Finally got round to updating my Kemper Firmware after about 2 years and took some profiles of one of my rigs I've been using lately ready for some fly dates coming up.
I've uploaded three profiles of a Mesa Boogie JP-2C, one of each channel set to my current settings, captured through a Mesa Boogie Standard OS Slant 4x12 cab miced with an Shure SM57 and a Neumann KM185 at around the cap edge on a top speaker. The KM184 is about 6 dB lower than the SM57.
1. Mesa JP-2C (Green) = Green channel, very clean made for single coils, with a bit compression, detune, chorus, stereo delay and slight reverb. Remove or edit as you wish naturally.
2. Mesa JP-2C (Yellow) = Yellow channel, typical Mesa Mark heavy rhythm with a bit detune, chorus (off) , stereo delay, slight reverb. Remove or edit as you wish naturally.
3. Mesa JP-2C (Red) = Red channel, set for lead playing with an optional front end boost, a bit detune, chorus (off) , a different stereo delay, slight reverb. Again, remove or edit as you wish naturally.
All three are merged profiles and uploaded to Rig Exchange, search Liam Thompson.
Hope some of you enjoy