I have pure cabinet always on all the time.
Use pure cabinet.
Use an EQ after the stacksection
Check the cables
Turn on cab when using frfr and phones
Turn off cab when using guitarcab
Use pure cabinet (works die me)
Try something else...
Is there a certain guitarsound that is used in praise and worship? Is this sound much different than any other style?
I think the Kemper sounds sounds better than Helix.
I update directly from the computer, without a stick.
A line6 hd500x works really well. You can turn every individual stomp on or off. This I find very important.
The expressionpedal can be used with two different fx (not simultaniously). I use it for volume and wah.
I just got the TC Electronic Mimic Doubler for playing stereo. When rehearsing with IEM it sounds great. Nevertheless, due to Corona I did not yet have a chance to play it live. So I don't know the opinion of the buttonman and how he wil put it in the mix.
Tried a little gig with my acoustic guitar with Kemper and Mimic. That sounded very okay in my ears.
My Line6 HD500X-floorboard is dying. I'm looking for a new midiboard to control the Kemper.
With the Line6 I can turn every stomp on or off in Rigmode.
Within a bank I can switch between 4 rigs/presets.
And ofcourse I can switch between banks.
This is the way I play live.
I like it that I can switch every stomp on or off.
I'm looking at the FCB1010. Looks fine to me, but all I can find is that you can switch only 5 stomps per rig instead of all 8. Is this true? Or can the FCB1010 switch every stomp on and off? Can the FCB do what the Line6 does? Does the wah need an switch to be turned on/off or can it be switched on by moving the pedal (so there are still 5 stomps left to assign to other stomps)?
I play in browser-mode. Don't really know the advantage of performance-mode.
I use a Line 6 pedalboard for midi-changes. Within a preset there are several fx that I can turn on or off.
I use pure cab alot. I use it above 5.0. I don't see why people are negative about it. Getting the high shift a little down and the treble/présence up. I like it.
I totally agree without GForce. Lowering the mids/adding high and low is great when playing alone (awesome with headphones). In a bandsituation you'd better add more mid to your sound. It makes you cut through the mix.
I always keep it on. Very high actually: 7.5.