Great idea on the “undo” button.
However. In my experience, I only connect my laptop with rig manager to my KPA when I doing extensive editing of rigs or experimenting/trying out new rigs. I never have rig manager connected for live performance or practice.
Very interesting. I guess I’ve been doing it wrong for 40 years.
But, does this only apply when using a capo?
Also, I like the DonPetersen comment earlier in this thread about tuning the attack and not the decay.
I attempted to use WinZip. It told me that there was an invalid character in the file name.
After I clicked OK for each file (about 50 times) it finally gave me a prompt to unzip them all. So, I got the files.
I got the same series of WinZip prompts on the 2 links above for the folders on their own.
But, I bet the invalid character was either the hyphen or the greater than sign. Try changing the folder name excluding the hyphen and greater than sign and we can see if that works.
I have been using Windows 10 also. Still no folders.
I just now tried Windows 7 - still no folders.
I am now downloading WinZip on windows 7 to see if that makes a difference. Up until now, I have been using the built in extractor in windows.
However, since paults is seeing the same thing as me, perhaps it is a permission / sharing issue for the Monkey_Man to investigate.
Here are the contents of the ZIP file. Where are the presets?
Dear fellow Kemperites,
The 1st post is a parameter-and-information list of everything shared in this thread:
Need Help Setting Up Your Wah in the Profiler? Do You Own a Rare Wah? Let Me Know.
Presets have been sourced from elsewhere on the forum as well, including here.
The 2nd post is that list in KPA-preset form. Instructions are below the download link and also in the file.
All Kemper users are indebted to the generous, talented members who created and shared these presets. Special mention must go to Don Petersen, who not only contributed the greatest number of presets, but helped so many others in the creation of theirs too. Thank you Don and everyone on behalf of all of us!
Here is your quote from page one of this thread. The problem is that there is only one post and your quote above mentions two.
Are you able to repost the link of the actual presets here from 20 pages and 5 years ago?
I am just getting around to download your preset file from your original post to this thread from 2016.
It does not appear to have the presets that I can upload to my KPA anymore.
Have these been removed for some reason?
Reverse guitar was used on recordings by Hendrix.
Also, the Beatles used it in Rain and Taxman.
My older TC Electronics G Major 2 had a reverse guitar effect.
You mentioned this: “I use this wah pedal (current adapter fed) “
What do you mean by “current adapter fed”?
IngoRockt , you just rocked my world!
Wow, I gotta get me a String-Butler! And, it is only about $50.
I have learned and continue to learn so much from the Kemper Forums, but I never expected a solution on how to keep my Les Paul in tune!
Huge thanks to all contributors to these forums.
I have a question that maybe BayouTexan could address regarding backing up profiles.
I am getting ready to pull the trigger on the new release of RigManager 3.1.
Is it enough to make a backup of my existing Rig manager before upgrading to the new release and then restoring the new release with my backup? Will that bring back all my commercial profiles and Performances or do I need to do other things to not lose any of my stuff.
My Les Paul suffers from the infamous G string always out of tune.
I don’t hear it too much when I play the open D and open G strings together. But when I play the open D string while fingering the G string second fret (a fifth), I can hear the wavering.
So, end up tuning my open G string a little flat to compensate the wavering I hear when playing an open D chord.
I love my Les Paul even though it is always out of tune.
Excellent video, excellent musicians, excellent guitar sounds, excellent vocals, excellent production values.
Only thing I would add is contact information at the end.
Rock on guys.
Wishing you the best.
I have a basic setup question:
Once I get my mission pedal setup, do I have to make sure that I place the wah pedal in the same place in every rig?
For example, the wah works correctly if it is in the X effect but not in the C effect position.
So, if I setup the wah in the C position, do I need to setup every rig I want the wah to be used to have the wah in the C position?