Finally someone who knows how to use apostrophes. Rare in this day and age.
Pls lemme know what you think of the profiles. As you know, the current state of profiling is all about trial-and-error.
I'm not able to audition anything, and probably not for a while yet mate. Hopefully others will let you know how they go after playin' 'em.
Thank you, jdm.
Thank you, Justin!
I wonder if the OP will ever deliver?
Can't audition mate; sorry.
All I can think of is that if you've got the power-amp gain maxed-out, you could try running the regular drive as low as you can get away with sound-wise. IOW, below 3.
I think the issue with Profiling the combination-gain thing lies more with the power-amp side of things, so if you've got that cranked you may be disappointed.
Thank you, jdm.
You may have sacrificed some authenticity with the MV fully-cranked and the normal channel at 12 o'clock 'cause IIRC, with the channel's level at noon or higher, you'd probably have to set the master at around 4/10 or less due to the Kemper's difficulty in separating the two distortion behaviours over the full dynamic range. It's mentioned in the manual.
That said, if it sounds good, it is good. Thanks again man.
Welcome and congrats, LP.
Thank you, Renaud.
Well done, Renaud.
Say mate, where're the congas from?
Some decent variety in there, Don!
I've taken the liberty of posting a clip from each so folks can easily "sample" what you've been listening to, mate. Hope you don't mind.
Don added clips later, folks.
I always enjoy the NPR "sound" in this room; most bands sound very-good in here:
Hanno Busch Trio
Excellent stuff IMHO:
Jeffrey Lewis & The Voltage
Recent single, "LPs"
Wolfgang Muthspiel Trio
I love the atmosphere created here:
Glad to have been of service, Michael.
Let's just hope I got it right 'cause the guy in the clip's pretty-good and the last thing we'd want is to intimidate Andy!
Thank you, AJ.
Hope your hearing wasn't messed up for the session by the 'flu, mate.
Yup, same here Mud.
After a bunch of searching on YouTube I've managed to find this clip that seems to fit the limited criteria we have to go on (Andy & Robben Ford - no surname or song title, which would've helped tremendously). No mention of the Kemper or MBritt, but I think I've nailed it:
Thank you for sharing, Andy.
Thank you, Mick... again.
Thank you, Mick!
Congrats on the "acquisition", mate, and welcome from Down Under.
Hey, thank you for the detailed reply, Vinny.
Just need to get round to profiling all my amps now. Only done a bit of profile testing with a Mesa mk3 and my CAE 3+SE through a Mesa 295 power amp. Love this thing.
Awesome, man. Look forward to hearing how well you're able to capture 'em, mate.
Yehoash , you do realise that we've been asking to be able to download the Rig from an attachment here or an upload from the Rig Exchange, no?
Will you upload the rig?
please share them on rig exchange or per attachement
no rig on rigexchange, please share them, to have a chance to try them.
Maybe it's the ultimate slash profile
Yehoash Did you share the rig on rig exchange?
I'm unable to find it there
Sounds great man.. are you going to upload? Thanks
Please Upload it!
There's still nothing showing up in the RE when one searches for either the OP's user name / Christian name, surname or both.
In case anyone's confused, this is not the OP's Rig - just a recommendation from vjclaus (thanks mate).
All we know for sure so far is that it's a Marshall '87 Silver Jubilee:
If you did not profile the amp, please let us know what Rig(s) are you using?
If you made the profiles, please put them on the Rig Exchange, or attach a Zip file to a post.
I wonder if the tip of the TRS connector from your 'phones is more-triangular in shape and that a more-rounded one would've provided better contact, or vice-versa.