PRS Archon 100 (Kemper Profiles demo) by ReampZone (Kemper Rig Showcase)

Time for another Kemper Rig Showcase from Have Guitar! This time I’ve had the opportunity to test out a new rig pack from ReampZone – so new it’s actually not released yet, this is a preview of ReampZones PRS Archon 100! Clearly aimed for the hard and heavy side of music and as a bonus some of these profiles has been boosted with fine botique pedal from Fortin (Grind and 33!).

The PRS Archon has two channels, one for overdrive and one for clean – both sound really amazing in these profiles and you can almost feel the 6L6 tubes sweating… those nice pedals I mentioned does not make things worse, I can tell you that for a fact!

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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)
Schecter Custom E-1 Special Edition VSB (Schecter USA Sunset Strip/Schecter USA Pasadena)

ReampZones webpage

PRS website

Kemper official website

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

Big Muff (Green Russian) from Electro Harmonix – Pedal Frenzy!

Time for another episode of Have Guitars Pedal Frenzy – in this video we’ll take a look at Electro Harmonix Green Russian Big Muff! This video is kinda “first impression” for me as I never owned a fuzz pedal before. I’ve had more distortion pedals and over-drives than I care to count but never a fuzz, but I’ve had good GAS for a Big Muff for quite a while… so when I saw the new release of the Green Russian I was so taken by the cool design that decided now is the time. Fuzz time.

EHX Green Russian Big Muff has a very distinct sound that opens a fat flood of fuzzy tones. The new variant is smaller than the original (good for those who uses a pedalboard) and said to have less gain but more bass and also less “fizz”. To that you can add that the pedal has “true bypass”. What’s not to love about that, huh?

Equipment used in this video:
Gibson SG Standard 2016 High Performance (490R/498T)
Fender American Standard Stratocaster (Shawbucker/Custom 50’s)
Boss Katana 100w 1×12″
Kemper Profiling Amp
EHX Green Russian Big Muff

Electro Harmonix webpage

Sovtek on Wiki

This video in Swedish (Svensk version)

Profiles from the following profilers:

Live Ready Sound – Traced Bass EL

SinMix – B7k

r.u.serious – Fender SuperRev

BM Kemper Profiles – F-man pack

ReampZone – Dumble ODS

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Shot with a Sony FDR-AX100 in HD. Edited in Magix Movie Studio Platinum 14. Recordings in Reaper.

Marshall JMP Super Lead 1976 by ReampZone (pre-sale preview Kemper profiles demo) – Rig Showcase

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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Kemper Rig Showcase – ReampZone’s Peavey Classic 30 Kemper profiles

Have Guitar presents a new Kemper Rig Showcase – ReampZone’s Peavey Classic 30 profile pack!

“I’m a rocker, I’m a roller – I’m a right out of controller!”

So why do these lines from AC/DC’s Rocker spring to mind? Because to me that’s just what the Peavey Classic 30 seems to be about. A slightly vintage character but definitely more rock than metal in my ears. And it do sound good…

These profiles are taken from a Peavey Classic 30 head, not the combo version which is more common. It’s 30 watts, two channels ranging from clean to dirty crunch and equipped with three 12AX7 and four EL84 tubes. Also used to boost the amp head is the Klon Centaur, Duncan 805 and some other stomp boxes – for more info see the link to ReampZone below.

GuitarList:
ESP Phoenix II (Seymour Duncan JB/’59)
Harley Benton TE70 Black Paisley (Fender Texas Specials)
Fender American Standard Stratocaster (Shawbucker/Custom 50’s)
Gibson SG Standard 2016 High Performance (490R/498T)
Gibson Les Paul ’76

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Reampzone Peavey Classic 30

Peavey amplifiers

Ultimate Guitar – Peavey Classic 30, head vs combo

Premier Guitar – Review Peavey Classic 30 (combo!)

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Kemper Rig Showcase: ReampZones Orange AD140

One year and one day since the first Kemper Rig Showcase appeared at Have Guitar! – let’s throw in a bonus Sunday video on that! This is ReampZone’s Orange AD140 – a very capable rig pack that covers what you need from clean to crunch sounds. It’s more in the style of rock, blues and similar and to add to that it’s modded as well, making it more unique than anything else…

The AD140 is no longer in stock, I think they stopped the production in 2006 (correct me if I’m wrong!) so if you want a beast like this you need to search for a used one. Or you could get a Kemper Profiling Amp and buy this pack.

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Guitars used in this video:
Gibson SG Standard 2016 High Performance (490R/498T)
Fender American Standard Stratocaster (Shawbucker/Custom 50’s)
Harley Benton TE70 Black Paisley (Fender Texas Specials)

Orange AD140 @ ReampZone

Oranges website

Kemper official website

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Kemper Jubilee Rig Showcase: Top 5 profile packs from the last year!

Have Guitar is honored to give you the One Year Jubilee Kemper Rig Showcase – I can’t belive a whole year has passed since the first Kemper Rig Showcase was published here at Have Guitar!

Short history of Have Guitar!:
In 2007 I noticed the increasing trend of Youtube and as I’ve always been fascinated by any terms of expressing your self through video I felt I wanted to start something too. Took until early 2009 before I actually did start the channel and uploaded my first video (Greco vs Gibson) but at that time I didn’t really have access to what it took to make a good video. Still content is king so that video took off with a quite impressive amount of views.

So job, small kids and other stuff took its toll and I didn’t have much time for making videos… FF to spring 2016, I had moved to a place where I could have a studio and I wanted to get back on track with playing the guitar again, something I hadn’t really been doing much for a way too long time. Then I bought my Gibson SG on a sale and that somehow made me think about the Youtube channel again – Have Guitar! was restarted even if the videos wasn’t exactly pouring out.

So sitting around with lots of profiles packs for my Kemper I thought to myself, that could be the starting base for the channel and then the 9th of September 2016 I published the first Kemper Rig Showcase, ReampZones Hughes & Kettner Triology. Still was a bit randomness to when I published videos for a few months and I think it was around January 2017 that I decided to go for the “a new video every thursday” concept.

So far, so good – been able to keep that up for nine months now – I have learnt a lot during these months and I’m pretty sure I will learn a whole lot more as time flies past. And I must say I succeeded in what my main motivation was – to inspire myself to play more guitar (after that too long break) and the cherry on the cake is that people have been watching the videos and given positive feedback and subscribed to my channel!

So with this video I just wanna say thanks for the likes, comments, views and subscribtions! Here you will get the Top 5 profile packs that has been showcased at Have Guitar for the past year. They are shown in no particular order so number one isn’t higher rated than number five, it’s just my favourite five rig packs tested out in my videos.

And HEY! If don’t wanna spoil which profilers are featured in the video you shouldn’t read any further until you have watched the video… because there’s links to their websites a bit down here so stop reading now and watch the video! 🙂

Thanks for all the support, I hope you will like this video and there’s more to come! As always, if you don’t subscribe please do so to support Have Guitar! – every individual counts and you will have my eternal gratitude, something that all of you who already do subscribe already have – Thanks! 🙂

Guitars used in this video:
Gibson SG Standard 2016 High Performance (490R/498T)
Fender American Standard Stratocaster (Shawbucker)
ESP Phoenix II (Seymour Duncan JB)
Gibson Les Paul Standard 1976

ReampZones

M Britt Profiles

Live Ready Sounds

Top Jimi Profiles

Dr. Z amplification

Kemper official website

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Kemper Rig Showcase: ReampZones Marshall JCM900 MKIII 2100

Have Guitar is stoked to present a new Kemper Rig Showcase – ReampZones Marshall JCM900 MKIII 2100! Sure sounds like a Marshall to me and I mean that in a good way!

The first Marshall JCM900 was released early 1990, designed for higher gain and less noise. When Guitar World tested the new Marshall amps they concluded it as “Marshall has once again successfully reinvented itself”. Me personally think ReampZone has done a good job indeed capturing that Marshall vibe in these profiles, from the powerful clean tone to the screamin’ high gain notes. Watch the video for a cut of you’ll get!

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Guitars used in this video:
Fender American Standard Stratocaster (Shawbucker/Custom 50’s)
Gibson SG Standard 2016 High Performance (490R/498T)

ReampZones Marshall JCM900 MKIII 2100

Marshall amplification

The history of JCM900

Kemper official website

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

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Kemper Rig Showcase: ReampZones HH Electronics V-S Musician

Have Guitar proudly presents a blast from the past – it’s ReampZones new profile pack: HH Electronics V-S Musician! Is this the only commercial profile pack of this amp? Might very well be. Might be described as ahead of its time with circuits that emulates valves, while the amp in fact is a solid state of 100 watts.

HH Electronics was founded in 1968, manufacturing a range of solid state amplifiers. They were bought out by Laney amplification in the 90’s but somehow the company still resides in the West Midlands today. See the links below.

This is pack is not for the high gain lovers but don’t fret, there are some nice tones to be found here despite the “missing valve”-factor. As the profiles comes unboosted I will boost them myself with the Suhr Riot distortion and the MXR Zakk Wylde Berzerker overdrive pedals.

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

ReampZones HH Electronics V-S Musician pack

HH Electronics on Wikipedia

HH Electronics

Kemper official website

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Kemper Rig Showcase: ReampZones Bogner Uberschall Twin Jet

Have Guitar is uber-excited to present a new Kemper Rig Showcase – ReampZone’s Bogner Uberschall Twin Jet!

Yes, it’s a (almost) brand new rig pack from ReampZone and it’s brutal! So what the heck means uberschall anyways? It’s german and it means super sonic – it’s designed for heavy and aggressive music styles. According to Bogner themselves it works especially well with detuned and baritone guitars. I’d say it works quite well with ordinary guitars as well and not only for extremely hard music.

So, don’t confuse this amp with the ordinary Bogner Uberschall. The Bogner Uberschall Twin Jet was introduced in 2009 and the Twin Jet part of the name implies that it has two channels: one clean that can go from semi clean to hot rodded high gain and one super high gain channel and to this added controls. This amplifier has some really interesting tones and a sound of its own. Just listen and judge for yourself!

And… this is the first Kemper Rig Showcase where I use the new lights. Still dialing in the settings to make the video better but I would say goodbye to those dark videos we’ve seen in the past!

Also – this is the first (but not last) Rig Showcase where I use the Ibanez Destroyer – a killer guitar, watch out for a review of that guitar here at Have Guitar in a near future!

And don’t forget – Fret Nut… Have Guitar! And watch out for those pesky jet’s.

ReampZone

Bogner Uberschall Twin Jet

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Guitars used in this video:

Ibanez DTT700 (DiMarzio D Activator-X)

Gibson Les Paul ’76

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DiMarzio Norton vs Seymour Duncan JB – pickup shoot out!

Have Guitar is excited to present a pickup shoot-out: the DiMarzio Norton vs Seymour Duncan JB! As I’ve seen some on-line discussions about these two pickups I just thought it could be interesting make a comparing video now that I just happens to temporarily have a guitar with a DiMarzio Norton in the studio. Gotta grab the opportunity when it knocks…

The DiMarzio is described as a pickup designed to “extend the tonal range and power without going over the top”. It has an Alnico 5 magnet and is rated by DiMarzio with treble 5.0, Mid 7.0 and bass 6.5. The Seymour Duncan JB is described as being able to handle any genre from blues to thrash with a hot output. It has an Alnico 5 magnet is rated as treble 7.5, mid 5-6 and bass 4-5 (roughly estimated by me as there are only staples at Seymour Duncans web page!).

In this video I will compare the two pickups through five different Kemper profiles, from log gain to very high gain rigs. And if you don’t wanna hear me talking here’s an index that you can use to jump between the actual playing:

01:49 – Fender SuperRev Clean (low gain)
03:44 – Fuchs Blackjack 21 MKII (crunch)
04:59 – Wizard (Mid-gain)
06:33 – Marshall JVM410 (High gain)
08:39 – Peavey 5150 (High gain)

Guitars used in this video:
ESP Phoenix II (Seymour Duncan JB / ’59)
ESP Eclipse (DiMarzio Norton / Air Norton)

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Kemper profiles used in this video:
The Fender SuperRev Clean profile can be found on Rig Exchange.

ReampZones Fuchs Blackjack 21 MKII

Pete’s Profiles Wizard

ReampZones Marshall JVM410

Mbritts 5150 pack

Kemper Amps

Seymour Duncan JB

DiMarzio Norton