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Hi All,
Long time lurker, I’ve owned a Kemper for about 5 years now and have uploaded some profiles for the first time. How long does it take for them to appear on RE? ( I can see them there so please ignore)
I would also appreciate some feedback on the rigs as I am extremely pleased with them. I have profiled previously on at least 5 different occasions with varying result however this time I think I nailed it. They’re under my username Skurjj and of my Bugera G5. I used a Audix I5 into a Daking Mic Pre One into a Distressor. The “w D” denotes where the distressor was used.
Thanks

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Hey!
Have fun with my profiles guys
I tried to recreate the sound of the following amps:For Guitar:AMPSVictory Kraken (Direct & Studio) – i always use the “fav c” profileHughes & Kettner Grandmeister 40 Deluxe (Direct Profiles)Soldano SLO 100 (Direct & Studio)Koch Jupiter (Studio)Engl Invader (Direct & Studio) -> of every Channel with every Setting)Engl Sovereign Combo (Studio)Marshall MS2C (Direct) -> great for Stoner-Rock, very FuzzyMesa Boogie Triple Rectum Frier (Direct & Studio)Ibanez FZ7 Fuzz Pedal (Direct) -> also great for Stoner-Rock, very FuzzyRoland Micro cube (Direct & Studio)Peavey 5150 Combo (Studio)Peavey 6505+ (Direct, all channels, all switching options)Peavey Classic (Direct, all channels, all switching options)Orange Dual Terror (Direct & Studio)Vox AC 30 (Direct & Studio)ZT Lunchbox amp (Direct & Studio) -> Try it with your real pedals !PowerampsVictory KrakenStarfield 5050MODELERSLine6 Vetta 2 Head (Direct, all Amps)Line6 Helix (Direct, all Amps)AxeFX2 Firmware 7.02 (Direct, all Amps)Avid ElevenRack (Direct)PEDALS / FUZZ / SPECIALSIbanez FZ7 Fuzz Pedal (Direct) -> also great for Stoner-Rock, very FuzzyHBE Big D (Direct)Golden Brownie (Direct)TC Bodyrez (Direct)ZVex Fuzzfactory (Direct)J. Rath DI Cabsim (Direct)Boss ODB3 (Direct)AMT Freak Guitar (Direct)For Bass:AMPSMesa M2000 (Direct & Studio)Doomachine (Studio)Trace Elliot Gp11 AH 500 (Direct & Studio)Ampeg SVT 2 (Direct Profiles)PEDALS / DI BOXESTwo Notes Le Bass (Direct Profiles)Harley Benton Bass DI (Direct Profiles)Darkglass Alpha Omega (Direct Profiles)CABsTwo Notes Poweramps + CabsFor Acoustic Instruments/Sounds:
Audio Sprockets Tone Dexter (D.I. these sound sound best with the guitar you made them with! So if you like what it does get one!)
don’t forget to try different cabs!
I hope you find something you like and i’m ultra curious what you do and record with these Profiles
I always happy when someone uses them in a recording, send me your stuff I’m looking forward to it
Have fun!
ThomasHere is the link to all my Profilesdropbox.com/sh/ta4ij4xpyn2c582…tdXbZBBdE2jIRStSXb0a?dl=0
Here you can find the Soundcloud Comparison between the Helix and the Kemper:
Here you can find the Soundcloud Comparison between the AxeFx and the Kemper:
Here you can find the Soundcloud Comparison between the Eleven Rack and the Kemper:
Have Fun Guys!

Luiz Rodrigues

Who is this guy?
His Bogner blue channell on RE is amazing!

All my personal profiles – Marshall, soldano, dr z and others

I did some great plexi profiles. Enjoy.

Super EVH 5150 to Zilla Fatboy profile

I got a killer sound with EVH 5150 to Zilla Fatboy for a reamping session today so I decided to profile it.
TS808 to Blue channel To Zilla Fatboy V30 to SM57 to Warm Audio WA73EQ with a bit of low, mid and high Eq boost.
This should nail the Periphery sound. Download for free m/kemper-amps.com/forum/index.ph…b52c185c5c75c2a4e4ec7fead

Gear used by favorite musicians

Hey, guys. Haven’t had my Kemper long, but I absolutely love it. Can anybody tell me if there’s a quick reference guide somewhere to find out what gear certain bands/musicians use? I’ve found a few rigs already from other users that are mirrors of a couple different bands I love, but haven’t really found any others.

Free Modded Marshall JMP 2203 Merged Profiles (Friedman/Cameron/Jose) on Rig Exchange

Hi guys, after being a Kemper owner and forum member for four and a half years I’ve finally got round to uploading my profiles of my modded Marshall amp.
A little background on the amp.
It’s a 100 watt Marshall 2203 JMP Super Lead Mark II made in 1980 that been quite heavily modified by Steve Dawson of Root 2 Amplification and formally R&D Design Engineer for Marshall between 2005 to 2014.He is the guy that designed amps such as the Vintage Modern, JTM45/100 reissue, Super100 Jimi Hendrix, JMP1W head and combo, 1962 Bluesbreaker combo reissue and the Astoria to name just a few.
The pre amp circuit has been modified to very closely resemble the Friedman BE-100 but has the negative feedback circuit modified to similar values as the Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier, giving the amp quite a bit more modern thump and thickness in the bottom end.This negative feedback is also adjustable by a pot on the rear which softens or tightens the feel of the amp almost identical to how the definition control works on within the Kemper itself.
It has a resonance pot on the rear to dial in how much bass you want in the power amp.
It has an extra valve gain stage and second gain control pot on the rear that allows you to dial in how much gain you would like on the extra stage.The 4th gain stage is footswitchable via a relay.This pot also doubles up as a push pull to engage the “Fat” boost, which as you can guess increases the bass in the pre amp.
It has two post phase inverter master volumes on the front which can operator as a footswitchable solo boost or just a way to tame the amps volume while being able to crank the master volume to distort the phase invertor making it easier to get “power valve” saturation at manageable volumes.
It has a valve FX loop added with an effects return pot.
Finally it also has a push pull pot also on the rear (this is also the variable negative feedback pot) which when pulled out enables zener diode clipping, think the Friedman SAT Switch or some Jose Arrendondo or Cameron mods.When enabled, two 24 volt zener diodes clip the peak to peak signal going into the tone stack by 25%.This gives a more compressed feel, a little more distortion and hair without colouring the tone like an overdrive in the front would.It also has a high pass filter wired to it to keep the lows tight with the extra distortion and compression.
Although the profiles are fully tagged with as much info as I can fit, here is what the naming convention means anyway. JMP 2203 followed by:
3GS = 3 Gain Stages
4GS = 4 Gain Sages
TS9 = Boosted with a Ibanez TS9DX
Zener = Zener diode clipping enabled
Pre Amp = Pre Amp only, no power section, profiles from the FX Loop Send
L = Low Input was used
+ = Cranked Master Volume
The distorted profile settings were:
Presence = 2, Bass = 8, Mids = 6, Treble = 6, Master Volume = 3, Gain 1 = 8, Gain 2 – 10, Variable Negative Feedback = 0 Tight, Resonance = 6
Clean profile settings were:
Low Input, Presence =7, Bass = 10, Mids = 6, Treble = 6, Master Volume = 3, Gain 1 = 2, Gain 2 – 10, Variable Negative Feedback = 0 Tight, Resonance = 8
The cab used was my Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier horizontal 2X12 with V30’s, miced around 2” from the cap edge with a SM57 on the speaker and a MD421 on the other, both on axis, blended about 60/40 in favour of the SM57 with a low pass filter applied around 10kHZ on the distorted profiles only.
I’ve uploaded them all to the rig exchange just search for Liam Thompson and they’ll appear.
Hope you enjoy them!
Cheers.

Free Orange Brent Hinds Terror Profile

Free Profile Day – Have fun!
Orange Brent Hinds Terror with Bogner 2×12 Bigsize
Also at Rigexchange!dropbox.com/s/6r4m7va0lfa1lzs/…5-12%2011-28-27.kipr?dl=0

Free Modded Marshall JMP 2203 Profiles (Friedman/Cameron/Jose) on Rig Exchange

Hi guys, after being a Kemper owner and forum member for four and a half years I’ve finally got round to uploading my profiles of my modded Marshall amp.
A little background on the amp.
It’s a 100 watt Marshall 2203 JMP Super Lead Mark II made in 1980 that been quite heavily modified by Steve Dawson of Root 2 Amplification and formally R&D Design Engineer for Marshall between 2005 to 2014.He is the guy that designed amps such as the Vintage Modern, JTM45/100 reissue, Super100 Jimi Hendrix, JMP1W head and combo, 1962 Bluesbreaker combo reissue and the Astoria to name just a few.
The pre amp circuit has been modified to very closely resemble the Friedman BE-100 but has the negative feedback circuit modified to similar values as the Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier, giving the amp quite a bit more modern thump and thickness in the bottom end.This negative feedback is also adjustable by a pot on the rear which softens or tightens the feel of the amp almost identical to how the definition control works on within the Kemper itself.
It has a resonance pot on the rear to dial in how much bass you want in the power amp.
It has an extra valve gain stage and second gain control pot on the rear that allows you to dial in how much gain you would like on the extra stage.The 4th gain stage is footswitchable via a relay.This pot also doubles up as a push pull to engage the “Fat” boost, which as you can guess increases the bass in the pre amp.
It has two post phase inverter master volumes on the front which can operator as a footswitchable solo boost or just a way to tame the amps volume while being able to crank the master volume to distort the phase invertor making it easier to get “power valve” saturation at manageable volumes.
It has a valve FX loop added with an effects return pot.
Finally it also has a push pull pot also on the rear (this is also the variable negative feedback pot) which when pulled out enables zener diode clipping, think the Friedman SAT Switch or some Jose Arrendondo or Cameron mods.When enabled, two 24 volt zener diodes clip the peak to peak signal going into the tone stack by 25%.This gives a more compressed feel, a little more distortion and hair without colouring the tone like an overdrive in the front would.It also has a high pass filter wired to it to keep the lows tight with the extra distortion and compression.
Although the profiles are fully tagged with as much info as I can fit, here is what the naming convention means anyway. JMP 2203 followed by:
3GS = 3 Gain Stages
4GS = 4 Gain Sages
TS9 = Boosted with a Ibanez TS9DX
Zener = Zener diode clipping enabled
Pre Amp = Pre Amp only, no power section, profiles from the FX Loop Send
L = Low Input was used
+ = Cranked Master Volume
The distorted profile settings were:
Presence = 2, Bass = 8, Mids = 6, Treble = 6, Master Volume = 3, Gain 1 = 8, Gain 2 – 10, Variable Negative Feedback = 0 Tight, Resonance = 6
Clean profile settings were:
Low Input, Presence =7, Bass = 10, Mids = 6, Treble = 6, Master Volume = 3, Gain 1 = 2, Gain 2 – 10, Variable Negative Feedback = 0 Tight, Resonance = 8
The cab used was my Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier horizontal 2X12 with V30’s, miced around 2” from the cap edge with a SM57 on the speaker and a MD421 on the other, both on axis, blended about 60/40 in favour of the SM57 with a low pass filter applied around 10kHZ on the distorted profiles only.
I’ve uploaded them all to the rig exchange just search for Liam Thompson and they’ll appear.
Hope you enjoy them!
Cheers.

Free Modded Marshall JMP 2203 Profiles (Friedman/Cameron/Jose)

Hi guys, after being a Kemper owner and forum member for four and a half years I’ve finally got round to uploading my profiles of my modded Marshall amp.
A little background on the amp.
It’s a 100 watt Marshall 2203 JMP Super Lead Mark II made in 1980 that been quite heavily modified by Steve Dawson of Root 2 Amplification and formally R&D Design Engineer for Marshall between 2005 to 2014.He is the guy that designed amps such as the Vintage Modern, JTM45/100 reissue, Super100 Jimi Hendrix, JMP1W head and combo, 1962 Bluesbreaker combo reissue and the Astoria to name just a few.
The pre amp circuit has been modified to very closely resemble the Friedman BE-100 but has the negative feedback circuit modified to similar values as the Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier, giving the amp quite a bit more modern thump and thickness in the bottom end.This negative feedback is also adjustable by a pot on the rear which softens or tightens the feel of the amp almost identical to how the definition control works on within the Kemper itself.
It has a resonance pot on the rear to dial in how much bass you want in the power amp.
It has an extra valve gain stage and second gain control pot on the rear that allows you to dial in how much gain you would like on the extra stage.The 4th gain stage is footswitchable via a relay.This pot also doubles up as a push pull to engage the “Fat” boost, which as you can guess increases the bass in the pre amp.
It has two post phase inverter master volumes on the front which can operator as a footswitchable solo boost or just a way to tame the amps volume while being able to crank the master volume to distort the phase invertor making it easier to get “power valve” saturation at manageable volumes.
It has a valve FX loop added with an effects return pot.
Finally it also has a push pull pot also on the rear (this is also the variable negative feedback pot) which when pulled out enables zener diode clipping, think the Friedman SAT Switch or some Jose Arrendondo or Cameron mods.When enabled, two 24 volt zener diodes clip the peak to peak signal going into the tone stack by 25%.This gives a more compressed feel, a little more distortion and hair without colouring the tone like an overdrive in the front would.It also has a high pass filter wired to it to keep the lows tight with the extra distortion and compression.
Although the profiles are fully tagged with as much info as I can fit, here is what the naming convention means anyway. JMP 2203 followed by:
3GS = 3 Gain Stages
4GS = 4 Gain Sages
TS9 = Boosted with a Ibanez TS9DX
Zener = Zener diode clipping enabled
Pre Amp = Pre Amp only, no power section, profiles from the FX Loop Send
L = Low Input was used
+ = Cranked Master Volume
The distorted profile settings were:
Presence =2
Bass = 8
Mids = 6
Treble = 6
Master Volume = 3
Gain 1 = 8
Gain 2 – 10
Variable Negative Feedback = 0 Tight
Resonance = 6
Clean profile settings were:
Low Input
Presence =7
Bass = 10
Mids = 6
Treble = 6
Master Volume = 3
Gain 1 = 2
Gain 2 – 10
Variable Negative Feedback = 0 Tight
Resonance = 8
The cab used was my Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier horizontal 2X12 with V30’s, miced around 2” from the cap edge with a SM57 on the speaker and a MD421 on the other, both on axis, blended about 60/40 in favour of the SM57 with a low pass filter applied around 10kHZ on the distorted profiles only.
I’ve uploaded them all to the rig exchange just search for Liam Thompson and they’ll appear.
Hope you enjoy them!
Cheers.

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