Did order the Larsball pack one day before the sales began. No worries....could still order the anniversary sales and include the Larsball pack in it. Very clientfriendly approach.
Great profile. Also great when I clean it up. Thank you!
Really great. Thanx.
Thanks you all for welcoming me.
Especially the 15 inch speaker in my Behringer gave me the warmth that I was looking for. I don't know if I can get that with a smaller speaker. I also tried a 10 inch Behringer that afternoon but it did not give me an inspiring sound. The 15 inch speaker gave me the bassy warmth (and you can turn it back) that I was looking for in a good jazz and (clean) blues tone. Regardless if I choose a Blues Junior profile or a Bassman or what else. Normally I use a Fender Twin Reverb 65 Reissue Blackface amplifier. I'm keen on a good tone. If there's no good tone my playing decreases. That Fender is a great amp (especially with the volume turned up) but the warmth and versatility (also at lower volumes) I got from my Kemper and that inexpensive 15 inch .....It was such a good surprise.
Hello Kemper users,
Since a week or so I own a Kemper. Great gear and it is almost impossible to stop playing. So many good and inspiring sounds that keep you buzzy. I would like to contribute but I'm not able to beat the professional profilers (bought some topJimi and some M Britt profiles) so I leave that up to them and enjoy their amd some great profiles via Rig Exchange.
But maybe the following advise could be helpfull. I play mainly blues and jazz (over 30 years) and therefore I'm in for clean tones. I've read several reviews about good ampifiers for the Kemper. I know that the Friedman, Yamaha and Atomic get great reviews and listening on you tube they sound great. Today I tried another amp. It was a Behringer B115D. I was surprised. With a 15 Inch speaker it gave a real warm tone. Warm overdriven profiles also sound well. Only tried if for half an hour but I liked it very much. I'm not experienced enough with metal sounds. The sound great in my headphone and are inspiring too but I am no metal player, so I can't advise you here.
But looking for clean, vintage or driven warm sounds you should consider a 15 inch active speaker like Behringer's but there are more contenders. They cost about 250-260 euro and for a warm clean tone, vintage amps they let you enjoy your Kemper so much more without breaking the bank.