Allright, I went up early this morning to get the time for a quick recording and this time it’s a first: Have Guitar Kemper Rig Showcase (originally called rig rundown). First out is the excellent Hughes & Kettner Trilogy rig pack from Reampzone. I hope you’ll like it! Still experimenting with both light and sound to get it as good as I can – this time the sound comes from my Zoom H4n, which certainly captures the sound better than my video cam.
This rig pack from Reampzone contains 8 clean channel profiles, 10 crunch channel, 11 lead channel and 13 ultra channel profiles. In the latter three some profiles are boosted with TS808 stomp. You’ll also get 9 Merged Profiles (Clean, Crunch, Lead and Ultra)! It’s a very nice collection of Kemper profiles and there are also five try-for-free profiles on Reampzone webshop.
Have Guitar presents a new Kemper profile pack from ReampZone – the Soldano SL-60 Series II! This is a multifaceted pack that’ll give you a bunch of sweet tones ranging from clean to fat gain in 23 Direct and 22 Studio profiles. You will get both unboosted and boosted profiles in this pack and in this Kemper rig showcase you will get to hear a bunch of these recorded both lined and live in the room. Guitars used: Fender Stratocaster and ESP Phoenix II.
This is one excellent pack, I had a great time while testing out these Kemper profiles from ReampZone and I hope you will enjoy the video just as much!
The Fryette Sig:X rig pack from Reampzone – featured on todays Rig showcase. I had a whole lotta fun with these Kemper profiles that ranges from clean to high gain. This amp/These profiles really has some versatility to’em, and they have a nice bite allready at low gain levels. In this showcase you will get some opinions from me on them and of course sound examples as well, using the Fender Stratocaster and the ESP Phoenix II here, both live in the room and lined signal!
So, you’ve been looking for a fat bottomed gain monster with an aggresive attitude? Well, then the Framus Dragon amplifier could be something for you – or try this Kemper rig pack from ReampZone, which recreates the sound of this metal mayhemic mutilator. And, yes, I think is one of those amps that is kinda aimed for a genre – but that doesn’t mean you can’t use it for other genres.
Back with a fresh Kemper rig showcase and here Have Guitar proudly present s ReampZone’s newest rig pack: the Fuchs Blackjack 21 MKII – sounds so good I got GAS for an amplifier like this! Just sorry I couldn’t find any dealer in Sweden or even Europe who’s got it in stock.
Yeah, this Kemper rig pack sounds that sweet so take a listen to my video, then buy the pack (it will save you a great deal of money…!).