Price drop - now £1,250.
Superb condition and fully working non-powered Kemper ‘lunchbox’ profiler head and remote.
Comes with the official floor remote, power cable, an upgraded Van Damme RJ45 connection cable, carry case for the remote and carry case for the head, as well as hundreds of commercial profiles.
Selling due to moving on to the Axe FX3 / Quad Cortex.
UK only please - £1250, including delivery. Payment via PayPal friends and family (unless you're happy paying the extra percentage to cover the fees).
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ok .... I've been looking for a decent slash profiler for years with no luck what so ever then yesterday I purchased this Pack and let me tell you this is by far the most f***ing amazing thing I' ve ever tried on my Kemper !! thank you Top Jimi this is the best xmas gift I could expect to receive this year!!
(ps: try the tj slash 04 velvet with sweet child o mine ....absolutely amazing )
Sollazzon I have the Caswell as well , I ll be honest I didn't personally love that but this one for me is a whole new game , I d give it a go if I was you
See, I feel the opposite; the Caswell AFD is a lot more 'Slash' than this pack, IMO. Not saying it's a bad pack at all - far from it - but for me, the Caswell is much better.
Cannot WAIT to try these - love the Caswell AFD pack (that's my go-to sound for all patches); nobody has been able to get the Illusion era tone, so will be interesting to see how these fare...
Just purchased them - cheers Jimi!
Personally, I'm a massive TJ advocate. I use pretty much his profiles exclusively when gigging (remember gigs? Yeah, me too....), and still have a studio EQ in my chain to remove anything under about 100Hz, and anything over around 8kHz.
You may want to try the Caswell AFD profiles as well..... they're fantastic!
Yeah, next update is called 'Quad Cortex', released in November...
I've only just noticed, but on my Kemper Remote, when I press the Tap Tempo button it turns the pedal in Slot 1 on - no matter which performance I'm in.
Anyone else having this issue?
It's not setting a tempo either...!
There are plenty of advantages to both. I’m glad I ended up picking the one with the upgrade plan that didn’t require buying something new every few years.
And the one that doesn't have the toxic fanbase and the owner who's a complete jerk.
That’s not my vocals though, I’m afraid.... I’m just the guitars!
OK, just recorded a rough take on another song, and tried to get the levels of each instrument and vocals right before mixdown. Then using LANDR to create a master mix version - but I've no idea which is better!
Would you guys suggest verion 1 or 2?
Just realised I can download the parts for the backing tracks individually....! D'oh.
Will be doing that for the next few, so I can adjust them independently in the mix.
Longer path involving more A/D and D/A conversions?
The lower the quality of your interface, the more-apparent this difference will be. Spend over $1000 US and you'll likely be able to send the signal through the A/D and D/A stages a dozen times consecutively before you notice anything. Spend $200 or less and a difference might be noticed after only a few, or even one trip. I'm generalising of course; there are exceptions in both price ranges.
This is assuming that you haven't inadvertently applied some sort of plugin processing that's degraded the signal.
Don't think it's that - using a Focusrite 18i8 2nd Gen interface, and no plugins on the track.
Have been using the Kemper via SPDIF at 96kHz, but also tried 44.1 and 48.
Trying to record some more tunes, and I've noticed the recorded sounds are more compressed and gainy than the sounds I'm getting via the monitors; any idea why that might be?
Cheers guys - it’s a backing track so I can’t alter the individual parts unfortunately 😕
I’ve recorded my first ever track - all guitars are via the Kemper and Studio One. Quite a steep learning curve, but happy with the end result!
Will be uploading more this week as well, as I’ve got a week off work. Constructive feedback is welcome
UPDATE - Seems to be the cable that was the issue. Changed it for another digital coax SPDIF cable and it sounds better now.
Now just need to work out how to re-amp.....!