79 Mini Bender by Live Ready Sound (Kemper profiles demo)

Rig Showcase by Have Guitar!

Feeling bored on the Good Friday? Alright, so here’s an Easter Bonus video – Live Ready Sounds 79 Mini Bender Kemper profile pack! These profiles recreates the sound from a 1979 Fender Champ combo amplifier. There has been eight releases of this pack so here you’ll find a little of everything! I’m certainly all comfortable with playing so much clean to lowgain stuff as this video brings but hey, someone has to do it, right?

More info available at the links below and in the video of course. Also just a friendly reminder, don’t forget about the giveaways that is going on – I have included links to them below as well so just go for it – you could be a winner!!

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Equipment used:
Gibson SG Government Series 1 (Dirty Fingers)
Harley Benton TE70 Black Paisley (Fender Texas Specials)
Harley Benton Vintage Overdrive
TC Electronics Dark Matter
Kemper Profiling Amp

Live Ready Sound website

The history of the Fender Champ amp

Win a full pack of TMS Profiles RKR30

2K Giveaway – win an effects pedal

Kemper Profling Amp

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Dark Matter by TC Electronics (Distortion pedal test / review)

Dark Matter by TC Electronics (Distortion pedal test / review)
Pedal Frenzy by Have Guitar

Here’s another Pedal Frenzy where I take a look at TC Electronics Dark Matter, a distortion pedal for electric guitar. So, I didn’t really know much about this stomp when I ordered it from Thomann. I know the brand TC Electronics, since the mid 80’s but back then my impression was that it was a high-end quite expensive brand. Or was it me being poorer back then? I don’t really know but this pedal is not expensive!

I can say already that I was pleased by the sounds this pedal can pull off, the sound certainly is not cheap. So in this video I test it out with a bunch different Kemper profiles, trying to cover a wide range of amp styles and sounds to see how the Dark Matter affects the sound.

Yeah, it’s an epic video – considering it’s lenght! Is that a bad thing? I don’t know, I just prefer content over 2 minute videos. But… for your pleasure I have put in an index to the video below so you can jump to the part you wanna see.

Index:
02:09 – Live Ready Sound Tweed profile, low gain to crunch (gain 2/10)
06:33 – ReamZone Framus Dragon profile, clean sound with some delay (gain 0/10)
11:59 – BM Profiles Friedman BE 100 profile, quite high gain (gain 6/10)
16:04 – Pete’s Profiles Wizard profile, crunch sound (gain 3/10)
20:09 – ToneJunkie Matchless profile, clean sound (gain 0/10)
25:37 – Conclusion along with some rambling

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Equipment used:
TC Electronics Dark Matter
Fender American Standard Stratocaster (Shawbucker/Custom 50’s)
Gibson Explorer Tribute 2019 (Dirty Fingers+)
Kemper Profiling Amp

TC Electronics Dark Matter

Live Ready Sound Tweed Profiles

ReampZone Framus Dragon

BM Profiles F-man Pack

Pete’s Profiles Wizard

ToneJunkie Match Club

Kemper Profiling Amp

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Guitar pedals – Unboxing (Behringer FX600, TCE Forcefield & Lunastone Trueoverdrive1)

Guitar pedals – Unboxing (Behringer FX600, TCE Forcefield & Lunastone Trueoverdrive1)
A video by Have Guitar

Time for an unboxing video! Three new pedals to add to the pedal board… or shelf. Let’s be straight and clear now: no playing occurs in this video, it is only the unboxing! OK?! The playing will be coming in later review/test videos…

So, the pedals are a Behringer FX600 to start with. That’s a digital stereo multi-effects pedal that offers delay, phaser, flanger, chorus, tremolo and pitch shifter in one stomp! Then we have the TC Electronics Forcefield compressor, the largest pedal in the stomp format I have seen for a long time! And then there’s the Lunastone Trueoverdrive 1, a drive that promise a lot so let’s see if that holds for true in a later video.

There you go, that is it! Well, also sorry if the close up are a bit blurred, I’m still learning the action cam and I might have gone a bit too close for those close-ups! Anyways, hope you liked the video! Thanks to all my subscribers – you’re the best!

Equipment used:
Behringer FX600
TC Electronics Forcefield Compressor
LunaStone TrueOverdrive 1

Behringer FX600

TC Electronics Forcefield Compressor

LunaStone TrueOverdrive 1

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