Time to review another pack from ReampZone – Bogner Alchemist! Profiled in any way possible with different channels, mic’s and cabs – this pack offers a lot of tonal variety for your pleasure! Described by ReampZone as real rock amp with fantastic cleans, smooth crunch and a great high gain sound puts it right up where it belongs!
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I was blown away by the profiles in Peter’s Crazy Profiles Mega Pack that were boosted by fuzz pedals. Blown away!! I know fuzz isn’t for everyone and sometimes it’s not even for me… but I found these profiles really inspiring and fun to just noodle around with. And isn’t that just what life should about – having fun! (I won’t put a questionmark after that,,,)
So, the pedals used in these profiles are Grim Face Fuzz, Klirrton Lichtbringer, EHX Big Muff, EHX Big Muff DeLuxe, Tubescreamer and TS808. In different combinations and with different amps, some with effects added but I have changed some of them in the video as well.
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Time to feature a new profiler so here is the PVY 6505 Plus Kemper profile pack from Contryside Profiles! These profiles recreates the sound from a Peavey 6505+ combo and we’re talking heavy gain stuff here…
All the profiles in this pack are direct profiles but they come loaded with a cab (ORNG 412 IR which presumably is an Orange 4×12 cab). Some nice pedals have been used for some of the profiles as well: Fort 33, Fort Blade, Hrzn Devices P-Drive and TS808.
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Time for a demo of Mattfig’s latest Kemper profile pack – Slodano! These profiles recreates the sound from a 2020 SLO30 amplifier, the pack comes with 72 studio and direct profiles. As always it’s a mix going from clean to high gain and some are boosted with KHDK Ghoul Screamer TS Boost. Right now as I write this you can get the pack for half the price, see more in the link to Mattfig’s webshop below.
Key to the profile names:
412#1 is a SLO 412 with V30s.
412#2 is an Orange 412 with Heritage speakers.
412 Mix#1 is 3 1971 Marshall 412s with Greenbacks and V30s.
412 Mix#2 is a Marshall, SLO, and Orange 412.
212 is Mesa with Celestion EVH and V30.
212Mix is Bogner OS 212 and Mesa 212.
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Here we go again with more profiles recreating the sound of a Friedman BE 100 – it’s the BE Evolved from Live Ready Sound! And it not your standard BE 100 either, it’s a modded according to the info on Live Ready Sounds webpage: “This head was custom modded to have a Depth dial with a 3 way frequency selection, variable negative feed back dial and a gain stage mod to give more clarity and a little less compression to the gain.”
A little extra you could say! A plethora of cabs and mic’s have been used to capture this unique amplifier, you better see the info, again of course on Live Ready Sounds webpage – link provided further down!
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If you’re looking for a vintage Zeppelinesque tone then this might be the Kemper profile pack for you: Supro Black Magick from Gold Lion Studio! This pack contains 20 Studio profiles ranging from low to medium gain!
The Supro Black Magick amplifier is a recreation of the same amp that Jimmy Page used. Quote from Supros webpage; “a recreation of one of Rock & Roll music’s holy-grail amplifiers. This all-tube, high-gain blues machine hearkens back to the dimensions, cosmetics and circuitry of the Supro amps from 1959, just like the one loaned by Jimmy Page to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum.”
The profiles are dynamic and they are really sensitive to your pick attack, pick loosely for an almost clean tone then attack harder for a vintage roar! Very nice indeed!
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Time to demo the Dirtfwood Purple Nightmare from G1 Productions! The sounds is in the name – High Gain is what this profile pack is all about. Actually I do believe that is kinda what the original amp is all about as well!
The Driftwood amplifiers seems to be awesome beasts and that is reflected in these profiles! They are expensive but judging from the sound they are worth it. The Purpe Nightmare even comes with a built-in Tube Screamer! If you wanna read more about the amp I have provided the link to the product page at Driftwood amps, below.
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It’s a first! A first of what?!! Have Guitar doin’ a demo of a rig library for Overloud’s TH-U! Yep, this video is about the rig library Unchained from Live Ready Sound for the Overloud TH-U!
You might recognize this one as the Unchained pack is also available from Live Ready Sound for the Kemper Profiling Amp. These rigs seeks to recreate the sound of a Metropoulos DVL-1 amp head. According to Metropoulos webpage their vision was to “build the ultimate plexi-style 100-watt amplifier with maximum flexibility and functionality and zero compromise in components, signal purity, and tone”. And it is designed together with William DuVall (of Alice In Chains).
So what does this rig library bring to the table? 144 rigs! These have been created with five different cabinets, five different mic’s and boosted with six different drive pedals – that a massive diversity!
Just a short notice; I haven’t yet reviewed the Overloud TH-U itself yet but that is coming… it is the latest iteration of Overlouds amp sim, available for Windows and IOS. It comes with amps, cabs and a plethora of effects. You can use your own impulse response files (for cab’s) and it can be used for both guitar and bass. One thing that makes this stand out is of course the Rig Player. Described as “allows you to reproduce rig models created by capturing real setups” – well, I think this is the closest you can get to a Kemper without actually buying one. And as you can see in the video it even looks quite like a Kemper toaster unit!
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Time to test out a new profile pack from Live Ready Sound – Martian 2000! This pack recreates the sound from a Marshall DSL100 JCM2000 and yes, it keeps the usual high standards we’re used to see from Live Ready Sound!
The first version of this pack comes with 57 studio profiles and 11 direct profiles, created with a bunch of different mic’s and speakers… check out the link below for more information on this profile pack.
The Marshall JCM2000 seems to be well regarded by guitarists by looking at the discussions online. Judging from these profiles, well I can just concure – it sure sounds sweet to me!
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The Mesa Flux-Drive is the overdrive pedal for those who want more of all the best things from an overdrive, according to Mesa themselves. Is that so? The Cambridge dictionary states that the word “flux” means “continous change”. Well, that makes no sence what so ever…
As an overdrive the Flux-Drive surely makes the job you’d expect from an overdrive, it really helps shaping what you already got soundwise rather than recreating the tone. The bass and treble controls gives you additional control over the sound, which is always welcome. These EQ controls are just set enough according to me, they will change the sound but not drastically so.
Also I must add that some of the sound demos in the video actually sounds better now, when listening to the video than what I felt about them whilst playing. The Flux-Drive was nice pedal to try out but for me personally – it is not a pedal that I will buy in the future (the pedal in the video was borrowed).
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00:55 – Base sounds for controls demo (Fuchs Blackjack 21 MKII)
01:49 – Flux-Drive Level control
02:55 – Flux-Drive Gain control
04:14 – Flux-Drive Bass control
05:12 – Flux-Drive Treble control
06:26 – Ballad backing track w/wo pedal
07:09 – Clean sound used for presets
08:50 – Gain sound used for presets
09:21 – Preset: Mid Gain Crunch
10:10 – Preset: Singing Solo
11:40 – Preset: Flux Bump
12:57 – Preset: Slam It
13:53 – Presets talk/conclusion
14:54 – ToneJunkie Lowman 65 without pedal
15:52 – ToneJunkie Lowman 65 with pedal
17:03 – Blues backing track w/wo pedal
17:36 – End words
Mesa Boogie Flux-Drive
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Kemper Profiling Amp