If you could only get profiles from 3 'profile makers' - whose would they be?

  • mbritt

    Bert meulendjik

    Deadlight afd 100

    Dunlop Wah Q95 -> KPA -> main to FOH ->KRK6 -> Monitor out DXR10 -> EXP DVP3 -> Remote: Guitars: Slash Gibson Les Paul Custom Shop - James Tyler Variax JTV59 - Epiphone Les Paul with EMG 81 - Furch GN2 Nylon -> Maybach Lester 60

  • 1. Myself- I find myself using my own profiles the most

    2. Tone Junkie- Some good flavors and he's won me over with his excellent YouTube channel

    3. M Britt- Not as impressive to me, but his edge of breakup tones are excellent

    I do agree with Tone Junkie, that HW tries hard.

    'You can lead a horse to water, but a pencil must be lead' - Stan Laurel

  • Has anyone tried the Purple Plexi from Tone Junkies? I haven't yet but im thinking about it.

    Yes, I have it. I haven't tried it with my LP, only with my Tele, but for the sheer amount of profiles there are some good ones for me. That's just based on my needs. Tons of excellent, immediately usable tones. Some are bright and brittle, borderline shrill, but that's on a Tele. Very expressive.

  • Some are bright and brittle, borderline shrill, but that's on a Tele. Very expressive.

    Seems like each profiler has areas where they shine. I think Tone Junkies has a talent for things on the clean end of the spectrum, which is when I tend to reach for their profiles.

  • I’m wondering why nobody has mentioned Rock Profiles. I just picked up a couple packs and I think I’m impressed. I was looking specifically for DI or Merged which is what led me there.


    Until now, the packs I really like are from Michael Britt & Tone Junkie. The RP stuff might be my new favorite though.

  • Has anyone tried the Purple Plexi from Tone Junkies? I haven't yet but im thinking about it.

    I have it, I use it a bit changing the cabs in general, I was not impressed by the quality, the quantity and variety is quite good, but compared with M Britt 68 plexi on the 2020 pack everything feels baddly recorded, too veiled, some profiles are trebly and shrill but without definition or presence. For me they required too much tweaking, so they go to the forgotten profiles folder. You might like it, but it all depends what are you used to, they sound like far away recorded cabs in a live mixing enviroment. It sounds ok in a mix (barely Ok in some cases) and not so good live trough an FRFR. They sound fine trough my Eminence 1X12 speaker, but then again, half of the direct profiles do.

  • Top Jimi I bought it 2 minutes after getting rig manager the brown sound pack like wow. If you have ever chased the brown sound get this.

    Tone Junkie probably the best clean and cleaner/crunchy sounds.

    Michael Britt- What can i say he is the Kemper guru

    Make sure you also get the free Michael Wagner sounds. He literally profiled the Nuno rig from Pornografitti. I'm like a teenager again. Grown up me loves the custom and vintage tweed.