I think I'm going to wait until 3.0 is tried and true before buying anymore profiles. Not sure it's worth purchasing some new ones yet.
Wow... Hatefest in the house.
I had an axe fx ultra. Was nice.
Bought the Kemper and the ultra was sold in 1 week. Haven't played through Axe 2, but with the Kemper, I have no desire to look elsewhere.
It's personal preference, folks!
Zhangbucker custom wound.
Take awhile to get a set, but it's worth waiting for them
to be hand wound to your specs.
All humbuckers for me with his "splat" option for coil tapping partial into the 2nd coil.
Almost all my guitars have 5 way super mega switches or push-pull switches for coil tapped tones.
I've purchased about 22 bundles from Armin and I love the mass pile of profiles
for each amp bundle.
I also have very useful bundles from TAF, Top Jimi, etc.
It's a great problem to have too many amp profiles to choose from, isn't it?
I'd hate to try to add up the costs of all these individual amps that I tote around
on my computer/dropbox/Kemper
I've owned a TON of amps plus digital modelers/multi-effects. I am home...
I had an Axe FX Ultra as well. While it was nice, It hit Craigslist about 2
weeks after I received my Kemper.
Thanks to everyone that has provided us with both pro/commercial as well
as free profiles. Everyone is creating a library for each user to pick their
most favorite tones across the globe! Rock on!
I've owned Fractal products and a boat load of tube amps and digital processors. Hands down, my Kemper is the most versatile and high quality sounding device I've ever used. I always tweak my profiles I've downloaded or purchased to taste.
I've used the Kemper into both FRFR and guitar cabs and have no trouble obtaining my favorite tones.
You can't go wrong.
Have to go with the Wah's in the Input to free up a slot, and the ability
to add the EQ's to the output section. Then the 8 effects slots become
a lot more powerful being able to add 2 more that are not wah/EQ.
Cool beans! Appreciate the info and your efforts, my friend!
My other guitarist is dying for some really good Paisley tones.
We'll switch guitars on those since he's a better country picker than
me. These are the benefits of two lead guitarists that get along well and have
two distinctly different styles!
Yours is still very nice!
Did Andy ever profile the amp yet?