VX the Kraken by Official Victory Kemper Profiles (Kemper profiles demo)

VX the Kraken by Official Victory Kemper Profiles (Kemper profiles demo)
Rig Showcase by Have Guitar

So here it is – the last Sunday Special Rig Showcase of the official Victory Kemper profiles Rig Showcase! And last out is the heaviest of these official packs from Victory amps – VX the Kraken! The profiles are created by Rabea Massaad, if you haven’t heard of him check him out on Youtube – a great guitarist well worth following! He was also involved in designing the original amp.

VX the Kraken is small 50 watts amp with two channels; Gain I is classic British-inspired rhythm tones and Gain II is tight, aggressive American high-gain grind. The profiles contains clean to quite heavy sounds (though I must say I have heard harder and heavier sounds from the Kraken than what these profiles brings… possibly they can be tweaked more toward that sound if that is what you are looking for).

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Equipment used:
Fender Stratocaster American Standard 2014 (Shawbucker/Custom 50’s SC)
Gibson Explorer Tribute 2019 (Dirty Fingers+)
Gibson SG Standard High Performance 2016 (490R & 498T)
Kemper Profiling Amp

Official Victory Kemper Profiles

Victory VX the Kraken amplifier

Rabea Massaad – How I create Kemper profiles

Kemper Profiling Amp

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The Gentleman (MESHUGGAH amp) by Live Ready Sound (Kemper profiles demo)

The Gentleman (MESHUGGAH amp) by Live Ready Sound (Kemper profiles demo)
Rig Showcase by Have Guitar

Here’s a “bonus” Rig Showcase – Live Ready Sounds The Gentleman! Could it be that LRS is the first profiler to do the Fortin Meshuggah Signature amplifier? I think so! And it’s not only expensive (3333.33 USD!) it is also limited to 100 amps made. Ain’t that crazy?!

So I got a hands on tryout of the first release from LRS for this pack and what can I say? Love it. I have no idea how the profiles stands against the original amp as I’m likely to never even be in the same room as one, but the profiles have a great tone – it’s brutal, it’s metal, they djent – and much more! As I’m writing this the pack has not gone on sale yet but it should any day now.

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Equipment used:
Fender Stratocaster American Standard (Shawbucker/Custom 50’s SC)
Gibson Explorer Tribute 2019 (Dirty Fingers+)
Ibanez Destroyer 2011 (DiMarzio D Activator-X)
Jim Dunlop ZW45 Zakk Whylde Cry baby Wha
Kemper Profiling Amp

Live Ready Sound

Fortin MESHUGGAH signature amp

Kemper Profiling Amp

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ST 60th Vintage Master series by Green Guitars (Guitar review)

ST 60th Vintage Master series by Green Guitars (Guitar review)
Guitar review/test from Have Guitar!

Have Guitar is happy to present a review of Green Guitars ST 60th Vintage Master Series, a classic stratocaster made like a 1965 strat. Green Guitars is located in Sweden and they offer a large variety of guitar models, all priced very competitive. This model looks great, plays very nice and sounds fantastic – I’m very happy to have been given the chance to present this review to you. I’ve had the Strat for about three weeks and I have given it as much time as I possibly could – partly to see what it can deliver but also due to the fact that I really liked playing it!

In this video I’ve tried to give as much info about the Green Guitars Strat as I could, and I’ve picked out twelve Kemper profiles for the sound samples. I have chosen a bunch of different amplifier and arranged them in the video so it start with low gain increasing to high gain. If you just wanna hear the sound examples I have included an index that you can follow, see below.

I would like to give Green Guitars a round of applause coupled with a Big Thanks for letting me do this review – it’s the first time I’ve been sponsored with a review item in a physical form. I really do appriciate that!

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Index:
01:15 Low gain sound samples
05:09 Mid gain sound samples
08:18 High gain sound samples

Guitar specification:
Body American alder
C-shaped neck in Canadian hard maple
Width at the nut: 1.65 inches
Width at the 12th fret: 2.02 inches
Fretboard available in maple or rosewood
Scale: 25.5″
22 medium jumbo frets
Radius: 10″
Tremolo vintage stable
3 x Lundgren 60’s Vintage singlecoils
1 volume and 2 tone controls
5-way pickup-selector
Hardware in chrome
Delivered with 9-42 strings
Weight: 7.68 lbs (surf green), 8.10 lbs (vintage white)
Colors: Vintage White or Surf Green, gloss finish

Equipment used in this video:
Green ST 60th Vintage Master series (Lundgren Vintage 60s)
Harley Benton TE70 Black Paisley (Fender Texas Specials)
Fender American Standard Stratocaster (Shawbucker/Custom 50’s)
Kemper Profiling Amp

Green Guitars webpage (Swedish only)

Profiles used in this review:

Live Ready Sound

ReampZone

SinMix

SGL Profiles

TMS Profiles

Tone Junkie

Kemper Profiling Amp

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Recorded with a Sony FDR-AX100 and edited in Magix Movie Studio Platinum 14. Sound, unless otherwise mentioned, is recorded in Reaper.