I use one of the amp stands that tilts your amp back at 45 degrees. I *turn the stand around* backwards and put the Kemper's rack on it so the controls are now pointing up at me 45 degrees.
Currently the following Speaker Imprints will become available with the PROFILER:
- Celestion Vintage 30
- Celest G12M Greenback
- Celest G12M Creamback
- Celestion G12 Blue
- Celestion G12H Anniv
- Celestion G12H Herit
- Celestion G12-100
- Celestion G12T
- EVM12L Blacklabel
- Eminence MFD
- Goodmans Audiom 61
- Oxford 12L6
- Jen P12Q
- Jen P12R
- Jen C12N Ceramic
- Jen Vintage P10R
- Jen Vintage C10R
- JBL D120F 12'
- JBL 2110H 8'
I wish @lonestargtr could convince ckemper to include an imprint of the Celestion Classic Lead 80 since MOST of Mike's profiles use that speaker.
I know there are many of us who use MBritt profiles 99% of the time.
Thanks for your reply.
Since the Kemper Kab will be closed back, wouldn't you expect better performance (given a choice for your own cab) to use a closed back cab?
It's more of a personal preference thing. A closed cabinet will give more bass, but that may not be desired. Raising a closed cabinet off the ground will lose bass which might be comparable to an open cabinet on the ground.
Some players like the open sound of an open cab. Metal players would probably prefer a closed cabinet.
I only keep about 100 on the unit for gigging. Everything else is in RM.
Sorry to bump my post - still wondering
Could install the Kemper Kones in these cabinets
EV M-12G (note, these are sealed wedge type stage monitors)
swapping in the Kemper Kones replacing the EVM 12L drivers installed in them now.
Can you foresee any issues?
Kemper said they will work in sealed or open back cabs....pretty much the same as any speaker. And, like other speakers, they will sound differently in an open back vs. closed cab.
I'm going to use mine in an open back, T21 Power Engine as a cabinet only powered by a DV Mark CMT head.
It intrigues me why you say you hate the tweeter, maybe you should play with low pass filter in the stack, that way you technically can prevent the tweeter from even reproducing any sound above the midrange from the woofer.
It's too Hi-Fi sounding and doesn't sound natural.
I have been using FR from the beginning...not because I wanted to. I don't like tweeters with a guitar signal. I tried using a cabinet, but the speaker is 1/2 your tone. When studio profiles were created using different speakers, I had to tweak every one to match the speaker I was using.
I gave up as it was more authentic using the FR cab in spite of the tweeter.
I'm patiently waiting for the Kone to be released so I can hear how it's supposed to be and retire my K10.
Well sorry but I didn't see any official announcement about the impossibility to makes RM2 and future Kemper OS Updates (I could missed it ) and when I asked few times informations about that here I didn't have answers so I thought maybe some people could be interested by this information cause i know I'm not the only one in that case.
I will update my hardware one day (computer and soundcard) It's not I don't want but can't for the moment.
Although I have more up to date PCs and Macs, I use a 12 year old Core2Duo PC that runs Windows 10. I *ONLY* use this laptop for running Rig Manager as it doesn't run a lot of newer more demanding programs.
You could look for a used PC laptop that will run Rig Manager as I did. They should be REALLY cheap considering a budget laptop these days is about $300.
Very nice! Thank you for your work in putting this together.
Saves using a slot for those that want to clean up the bass or tame high end either pre or post! Really useful
It would save a slot for those that need to fix the problem frequencies in any number of FR cabinets! Incredibly useful.
Your use case is more like a feedback destroyer though. All these devices do is locate a spike in the frequency that swells and put a very small Q PEQ on it with a big dip in gain which is very frequency specific.
Strange use case. Can you explain?
No, nothing about feedback.
As someone mentioned previously, most FR speakers are not even though they claim to be.
QSC K10s are notorious for having low mid mud at ~700Hz which needs to be cut by 3 db.
I'm sure other brands have their own idiosyncratic frequencies.
The benefit is that FRFR speakers are not truly flat-they all have bumps & dips in their frequency response that varies from model to model. This means that the same profile will sound different when run through different monitoring systems. Many people have commented/complained that profiles that they purchased do not sound the same as the demos they have seen.
And this is EXACTLY why a PEQ is needed in the Monitor Out section.....not a broad brush HP and LP filter.
You are kidding, right?
LP and HP are the key to shape a whole profile going through a linear audio system (HPs, cabinet, FOH) and make it sound more like a guitar cabinet (since those are the ends a guitar cab is missing).
It does nothing to correct specific problem frequencies in a monitor.
Yeah .. i couldnt wait any longer. I was weak. I disgust myself.
Now im gonna go drown my sorrow in juicy tone goodness.
Just remember...the profiles are a LOT cheaper than buying all those amps. No need to be disgusted. You came out ahead.
Are there any plans to release an 8 ohm version? I know this is a long shot but my power amp wont work with the 4 ohm rating.
The only alternative is to buy 2 Kones and run in series in a 2x12 cabinet.
Just bought Kemper last weekend. Profile pack 2 was already in there fromnprevious owner and i was blown away. I got stuck on one preset (/13) and realized 3 hours went by without noticing.
I want to buy pretty much everything else MBritt offers. Im in Canada so currency exchange is pretty bad. I was wondering if there is a discount code laying around somewhere?
I am specifically looking for :
- Profile Pack 1
- Profile Pack 3
- Crank n Go
- Dumble Pack
- Colonial Pack
Thanks and cheers y'all
Don't forget to check out the free MBritt Rig Pack that shows up in Rig Editor along with the other Rig Packs. Many times Mike has a sale on major holidays.
I have all sorts of odd-ball amps and cabs and find the Weber Z-matcher invaluable. Pricey solution, but I don't see why I wouldn't work for the Kone. It's a great gadget to have, probably my most borrowed piece of gear
That's a cool piece of gear! I'd buy if it was 1/2 the price.; too pricey when the end result is to use with my Power Engine. Time to sell the Power Engine since it's useless for my needs.