Have Guitar heavily presents ReampZones Randall RD 20 – a Rig Showcase for the wicked! In this pack you’ll get both clean and hi-gain profiles and also both direct and studio profiles. This profile pack contains some seriously sweet profiles, profiles that has That tone – the one that just keeps you playing ’til your fingers bleed.
It’s all there and while this amp is mainly directed to metal heads I really do believe others can enjoy it as well. Have look and a listen to my rig showcase and judge for yourself!
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Guitars used in this video:
ESP Phoenix II (Seymour Duncan JB / ’59)
Fender American Standard Stratocaster (Shawbucker and Custom 50’s singlecoils)
Gibson SG Standard 2016 High Performance (490R/498T)
Have Guitar is proud to present a Kemper Rig Showcase for ReampZone’s Marshall 2555X Silver Jubilee. In this rig pack you will get 29 Direct profiles and 33 Studio profiles with gain from 0 to 8. The profiles in this pack really reflect the original amp, that was redesigned for more tonal flexibility than (at the time) the previous Marshall amps.
As Marshall puts it on their webpage for this amp: “The Bass, Middle, Treble & Presence controls, although shared between channels, were re-designed and offered more tonal variation than any other Marshall product had before.” My opinion is that there are some really sweet tones to be found in this pack and well, it certainly sounds like a Marshall should!
In this Kemper Rig Showcase I will demonstrate a selection of these fine profiles, the examples will be mainly lined recordings but I included a couple of “live in the room” samples for comparisons sake. I’ve also included some samples where the profiles are used together with backing tracks, a good way to showcase how they work in the mix.
Guitars used in this Rig Showcase: Gibson Les Paul ’76, Gibson Ace Frehley “Budokan” Les Paul Custom V.O.S., ESP Phoenix II and Harley Benton TE-70 Black Paisley – a good selection of guitars with very different sounds for a wider aspect of how these profiles sounds.
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Have Guitar proudly presents a Rig Showcase for ReampZones Marshall JCM 800 Lead Series 1987 Kemper profile pack. It’s practically a rock and roll machine and in this pack you’ll get 20 studio profiles and 5 direct profiles. This screams classic Marshall amplification but a bunch of boosts such as the Suhr Riot and Klon Centaur has been used in the profiling process (for a full list see the below link to ReampZones website) which provides expanded tonal abilities. The profiles are tested with a Fender American Standard Stratocaster (Shawbucker) and an ESP Phoenix II.
The Marshall JCM 800 series was introduced in 1981 (even though the Marshall 2203 and 2204 had been in production since 1975) an d lots of metal and rock band used this amplifier in the 80’s. Did you know that the name “JCM 800” comes from Jim Marshalls initials together with the numbers from the number plate on his car?
In this video Have Guitar! will give away previously unpublished profile from ReampZones Fuchs Black Jack 21 MKII Kemper profile pack. Just watch the video and find the give-away-link to get this Kemper profile for free! Many thanks to ReampZone for this generous offer!
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Time for another Kemper Rig Showcase and in this episode Have Guitar! takes a look at the Peavey JSX rig pack from ReampZone. Described by ReampZone as a monster of high gain, tight and fierce – designed for metal heads and that’s right but it doesn’t stop there. This amp head (or rather these profiles) will not stop at metal, it’s fully capable of dirty rock to raw blues and it does it all very well. So far this JSX pack offers 16 direct profiles and 20 studio profiles for your Kemper Profiling Amp with a promise of more profiles coming. So, in this Rig Showcase Have Guitar! will give you a bunch of sound examples, mostly lined recordings, side-by-side comparison of profiles in the same gain level and in-the-mix examples – played with a Fender Stratocaster American Standard (Shawbucker and single-coils) and an ESP Phoenix II (Seymour Duncan JB / ’59), two sound wise very different guitars to bring you a wider perspective of how these profiles actually sound.
The original amp is a signature model for Joe Satriani, designed to offer lots of sound possibilities, from vintage to modern triple XXX-style. The three channel 120W amp produces sounds from clean to heavy/hard rock, offers high gain and low gain inputs together with a “fat switch” that changes the timbre of the crunch and ultra channels. It also features a built-in noise gate for those screaming high gain sounds.
A big thanks to ReampZone for letting Have Guitar! try out/showcase these profiles – I hope you will like the video as much as I enjoyed this profile pack!
Have Guitar is back with a new showcase of ReampZones Krank REV 1, one monster rig pack for the Kemper Profiling Amp! This pack is based on the Krank Revolution 1 tube amplifier and contains 30 direct profiles and 19 studio profiles – in this showcase you will hear all 19 of the studio profiles played with my ESP Phoenix II guitar. It sounds great and heavy and it’s a blast to play…! Krank it up!!!
“I ought to be thy Adam, but I am rather the fallen angel…”
― Mary Shelley, Frankenstein
(OK, so that was a mistake – the Krank Revolution 1 is not the same amp as the Krankenstein… but it’s still a monster according to Have Guitar!)
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The fun never ends – Have Guitar takes a closer look at Guidorist’s rig pack Martial Brit 800 for the Kemper Profiling Amp, based on a Marshall JCM 800 2203. If you’re looking for a good Marshall pack, this could be it! This pack contains 15 profiles and in this video I showcase all of them, played on my ESP Phoenix II – plus I added a couple of examples where I play a lead using these profiles, to a backing track. If you like what you hear, they’re definitely worth the buy!
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Here another Kemper Rig Showcase from Have Guitar! So, if cheap is good, free is king! Well, maybe not allways but here’s a large (100 profiles) Kemper Profiling Amp rig pack, Brit 2000, from Choptones that comes for free! This pack is based on Marshall JCM 2000 and it do sound good too!! So, if you have missed this, take a look at my video and then download the pack for free and have a blast playing them! In this video I showcase a selection of all those 100 Kemper rigs, using my ESP Eclipse II.
So, here is a nice Kemper profile pack from Mattfig – the SGX Red and Blue based on a Bogner Ecstacy, will choke you (in a good way) with fat tones and great sustain in those rigs. Hope you’ll like it! And if you do, please do subscribe to Have Guitar – your support is imperative for the survival of the channel!
Have Guitar presents: a Rig Showcase of a great Kemper rig pack from Michael Britt – the Driftwood Mini Nightmare – whatta pack! This amp is a killer! Or maybe that should be rephrased to this amp has a killer sound, these Kemper profiles from Mbritt totally blew me away the first time I tried them – the tone, the sustain, the fatness and that angry but still lovely sounding gain… it’s impossible not to smile while playing these profiles! I hope you’ll enjoy it just as much as I have!!
The original Driftwood MiniNightmare amplifier comes as 45W 6L6 or 22W 6V6 (now I suppose that is like an option within the same amp, not two different versions of the MiniNightmare!). It has two channels with controls for gain, bass, mid, treble and volume. I’ll just quote from Driftwoods own information on their website:
“With the Gain switch on HIGH you will be blown away. More Gain, a little more compression and with a more modern tuning, this channel will burn the house down with fat rhythms, screaming leads and razor-sharp staccatos! Always on point, even with a lot of Gain and Bass. Chords stay crystal clear—and with the Volume knob clean sounds are possible even with this setting. Thanks to the efficient EQ you will achieve a high quality sound from ‘80s hair metal to modern core and djent.”
OK, so here’s a Rig Showcase from Have Guitar: ReampZones Diamond Spec Ops – awesome rig pack that comes with studio-, merged- and direct profiles. Fourtyfive profiles of pure rockin’ happiness!
The original amp is a 100 watts head that has been owned by one of Alice Coopers guitarists, Keri Kelly! That fact alone could make anyone wanna try this Kemper profiles pack out… but it also sounds fantastic. And I hope you’ll like the video – if you do, please support Have Guitar and subscribe; it’s free and there’s content added every week and you’re doing a good deed that’ll positive karma for ya. I promise.
Still not happy with the video … the mobile is not a much better option, especially as it cuts recording the video for some reason, just at the end but still! Also, I really need to plan my vid’s better. In this one I didn’t even warm up before I started the recording and that’s kinda shows. Well, it can only get better! 🙂