I built a clone of the original Dynacomp circuit and I love the tone in front of just about anything. Basic "always on" setting Tiny bit or No sensitivity and output for slight boost.
I've struggled too long with the amp compression or the effect itself to get anything that has that Squash with the crystal clean tone of a Dynacomp or less extent a Ross. So I use my Wampler Ego(a really nice one also) in front of my Lunchbox.
Could we get a simple 2 knob compressor that has those qualities instead of the "fizzy" sound I get from the built-in complex one?
can't hear your voice it's buried in the mix and muffled.
Yeah I like to compare mine in another room where my studio monitors are
I have to join in with the Chorus since there seems to be obvious issues with the current version of Rig Manager and (I hope) they are aware of this.
I have owned a Kemper for 6 years now and this is the worst shape Rig Manager has ever been in!
Please fix it fast! I can't rename Rigs amongst other problems.
Is there anyway to go to a previous version?
Found this cool Ampeg SVT in the Legacy Collection and it was just what I was looking for the "Sticky Fingers" tone. This one is set for "Can't you Hear Me Knockin" with LP.
It's "Hear Me Knockin" in Rig Exchange.
I also adopted a little friend recently that has kept me company during this lonely times.
sorry for that earlier comment, I've been stuck inside too much and if it wasn't for music I would have probably lost my mind by now.
The pick question was prompted because I've been recording more songs lately and it's amazing the stuff you hear when you record and analyze everything (especially your voice), but the pick really mattered. My smooth picks that never fall out of my hand didn't sound as good as the textured nylon ones which I can't seem to keep a hold of.
Maybe I'll try a dab of superglue
Please delete post, this was a stupid question, I'm an idiot.
THANK YOU KEMPER!!
For all the whining I've done in the past about the interface and software, this is a BIG DEAL. That effects menu is a thing of beauty. With 2 knobs you can zoom in quickly for a preset.
props to all the engineers working to make the Kemper better.
One Day At a Time Mate!
Everyday I can get outa bed is a good day
And I decided to see how Kemper would like it. It's called and AC Tone. I noticed others had profiled it but not like I did all cranked up.
It sounds pretty cool, Kinda Brian Mayish.
If you want to check it out it is called
Gotcha , so I need to put it in front of my amp and dial it in, and then I would capture the amp with preamp in front in a profile
Interesting I did not know that I have a preamp box that is very unique and essential to my Gretsch tones.
... and everyone knows you always need more cowbell!
Great to see you back, Jen.
I've been MIA also doing "analog stuff"(see below), but I popped in occasionally to see if you were back.
Great to see you back also!
Maybe I'm doing something wrong but I always seem to be futzing more with levels when I go analog, but with SPDIF most of the profiles don't distort from too much level.
I also like having less cables, I'm just a home studio player always through the same setup. 2 cables for SPDIF will take care of most of my needs and save some inputs for mics and cowbells.
For any Brian Setzer fans, I've uploaded a profile called
Prince Brownie DB
The DB stands for DynoBrain which is a stompbox preamp just like the one used in his Space Echo. I know the profile is not a 63 Bassman but that preamp is a big part of his tone and sounds great in front of any Fender amp.
It's currently dialed in for a Tele. Use the definition to adjust for your guitar, such as a Gretsch you'd turn it up to around 7.
Finally got around to profiling my most favorite practice amp. The Fender Princeton 65 reissue with the 10' Jensen Alnico speaker.
There's quite a few different Princeton's already on the Rig Exchange but I thought I'd give myself a "shout out" because I'm pleased with how these have turned out.
I successfully translated the joy I have playing this amp to profiles. They are called.
Prince Brownie CLN
Prince Brownie DIRT
TopJimi has some profiles of a 63 Bassman (the one with the 6g6 circuit that Brian uses) that sound nice. But the real key to his tone (besides his chops) is the preamp in the Space Echo. It's like a HiFi preamp and makes every note stand out.
I use a DynoBrain in front of my Kemper with this profile and that's it! Now just many years of practice....