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EVH Profiles with Slate Modelling Microphone :)

I’ve got something special… “Amp Modelling” meets “Microphone Modelling”.
Just for fun I’ve created some profiles of my EVH (oh no not another EVH) with the Slate ML-2 microphone. The modelling is turned off so the microphone modelling can be applied after reamping or through DAW playback. There are also a few profiles in there with the microphone simulation turned on.
I’ve used my modded EVH Cab which has an additional V30 loaded. So there are profiles with the Greenback and the V30 and profiled the red and blue channel.…

Don’t expect the most awesome profiles, it’s more a fun project. But the mircophone modelling is a nice addition. On the other hand you would normally adjust the microphone position while using another microphone. It’s more or less a different sound creation option. And too much options are also a problem at some point. But that’s not the point, just a look on what is possible.

Have fun and I’m glad to read some comments.

New Matamp Kingstreet Available in the exchange!

New Matamp Kingstreet Pack available!

Free rig in Rig Exchange and more free rigs for subscribers

Friedman Runt 50 Request

I’ve fallen in love with the sound of a Friedman Runt 50, but I can’t find any profiles of it. Does anyone have any, or know where to find them?

I want to find a RIG,the RIG’s name is TAKAYOSHI-OD-2017, please help me.

Hello everyone!Thank you for spending your precious time watching my questions.I want to find Takayoshi Ohmura’s RIG,Where can I find or buy this RIG?I only know that the RIG’s name is TAKAYOSHI-OD-2017.But I can’t find it. I hope you can help me. Thank you.

Studio channel strip (tube) profile for acoustic guitar

Thank you, Alex!

[LRS] 1980’s Peavey Bandit 65 Solid State Profiles – Free – Now With 4×12 Cabinet!

My high school had one of these in the band room. I’d go in there and play through it every day at lunch. This will bring back some memories!

In praise of the “SUPER TWEED”!

I just wanted to send a shout out of appreciation for Zoltan1957’s “1955 SUPER TWEED” profile.

I usually have to tweak most profiles a bit to get the kinds of sounds that I am after from a particular amp. Not so with the Super Tweed!

This baby is good “right out of the box” (or Rig Exchange, in this case)!

If you are like me and didn’t grow up with a lot of Tweed era amps lying around the house, when you think of a “Super” it is a blackface Super Reverb that comes to mind. And for good reason, as that amp has one of the most iconic sounds ever. It was so popular it had many imitators. My main amp as a teenager and in my twenties was Ampeg’s take on the Super Reverb formula, the VT40.

The 1960s Blackfaced Super Reverb formula was:
4 x 10 inch speakers
Accutronics made reverb units
45 watts
Awesome cleans
Singing sustain up loud.

But the tweed era, Fender Super, was totally different from the later era Blackface and Silverface amps carrying the name “Super”.
Two slanted 10 inch speakers
18-20 Watts
Classic tweed breakup
Tubes: 5U4, 6V6 (2), 12AX7 (2), 12AY7(2) 1955-1958
(The Supers before and after the late 50s sported 6L6s)

So the version of this amp profiled is a world away from a Blackface era Super Reverb.

I love playing this profile through bridge position of my Lollar Charlie Christian equipped strat. (Output similar to a humbucker but breaks up later). A nice break up and focused tone without excessive “honkiness”. A real winner and not just a sound for those nostalgic for that 50s sound either!

Thanks to Zoltan1957 for posting such a great profile!

Mean Streets

Sick guitar sound

Paul Reed Smith 2-channel Custom 50 *added boosted lead*

Some wanted a dirtier/higher gain profile, so here’s my attempt!…4-06%2015-14-08.kipr?dl=0

Let me know what you think!

[RiF] Free Bugera 6260 Pack: 1 amp, 3 channels, 5 pedals, 2 cabs, 2 mics, 3 speakers = 38 merged profiles, 12 cabinet profiles

Seeking to recreate the sound of a Bugera 6260 (which is a copy of a 5150) through Mesa and Kitty Hawk cabinets using different speakers.
I also have a 6505 sitting right next to the 6260, but I am still undecided about which on I like better. They share a similar character, but they do sound different.

The pack contains 37 merged profiles. These are made up of 30 DI-profiles. The DIs cover all channels from Clean to Crunch to Lead. Each amp setting has been profiles with different gain settings (see codes like “-3” or “-5” in the name, where “-3” means “-” = no pedal and “3” = gain at 3) and different drive pedals (see codes in the gear list below, like “MT” or “DS”).

There are 12 cabinet profiles made from two different cabs (Mesa 4×12 and Kitty Hawk 4×12) with 3 different speakers (T75, V30 and G12-65) and two mics (SM57 and e906).
These cabinet profiles are stored as “RiF-.Cab *”-profiles for easier usage. See the manual for instructions. You probably know that you can use these cabinet profiles with any DI profile you have, not just those in this pack. I am striving to make these cabs work with all of my DIs, though if they sound good with other DIs depends on the voicing of the DI.
All my profiles are going through an analog-only audio path. No digital gear (besides the KPA) involved.
To create these profiles, the following gear has been used:
Bugera 6260 tube amplifier
Mesa Rectifier 4×12 cabinet /w G12-T75 speaker mic’d (Shure SM57 and Sennheiser e906)
Kitty Hawk 4×12 cabinet /w G12-65 and V30 speaker mic’d (SM57)
Maxon OD808 (“OD”) , Boss DS-1 Distortion (1991) (“DS”) , Boss SD- 1 Super Overdrive (1984) (“SD”), Boss MT-2 Metal Zone (1994) (“MT” , EHX Big Muff Pi (“PI”)
BAE 1073mp preamp
Palmer PAN-01 DI box
Furman Power Conditioner
Here are some sound samples that cover the high gain, rock and clean tones of this profile pack. The guitars in these samples are bone dry, directly from the KPA and no other FX applied in-Kemper nor in Pro Tools (other than a transparent Limiter on the mix bus and KPA-Delay and Reverb from the profiles in the clean tones).

As usual, I like to show you some pictures of the gear used during profiling.

The pedals and their codes used in the rig names:

I hope you’ll find this pack useful and fun!

Download the pack here (it includes the PDF manual):

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