Too Stone Bloom by ToneJunkie (Kemper profiles demo)

Too Stone Bloom by ToneJunkie (Kemper profiles demo)
Kemper Rig Showcase by Have Guitar

Here we go – it’s a rig showcase of ToneJunkies excellent Too Stone Bloom Kemper profile pack! It took a little while for me to figure out what amp was behind that name and that might not have been so strange as I hadn’t heard about Two Rock amplifiers before! The amp model is the Bloomfield Drive which is a 2 channel amp with cascading gain style. If you wan’t more details about the amp itself, there is a direct link below…

ToneJunkie describe this pack as “This circuit feels like a Super meets a Dumble or like a tricked out CRS” and I’d say that is pretty spot on! The pack contains 21 Kemper profiles with gain ranging from 2 to 7. No, metal style found here but there is gain enough for other styles. The profiles are really warm and responsive to your pick attack and I had great time trying them out.

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Equipment used in this video:
Gibson Les Paul Standard 2006 (Burstbucker Pro)
Fender American Standard Stratocaster (Shawbucker/Custom 50’s)
Electro Harmonix Soul Food
MXR Zakk Wylde wha
Kemper Profiling Amp

Too Stone Bloom Kemper profiles – ToneJunkie

ELectro Harmonix website

Two Rock Bloomfield Drive

Kemper official website

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Boss Katana & Effect Pedals

Boss Katana & Effect Pedals from Have Guitar!

Finally an answer to a question that has been plaguing savvy Internet guitarists since the Boss Katana was released: how does the Katana take pedals? And here is the answer: as any other guitar amplifier. But. If that is not enough for you – ye of doubtful minds – then watch this video.

So yes, in this video I have selected a few gain pedals from my vast collection (read; four out of five pedals) – EHX Green Russian Big Muff (Fuzz) & Soul Food (transparent overdrive), Suhr Riot (Distortion) and the MXR Zakk Wylde Berzerker (Overdrive). They go into the front of the Boss Katana, which is setup with a “sneaky amp”: Clean Twin. And then… noodling is on. Anyways, if you are interesting in a particular pedal here’s a small index for you:

Index:
03:32 – Clean Twin w/o pedals as a reference
03:53 – EHX Green Russian Big Muff
05:16 – MXR Zakk Wylde Berzerker
06:27 – EHX Soul Food
08:33 – Suhr Riot

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Equipment used in this video:
ESP Phoenix II (Seymour Duncan JB/’59)
Fender American Standard Stratocaster (Shawbucker/Custom 50’s)
Boss Katana 100 watt combo amp
Electro Harmonix Green Russian Big Muff
Electro Harmonix Soul Food
Suhr Riot
MXR Zakk Wylde Berzerker
Kemper Profiling Amp

Boss Katana amps

Electro Harmonix

MXR/Jim Dunlop

Suhr Pedals

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Soul Food by Electro Harmonix (Guitar overdrive pedal test / review)

Soul Food by Electro Harmonix (Guitar overdrive pedal test / review)
Pedal Frenzy from Have Guitar!

It has taken me some time to do a proper demo of Electro Harmonix “transparent” overdrive pedal Soul Food, but I can tell you already – it’s one of my drive pedals that I use most for kicking in a sweet boost to the tones…

So what does “transparent overdrive” mean anyways? I believe that started with the legendary Klon Centaur pedal in the 90’s – what is basically does is taking what you already got and boost that. Yeah, that’s it – it doesn’t totally take over the sound, instead it can boost a good sound to something a little bit more pushed but it keeps the basic character.

As the original Klon Centaur goes for ridiculous prices, a pedal like the Soul Food from EHX is a welcome alternative with a price tag much nicer for your economy. There are other alternatives as well, in different price ranges but this video is about the Soul Food so lets keep focused on that now.

Index:
02:05 – Katana clean/Strat
04:48 – Katana clean/ESP
06:15 – Katana crunch/ESP
07:44 – Katana crunch/Strat
09:16 – LRS ODS profiles/Strat
10:17 – LRS Tweed profiles/ESP

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Equipment used in this video:
Electro Harmonix Soul Food
Fender American Standard Stratocaster (Shawbucker/Custom 50’s)
ESP Phoenix II (Seymour Duncan JB/’59)
Boss Katana
Kemper Profiling Amp

Electro Harmonix

JHS modded Soul Food

Builder Profile: Klon’s Bill Finnegan @ Premier Guitar

Klon Centaur @ Wikipedia

Live Ready Sound Kemper profiles

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