FRFR speakers/cabinet questions

  • Hi everyone.


    I'm new to the Kemper scene. I have the powered rack. I would like to use a standard marshall cab for certain situations. I'm using 2 P.A. cabs at the moment through a Carvin TS-100 tube power amp. This sounds very good but, I would like to use a Marshall 4X12 profile at times. My question is/are; Are the FRFR speakers available as replacement speakers for a Marshall cab? Does the cab have anything to do with the flat response of the tone?

  • Please ask Marco from Blueamps.

    He is building all kinds of cabs, and he is really a specialist in FRFR and GFR cab (Blueamps).

    I use a SPARK active FRFR cab, and its really amazing.

    In a previous setup I used two Yamaha wedges, but I was not satisfied with the sound.

    Now with the SPARK I use Marshall profiles for AC/DC stuff, Bogner, Fender, 2 Rock and Cornford Amps for all Classic Rock and Funky Stuff and also some acoustic amp profiles with my Acoustic Guitar.

    GREAT!!!

  • i‘m thinking about getting a spark too - sounds like your happy with it. it‘s just a lot of $$ for something i can not try before i buy...

    how is the stereo width? and is it loud enough for full band rehearsals and medium sized stages?

  • i‘m thinking about getting a spark too - sounds like your happy with it. it‘s just a lot of $$ for something i can not try before i buy...

    how is the stereo width? and is it loud enough for full band rehearsals and medium sized stages?

    Have played one for a few months now. I have so far had no issues with the power of my Spark playing mostly classic rock and country . There is an optional "sub" that can be added for added sound-pressure in the lower end, but I have not felt the need for any.


    The stereo-width is limited with both sides in the same box, but it is still a huge improvement over mono when stereo effects are used.

  • i‘m thinking about getting a spark too - sounds like your happy with it. it‘s just a lot of $$ for something i can not try before i buy...

    how is the stereo width? and is it loud enough for full band rehearsals and medium sized stages?

    Its really loud!!! On stages I use it as a monitor. In Clubs and in our Rehearshal room I use it as an amp. And believe me its really loud enaugh. I asked Marco to build an Volume Poti into the Spark to minimize the volume. The stereo sound is great. In a previous setup I use two Yamaha wedges. But 1.) it was to complicated for me to carry them 2.) I was not fully satisfied with the sound.

    Now I use Top Jimi ACDC Pack and Tone Junkie Two Rock profiles for all the Classic Rock Rhythm stuff ande MBritt Bogner Extasy profiles for solo sounds. Also I use some Acoustic Amp Profiles from Rigbusters for my Acoustic Guitar. And really I am in sound heaven. I have played a lot of tube amps with huge pedalboards in the past, But with the combination Kemper --> Blueamps, I am fully satisfied!

  • Its really loud!!! On stages I use it as a monitor. In Clubs and in our Rehearshal room I use it as an amp. And believe me its really loud enaugh. I asked Marco to build an Volume Poti into the Spark to minimize the volume. The stereo sound is great. In a previous setup I use two Yamaha wedges. But 1.) it was to complicated for me to carry them 2.) I was not fully satisfied with the sound.

    Now I use Top Jimi ACDC Pack and Tone Junkie Two Rock profiles for all the Classic Rock Rhythm stuff ande MBritt Bogner Extasy profiles for solo sounds. Also I use some Acoustic Amp Profiles from Rigbusters for my Acoustic Guitar. And really I am in sound heaven. I have played a lot of tube amps with huge pedalboards in the past, But with the combination Kemper --> Blueamps, I am fully satisfied!

    thanks a lot for sharing your experience with this amp! i think I‘m gonna get it too :)