Posts by wedewer

    Ok, final new song from the same sessions I posted above. Once again. All Kemper and all MBritt. Pretty much the same profiles as above. 65 champ. 69 Marshall and LDW on the solo. There is also an MBritt AC30 in there to give the chugging part a little more punch. This time we added the green screamer on the solo because the LDW is super thick sounding and we needed it to cut through everything that was going on underneath it, and we wanted it to give it a little bit of a fuzz or hair. The solo is at the end in the jam part.



    Here is another one we just released yesterday from the same sessions. All guitars Kemper. All Mbritt profiles. I can't remember all the profiles we used but I do know that the cleaner rhythm guitars are once again the 65 champ. Most of the dirtier guitars are the Mbritt 69 Marshall and once again the solo is the LDW 2.2 from his first pack. I think there is an AC15 profile on this one somewhere as well. None of the profile's are tweaked. I never tweak profiles for recording or live. I just go through them until I find the one that works and use it. I ended up using the LDW 2.2 for all the solos on the 4 songs. Something about that profile is magic when I record with it. Solo is the profile straight with no stomps in front.

    My band is releasing new music. All guitars done with Kemper. All MBritt profiles. All the rhythm guitars on this track are his 65champ and the slide solo is his LDW 2.2 from pack one. Outro has his 69 Marshall profile for the more gainy guitar.



    Demoing a new song for my band July Fighter last night. Decided to give the solo section a couple passes. Got out my 335 and even though I am a “marshall guy” I decided to give the 3rd power AD black 4 profile a shot because I am absolutely loving these new 3rd power “fender” profiles from the 2020 pack with humbuckers. I just put on whatever drive Michael put with the profile and his delay setting as well. Not tweaks.



    I got the 2020 pack. Unfortunately with my wife working from home, she has taken over the desk and the computer in my studio/office. So I have to try and disconnect all of her stuff to play during the week and then I have it during the weekend. So I haven't spent a large around of time with all the profiles, but I can tell you this pack is spectacular. So initially, here are the 3 profiles that I absolutely love.


    68 Mars-7 I am a Marshall guy and Mike's 70SL3 has been my main gigging profile for years. This profile is absolutely spectacular. Great bite and it's very "woody" with my R9. It reminds me of the Germino Lead55's I have played and the Germino Massonette I owned.


    T Royalty - 2-5 With my Es335 this profile is one of the best sounding if not the best sounding AC Profiles I have played. It's punchy and jangly and all the things that make a loud AC30 so great, but it's not quite as brittle on the top end. Which I love


    3P- AD brown6- I just spent the last hour with this profile and my R9. Its absolutely incredible. With a Les Paul and humbuckers it sounds like an early marshall. The pick attack is amazing and it has the punch of a real speaker moving air. Think real early zz top. I have a feeling I am gonna spend the rest of the weekend on just this profile alone.

    Ok, at this point I just want to load what's in my rack, into my stage. On the KPA facebook page, a guy said he just made a backup of the rack on a usb stick, stuck it into the stage and hit "restore". When I stick the USB into the stage it offers me the backup on the usb stick, but when I click restore, it says "restoring from back up" but the progress bar never moves and end up having to pull the stick and unplug the unit it to get it out of that state. Any suggestions?

    My questions are two fold. First, I am trying to import rigs from rack to my new stage. It was suggested I save them to a usb stick and export and import them. Most of them are performance rigs, so I saved them to the pool and then exported them to a usb stick. It was a total of about 14 rigs. When I put the usb stick in the stage and did import, it only imported 2 new rigs and said that either rigs were already in the browse pool or I had reached by rig limit. Is there something wrong with my rig names, since most began as MBritt profiles, so the stage sees them as similar or the same? I tried renaming a few but that didn't work. Is there another way using rig manager to accomplish what I want to accomplish?


    Second, when I watched the tone junkie video, it shows the scrolling button as being touch sensitive. Mine doesn't do that. It pushed down and scrolls just fine, but I don't see any reaction when I just touch it.

    I have been using Mike's profiles for 4-5 years now. From day one of getting my Kemper. Now I finally get a chance to try them on recordings. I have been blown away by the tones I am getting and how easy this has made tracking guitars. The best part is, I can focus on trying to write and play the best parts and don't have to waste any time trying to get the best tones, because I have them at the touch of the space bar. In this video, all the rhythm guitars are my Les Paul jr and my tele through one of Mike's 65 Champ profiles. I think its in the vintage pack. The lead tone is the LDW 2.2 from pack 1 or 2. Not a single tweak to the profiles. These are the profiles as I downloaded them.


    Great playing and great tones. All I use it Mbritt profiles but I have never used the 69 Marshall profile live. I have the pack. Are there any tweaks to that profile or is it straight out of the box?

    I ran into Mike at NAMM a few weeks ago and during out conversation he mentioned he went back and rediscovered his old /13 LDW profile. He talked about how much louder it was for some reason and how big it sounded. The guy I was with at NAMM actually owns that same amp and I know its a great amp. It's like a tube rectified early JMP from 70's. We compared it to his Suhr Sl68 and his JCM800 and seemed to sit right in the middle of those two tone wise. Anyway I went back and tried the profile. I realized why I passed it up. It had too much sizzle for my humbuckers for my taste. So this time I tried it with my single p90 Les Paul Jr. and I think it's absolutely killer.



    Loved the song, thanks for sharing that! :-)


    Man I don't know how you play WAH left footed! I'd fall down! LOL!!!

    Thanks for the kind words.

    Even though I am right handed, I am left footed and I hold a hockey stick lefty for some reason. Don’t ask me why

    Here is a song from my original band July Fighter from last friday. Profile is the 70' 100 watt marshall SL3 from Pack 2. It's still my number 1 favorite marshall profile of all time. No tweaking of the profile. I don't touch Mike's profiles. I use them as is. I either like the profile or I don't. My experience is that Mike has them dialed in just right for live use, so I don't touch them. Wah is the kemper crybaby, tweaked to sound as close to my Real McCoy Custom RMC -10 as I could get it. The best wah I have ever played. Leads have green screamer in stop section and I have the pure boost in "x" spot for volume boost.


    I've been using the new Grab'n'Go pack and it is amazing! I'm absolutely in love with the Wooly Coats’ Extra Spanky profiles. They've quickly moved to several slots in my live performances. Thank you so much Michael Britt (lonestargtr)!

    I love the new Wooly Coats profiles in the grab and go back. It has become my go to clean and low gain tone. What did it replace. The mbritt 3rd power blackface profile(don't ask me which one, I can't remember. but also a great profile). The Wooly Coats 3 profile with a Les Paul is absolutely huge sounding.