Hey guys, my buddy profiled his badcat at his studio, and I thought I would share. I like them personally, not sure if they will replace my live profiles or not, but I can definitely see why people prefer profiles they did themselves with their setup, their guitar, and their playing etc. Two profiles, both on the OD channel, bass and treble about 1 oclock, brilliance and edge around the same, gain at noon for one, about 2 oclock for the other. One profile was done with my G&L ASAT special with MFD pickups (big fat sounding P90s basically, more output, thicker, brighter, more midrange, more grind/grit). The other with my les paul with burstbuckers. The cabinet is actually a custom shop bogner cab I believe, it has 2 12's, (vintage 30's) and 2 10s, kind of strange. The V30 was micd, with a 57 right where the paper meets the cone. If you do not like V30s, you will probably not like these, as they definitely sound like a V30 loaded cabinet. These are very raw, I tweaked them a tad (added alittle extra bass post EQ, and added a compressor up front with M britt compressor settings but that is). Again these were done to my friends preference, so take that into consideration. Monitored on Adam A7x monitors, and I've also played them through my Yamaha DXR 12's. The profile may have too much midrange for some with a les paul style guitar on the lower gain profile, but I could be just really splitting hairs here. I'm sure people are extremely hypercritical of their own profiles, but I do like it better with a tele style guitar or P90s. Also for what it's worth, these were both refined twice, and at the end my buddy couldn't tell which was his amp and what was the Kemper, I'd say this was 98-99 percent, if not 100 percent to all except the absolute most critical of listeners, authentic to the original amp through studio monitors.
On the rig exchange. Badcat Hotcat 30R and Badcat Hotcat 30R +