Multiband compressor

  • Hello,


    Is there a chance of getting a multiband compressor in the future?


    Almost every high gain profile has a clipping (booming) Freq near to 150 hz, and is really hard to get rid of it without affecting the tone.

    in the studio we can use plugins or third party gear, but in live situations it´s another story.


    please, make it happen

  • Almost every high gain profile has a clipping (booming) Freq near to 150 hz, and is really hard to get rid of it without affecting the tone.

    in the studio we can use plugins or third party gear, but in live situations it´s another story.

    this could be a simple setup issue.

    lowering the bass side of the pickup in half-turns until it sounds good is what I do.
    all it takes is a screwdriver, however pickup height seems to be one of the most powerful tonal parameters few guitarists bother with.

    I'm all for correcting these things at the source.

    It is curcial to pretty much ignore all the measurements posted in forums - use your ears ;)

  • Although treading into DAW territory, I like the idea of a multi-band patch. The possibilities of a C6 or C4 directly on the Kemper would be incredible

    RIP Eddie Van Halen - 1955-2020 - The one man who enabled me and countless others to love the guitar.

  • I had lowered my bass side on my JB long time ago. Not by much but by enough to make a nice difference. I hope I won a cookie. :)

    The more you find what Kemper can do then the harder you try to find what it cannot do -- like make a good cup of Frappuccino.

  • I think bass itself ain‘t the problem. Bass is great with powerchords but palm mutes create way too much bass. I never experienced such benefit by only lowering the PU (apart from the point that I always do have such adjustment).