Posts by ur2funky

    I never profiled enough to really learn the in and outs of the Kemper, and one of the issues I remember is whatever Rig you're on when you switch to make the new Profiler, the names, effects, settings, stomps etc., pretty much everything gets transferred to the new Profile. I never spent the time to learn the work around this.

    I saw this on my iPhone between sets at a gig...sorry for my delay.
    And sorry for my delay on this forum, I haven't turned on the Kemper in awhile (I go thru stages of using tube amps or a Fender GT200 for gigs or the Kemper).


    It's been awhile since I made these profiles, I know I used a ribbon mike with 4 different speakers and also used a direct box. I have since sold this great amp, and the rest of my Friedmans. (I've had 11 Friedmans I owned and profiled.)


    I just turned on "Rig Manager" (for the first time in months) and it shows I have 50,325 Rigs!!!
    I have over two hundred files in the folder I made these, from three different amps. And I have no notes on anything I did. I haven't updated this software in quite awhile, do they have a "Cabinet Manager" yet? I can't remember how I see my huge cabinet collection. I guess I need to set up my Kemper and try on there.


    But yes, I made these using my Butterslax amp, vibrating my house with the outer space washing machine sounds of profiling. Apparently from the posts above, these may have been uploaded with other cabs, I can't remember. I'd be glad to remove these. I paid Friedman a lot of money for that amp, I would guess he wouldn't mind it being removed.

    Used some of these profiles live on Friday and it sounded amazing. Here's one of the songs where I use your profiles the entire time.
    Thanks again love these profiles. Oh and if you notice the date it was May the 4th be with you, hence why my singer was doing his Vader impression at the start of the song.


    Hey Sean,
    Thanks for posting this. It's great to hear it being used live. And what a great performance, from everyone, very impressive. A couple questions, is that an original tune? Fantastic. And, are you using a digitech whammy or is that in the Kemper?

    Happy Birthday bobiz!!!!


    Wow! That sounds killer! What jump up in clarity from the first one. I'm still amazed with this. Sounds really great! I can't imagine what you'll do "When You're 64!"


    Here's a little Birthday present for you. It's a little variation on the Slax' ch 2 - this time with EHX 6CA7EH tubes in the power section. As with my other profiles, use the MIX of the EQ in the X Slot to adjust to your speakers.


    I hope you enjoy...



    Hi guys, this is the second attempt on the same song, still using the great Friedman Butterslax ch 2, profile made by Scott Ritchie. I think this profile may very well be the best i've got in my Kemper !!


    Better mix with more clarity i think, additional guitars, and now with a title, " 63 long ones ", just because im turning 63 on saturday :-)



    Thank you soo much for this!


    I've spent a lot of time trying to simulate acoustic tones with my electric. I really like how you the patches dialing in to certain guitars/pickups. It really works great!


    Many thanks! Now I need to get more of your stuff, fantastic!

    Here are my Friedman Butterslax amp profiles attached.


    This is Friedman's newest amp, and it shows how he's progressed as a builder. Channel One is the surprise standout, it goes from clean to mean with the guitar's volume knob very impressively. Rotary effect in the MOD slot.


    Watch out for the E.Q. in the X slot. I use it for different speakers I'm playing thru. Turn it on or off or adjust it's mix for your playback system.


    Enjoy!


    P.S. a few of these can be found in the Rig Exchange - search for "Scott Ritchie" or "Butterslax"


    EDIT: I just realized I uploaded the wrong group...the correct ones are now attached as zip 2. Sorry!

    It's comforting to see that people around here are more concerned with tone than with maths... ;) I'm an outsider on this forum so I noticed that my maths tell me something different. 5 minutes per rig, 4 hours per day means 48 rigs per day so that would be closer to 1000 days. To be more exact : start auditioning today, and you will have heard them all on August 16 2020. I hope you still remember what the first one sounded like at that moment, else you will need to start over...

    I like both of your "maths". I've had the Kemper for 4 years, so it seems about right :-)


    The old 'memory stick shuffle'...I think of how much easier Rig Manager has made the process. Now I wish the same for the IRs.

    It's comforting to see that people around here are more concerned with tone than with maths... ;) I'm an outsider on this forum so I noticed that my maths tell me something different. 5 minutes per rig, 4 hours per day means 48 rigs per day so that would be closer to 1000 days. To be more exact : start auditioning today, and you will have heard them all on August 16 2020. I hope you still remember what the first one sounded like at that moment, else you will need to start over...

    Haha! Aug 2020 is two Black Fridays from now, and that means more savings on more Profiles, I'm not sure if it's possible to finish!

    Woohoo! I no longer feel bad about hovering in the 4800 profile range. I takes my Rig Manager a full minute to load. I cannot imagine how long yours does.... :D

    Really, a full minute?
    Mine is fast, I just timed it and it's fully functional in under 5 seconds, and it seems it's struggling to download the online stuff during this time or it would be faster. Granted I have a upgraded 2010 Mac Pro, 40g of RAM, 3.33x12 core. And I only have 145 rigs on the Kemper. Not sure where your slow down is?