Posts by JordonGWP

    It would be great to be able to set the wah and transpose functions globally, or per rig, without using a stomp slot. Similar to the noise gate or input sensitivity. Especially when running complex rigs in an intensive live situation.

    I apologize if this has been covered, but I'm having trouble finding the answer.

    My band sequences our patch changes via a laptop, and I'm looking at going with the Kemper remote.

    When the remote is hooked up, is it still possible for the Kemper to receive MIDI Program Changes in Performance Mode?

    These have been a few months in-the-works, so I hope you all enjoy them!

    I've re-profiled the Diezel VH4 and Bogner Uberschall using the more-accurate Kemper firmware, and decided to profile the Diezel through 4 cabs: A Mesa, Marshall, Rivera and Bogner. The Uberschall is done through the Marshall, Rivera and Bogner cabs. As always, there are boosted and un-boosted versions.

    Along with these two, I've profiled an old Mesa Boogie Trem-o-verb and a Peavey 6505, again, though multiple cabs.

    And, as if that weren't enough, I've done 14 different bi-amp profiles. There are various combinations of amps/cabs, such as the Trem-o-verb through the Marshall cab blended with the Uberschall through the Bogner cab.

    All cabs were mic'd with an SM57 and Sennheiser 421 for consistency.…iezel-vh4-vr2-kemper-pack"]JPP Uberschall Vr.2…a-trem-o-verb-kemper-pack"]JPP Peavey 6505…/jpp-dual-amp-kemper-pack

    Audio clips can be found on the product pages. There is a HP filter at 70hz 18dD/oct and an LP filter at 12khz 18Db/oct, other than that, there is zero EQ on the guitar tracks.

    If purchased either the Uberschall Vr1 or Diezel Vr1 packs before December 1st, please email me at with your order number, and I'll send you a discount code for the updated packs.

    Thanks for taking a look!

    The gain levels vary from profile to profile, but there's quite a wide range. Besides the "Rhythm Pack," featuring the EVH, Ecstasy or Bassman, there are versions of every amp channel with and without a Maxon OD808 boost. The VH4, Uberschall and Randall profiles, at their most high-gain, are almost maxed, but there's still a lot of room to add gain, if needed. All of the profiles clean up quite nicely when the Kemper's gain knob is rolled back.

    Uberschall Profile gain levels:

    Channel 1 Gain: 0.0
    Channel 1 Boosted Gain: 3.2
    Channel 2 Gain: 7.2
    Channel 2 Boosted Gain 8.9
    I hope this helps, feel free to email me directly for more info:

    Glad you guys enjoy them, they seem to be going over quite well! There's some more amps up at the webstore, and more in the pipeline.

    I'm calling in all sorts of favors to profile as much as I can. Hoping to get my hands on an Elmwood Modena M90 soon, which should be fun.

    Head on over to the store to check them out:

    I just added a Bogner Uberschall (#60!) and Randall RM100 Plexi and SL+ profiles.

    There's too much info to list in one post without cluttering up the board, so either head to the store or to my soundcloud page:

    And if you'd be willing to give my Facebook page a like, it would be much appreciated!!

    In the audio samples, the HP/LP was done with the stock ProTools 7-band EQ.

    In the actual profiles, there is a shelving eq with -12db at 70hz (or thereabout, I cannot remember the exact frequency) that comes activated as stock in one of the slots after the "Rig." This is not present in the profiles without a cabinet, as the specific frequency and type of EQ or filter will be cabinet-dependent.

    Well, it looks like I was able to get another pack live quicker than I thought I would:

    JPP Diezel VH4 Kemper Pack

    2007 Diezel VH4 with EL34's
    Maxon OD808
    Rivera K412

    These profiles were captured at my facility, Glasswall Productions, in Geneva, IL. There are two “blocks” of ten profiles; one block with a Rivera K412 Vintage 30 cabinet, and one block without a cabinet. The second block, labelled “JJP NOCAB...” is meant for use with a cabinet IR, so please keep that in mind. All profiles were refined with a Seymour Duncan JB in a PRS Mike Mushok Baritone guitar, and are aimed towards heavy rock and metal rhythm and lead work.

    The First Block:

    This was captured via a Rivera K412 with two SM57's and one Sennheiser 421 on the cab. These were run through Neve Portico 5012 preamps and Digidesign converters. The 3 mics were balanced to a drum and bass mix, summed, and sent back to the Kemper.

    The Second Block:

    This was captured via a Countryman Type 85 DI box, post poweramp/pre-cabinet, and sent back to the Kemper. These were tested with several different cabinet IR's. It is suggested that you use a cabinet IR that does not have any poweramp coloration in the response, since the profile already has the poweramp coloration from the Diezel. The tone and gain controls remained the same for this block and the first

    Each block contains the following variations:

    - Channel 1
    - Channel 1 Bright
    - Channel 1 Bright with Maxon OD808
    - Channel 2
    - Channel 2 Bright
    - Channel 2 Bright with Maxon OD808
    - Channel 3
    - Channel 3 with Maxon OD808
    - Channel 4
    - Channel 4 with Maxon OD808

    Head on over to the product page for the Diezel VH4 profiles:

    Here are some samples of the profiles:…/sets/jjp-diezel-vh4-pack

    NOTE: Besides a HP filter at 70hz-18dB/oct and a LP filter at 10khz-18dB/oct and whatever 2Buss processing is going on, there is nothing done to these profiles. This is exactly what you'll be getting.

    As always, thanks for looking, and I hope whoever grabs these really enjoys them!

    I'm pleased to announce the release of one of several upcoming Kemper packs. These are posted for an introductory price of $11USD for all 8 profiles.

    This is our Rhythm pack, and it's geared towards heavy rock/metal rhythm and overdub work.

    All 4 amps were run though a 4x12 EVH cabinet, mic'd with one SM57 and one Sennheiser 421 and summed together.
    The Profiles:

    EVH 5150III 50-Watt head (tone controls set to noon)
    -Blue Channel
    -Red Channel

    Bogner Ecstasy 101B head (tone controls set to noon)
    -Green Channel (clean tone)
    -Blue Channel (rhythm tone)
    -Red Channel (lead tone)

    Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier
    -Red Channel, set to Vintage

    '68 Fender Bassman
    -Channel 1 (Light Drive)
    -Channel 2 (Crunch)

    Head on over to the product page to grab the profiles:…ct/jjp-rhythm-kemper-pack

    And check out the Soundcloud playlist for samples of the profiles:…ts/jjp-rhythm-kemper-pack
    Thank you, and I hope you enjoy the profiles.

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    NOTE: Besides a HP filter at 70hz-18dB/oct and a LP filter at 10khz-18dB/oct and whatever 2Buss processing is going on, there is nothing done to these profiles. This is exactly what you'll be getting.