Warp factor 11 .... .....
These are great ! Possibly the best (certainly one of the best) combo out there .... like you said 'sounds killer' .....
Have a bump
I have (but don't currently use) a Palmer Macht 402.
It's an I.E.C.1u SS stereo specialised guitar amp.
2 x 200w @ 4 ohms,
2 x 100w @ 8ohms
2 x 50w @ 16 ohms.
1 x 400 w Bridged mode @ 8 ohms
Just been testing my connection again and it seems the latching mechanism of the KPA socket is the culprit and not the plastic connector.
Will have to find a new socket.
Still, it would have been better if the Kemper socket was designed to accept a Neutrik - like the remote already has.
Finally found one in the UK.
Neutriks on both ends and is cheaper than anything else I've seen.
£12 for 5m and free Postage ...
Edit: Hmmm ... won't fit the KPA end - looks like only the plastic type will work
I'm now on my second stock one that powers the remote. The Neutrik connection is great but the plastic one that connects to the Kemper doesn't make good contact anymore .....
Are ones available with Neutrik connectors on both ends ? A more flexible cable would be a bonus, too ....
The first"light guage" I remember trying was after reading Clapton or Green using a banjo string for the top E, dropping the E to the B and then B to the G .....
I then tried all the 7,8,9, guages but have happily lived with 11's since the 70's. Like tone, It's all in the fingers
+1 ...... especially to get in the Dytronics tri-stereo chorus ballpark (or even the Dimension D rack)
From page 179 of the Kemper main manual v7 is a diagram showing an example of steps and harmonised voices.
The steps are the chromatic intervals of the chosen scale, whereby Step 0 is the tonic (in this case Ab) Step 1 would be A , Step 2 would be Bb, all the way up to step 11 which is G.
Hope that makes it clearer .....
seems to me like straightforward F minor harmonized with an octave + third above
Which gives you the same end result, but I find the pitch tracking is not perfectly stable and finger vibrato, glissando or string bending can easily confuse the fretted notes harmony ...
That's why, for me, a user scale whereby you neutralise the unused notes, works better for me ...
Hello, after a quick listen it is a fairly straightforward major and minor third sequence for the opening riff.
I assume you will play the fundamental.
In this instance, choose User scale 1 + 1 Oct and set the key to Ab/Fm.
Going in to Edit Scale 1, you'll see the associated steps and the intervals which you need to input
Step 1 = 4
Step 6 = 4
Step 8 = 4
Step 10 = 3
Edit all the unused Steps to 0 (to avaoid any false harmony triggering)
Hope this helps .....
I have the Red Sound RS LG-12 but didn't know they did a neo either .... However the 'normal' one sounds great and coaxed me away from my favourite EVM 12L
Hank Marvin had the first Fender Strat in the UK. Cliff Richard bought it for him after the US embargo was lifted for 'luxury goods'.
One of Mark Knopfler's and countless others inspiration to pick up a guitar ....
Just tested my Moog EP-3, and with the side pot on maximum, there is approx 1/8" (3mm) 'slack' at the heel but then smooth from 0 -127 toe down.
The side pot's range can, of course, be adjusted from cc values 0 - 127.
I found the Moog EP-3 to be excellent. A good (plastic) build and possibly the cheapest available. Polarity switch and fine-tune of the level control.
They were around £40 new are usually less than £30 used ...
Hmmm ..... bamboo fretboard
Regarding the pickups, reminds me of a Dan Armstrong plexiglass I used to have
Thank you !
I 'see' what you mean !
The protector looks good If only something can be found to magnify when laid flat ....