Posts by Kieroc

    The specialty of the Brighton Rock solo is that Brian May sent the delay signal to a second guitar amp.
    How do you use your external delay?


    http://www.brianmaycentral.net/gmmar97.html


    Yeah, that sounds like it would be more about routing than the delay itself. And I'm not sure, but I believe the KPA is capable of producing this tone. You would have to use multiple outputs, one fully wet, one without delay/reverb (I forget the exact setting's name - maybe Guitar Mod (output after the mod slot)). Set a stereo delay with 4:2 ratio fully wet. Send each L/R output to separate (power) amps.


    Now if you're talking about placing a delay in Slot D and sending it to 3 different amp profiles for dry, wet L, and wet R, then yeah, that's impossible - you can only load 1 profile at a time.



    Initially he used one 2 Vox amps. One was for straight guitar and the second for echo using delay. Then he
    The specialty of the Brighton Rock solo is that Brian May sent the delay signal to a second guitar amp.
    How do you use your external external delay.
    Initially he did the above quote. He then went on to using three amps ,one paned centre,one paned left with 800 ms delay,one paned right with 1600 ms delay. I used to do it perfectly with the tap delay in the boss SE70. Great with headphones.

    Yeah. I asked for a delay a
    à la Brian May ,Brighton rock a long time ago. No joy. Now I use an external delay.


    [quote='Kieroc','http://www.kemper-amps.com/forum/index.php/Thread/17222-Multi-delay-8-delay-s-at-the-same-time-with-stereo-pan/?postID=180615&#post180615']Yeah. I asked for a delay a
    à la Brian May ,Brighton rock a long time ago. No joy. Now I use an external delay.




    Initially he used one 2 Vox amps. One was for straight guitar and the second for echo using delay. Then he
    The specialty of the Brighton Rock solo is that Brian May sent the delay signal to a second guitar amp.
    How do you use your external external delay.






    Initially he did the above quote. He then went on to using three amps ,one paned centre,one paned left with 800 ms delay,one paned right with 1600 ms delay. I used to do it perfectly with the tap delay in the boss SE70. Great with headphones.

    I agree with that 100%. Also there were requests for "and44" to profile well known guitarists rigs ( at least the parts that are profilable) but he seems reluctant to do so.Sorry but I disagree. If a player has a decent enough profile,has a decent enough guitar,and can come close to nailing the licks he should get a reasonably good sound( even if it's not exactly the same) as his chosen player.It would be nice if we could choose what sounds right for us. And44 let's us hear his profiled sounds so thanks for that Andy.

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    Actually, there was still quite some difference when I A/B compared them on the Kemper (real vs kemper profile).
    I still haven't created a single profile that I was really satisfied about, there's always quite some difference when I A/B them. (and I refine playing open stuff for 20 sec)


    Are there any main 'rules' you guys follow for profiling? I never really went 'deep' into experimenting with the profiling and figuring out how to get the best results.[/quote].







    Hi Thomas. What are the differences that you hear. On the clip where you switch between amp and profile it's impossible for me to tell the difference. Why don't you do the same with your other profiles and see if any of us can tell the difference. :thumbsup:

    I agree shamalama. I tend to read the current posts mostly and it's good to resurrect old topics that maybe even Mr Kemper might reply to. Also the more a topic is discussed and requested the better the chance we will be listened to. :thumbsup:

    [quote='shamalama',index.php?page=Thread&postID=77262#post77262]Is this possible? Is this practical?


    It may be practical, it may even be awesome, but it's not possible.
    You need two profilers for that.


    How can you be sure about this.? Maybe it will happen in a future update.