

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