Posts by Steve5478

    Hello à tous,


    Je suis embêté (une fois de plus) avec mon Stage.

    Je l'ai déjà renvoyé 4 fois chez Kemper pour divers problèmes (bouton, écran 1 fois, écran 2ème édition, buzz)....

    Ils ont finis par me l'échanger mais le tout nouvel exemplaire que je viens de recevoir buzz à nouveau (idem dernier problème avec l'ancien).

    Je dois faire pleins d'essais et leur envoyer des vidéos.

    Avant, je n'avais pas du tout ces problèmes de Buzz qui sont vraiment présents aujourd'hui (et qui me prennent bien la tête :cursing:).

    Le support pense que j'ai des problèmes d'installation électrique (en salle de répète ça buzz aussi, au passage) et me demande éventuellement de faire l'essai avec un stabilisateur de courant. Je n'en ai pas et ne souhaite pas forcément investir et faire des aller-retours chez les marchands pour leur rendre un matos qui m'aura servi d'essai....:rolleyes:


    Une des demandes du support serait également de demander à un pote ayant un stage de venir comparer "at home".

    Je pense également que ça lèverai tout doute si, en face à face, l'autre fonctionnait nickel et le miens Buzzerait à mort.

    Je ne connais personne dans mes amis qui tourne avec un profiler, aussi, le test serait probant de comparer deux profiler (le miens +) celui d'une âme charitable sur mon installation avec le même matériel.


    Voilà, je lance une bouteille à la mer ;(, si vous habitez proche de Versailles, que vous avez un profiler (quel qu'il soit, on va pas faire la fine bouche, le problème devrait être théoriquement le même avec un Rack ou un Head...) et que ça vous dit de perdre un peu de temps autour d'une binouze, parler musique et histoire de m'enlever une sacrée épine du pied, vous serez les bienvenus !!!! :thumbup:


    Tschuss !!!!

    Les headrush adoptent la philosophie enceinte sono (FRFR).

    J'avais personnellement les Yamaha DBR10 qui tiennent bien la route (mais les headrush n'existaient pas à l'époque)....

    J'imagine que votre groupe à au moins une table et une sono sur laquelle tu peux te brancher ?!

    Tu peux investir dans une petite enceinte (mais qui envoie quand même du 8"/10/12"), légère et peu encombrante pour des petites prestations et te plugger dans la table pour des concerts plus conséquents.

    Sinon, avec la sortie du Kone/Kabinet, je ne saurai que trop conseiller cet achat pour avoir vraiment le son d'un ampli....Plus gros concert ; ça servira de retour sur scène et la sono servira pour le public ! ;)

    De rien ! ;) You're welcome !

    On all the modelers i had, i have disliked the headphone's sound...The kemper is the best i've tried but still prefer a sound coming from a speaker ! :thumbup:

    To answer the second point, you can assign three effects per buttons on and off, i wanna mean, for exemple ; one delay on, a reverb on and a chorus off. If you tap on the switch, the delay will be off, as the reverb and the chorus on. You can clear the link between the effect by the same way you've added it to the stomp.....

    I've got the same problem.

    I've done it with a brush, i assume it would be better with a spray bomb. On the other way, we were warned that the result could be bad by Kemper ;):P||

    The best way would be a tissue with Kemper's logo embroidered we could sew on the grill. It would more detailed too like the one on the Kabinet.

    Oui, il faut aller dans le système menu pour paramétrer le rôle des différentes pédales.

    (j'ai un peu galérer parce que j'ai un stage et il y a un bouton dédié pedal).

    I've bought a BAM 200 too, to go with a self made 1-12" Kabinet.

    It's loud enough in this configuration.


    I've seen someone tested the real wattage and said that it was closer to 130/150W than 200W they announce. I've not tried it in rehearsal yet 'cause of confinement (neither gigs of course). But i assume it'll be alright. :evil::thumbup:

    If you have 16 Ohms instead of 4, you have to divide this power, i don't know if it's gonna be enough in your case....:?:

    I'm wondering if it would be ok as far as matching up ohms, I think the JC-120 is 2 60-watt amps powering 2 8ohm speakers normally, and the Kone is 4ohms, will this be OK?

    If it's not intended to work with a less resistance you should not do so, your amplifier risk of burning out. You can do the opposit : having a 16Ohms speaker instead of a 8, 4, etc.....

    As many said, you should start with adjusting pickups height to hear if it changes something for you.


    I’ve changed PU of three guitars. I’ve done it on a Fender Strat and a gibson first. In fact, even if i'm pretty sure it has improved things when i did it, i can’t tell if it was a revolution as they weren’t guitars i used to play frequently.

    The last one was a michael Kelly patriot (my avatar) with the cheapest factory PU (Rockfield SWC, Zebra Colored), there are other better versions with seymour P-Rail or bare knuckles but i haven’t the choice ‘cause a used one (and this guitar is really hard to find here).

    I really didn’t like these PU. I’ve decided to buy as before a set to a man who made them himself with american parts. I’ve decided to keep the pull function for the split HB. I took a pair of humbuckers Alnico 4. In short, it was night and day !!!! The guitar was transformed. I really love it now.


    Beyond that, even if it improves the sound, it’s hard to give advices. It depends on what you like, the music you play, etc..... There are so many kinds of PU (even in passive form) and taste in nature, that we can not oriented you to a specific PU model


    My last acquisition is a Charvel DK24 and i feel that the PU are gonna changed too :);)

    Hello Spikey,

    I’ve seen you have same devices i have (or had).

    I really wanted to answer to the OP. Before the Kabinet, i should have advised the PC+ too.

    I had a Helix LT before which was really an awesome duo with the PC.

    I’ve sold it to buy a Stage. When it arrived, i’ve tried it with the PC+. For me, the most benefit of the Powercab is the ability to bring this « amp in the room » with the insides speaker models. With Helix, i used to play all my presets in this mode and, as you said, in live, i could plug it from the PC+, XLR output directly to the mixing table (in this case, as you know, there’s a mic simulation). When i tried the PC with my stage, the difference between the speaker modelling and the FRFR raw mode wasn’t so huge for me that i didn’t want to program all my rig to have midi commands. So i use to play it in FRFR raw mode.

    With the Kabinet (or self-made Kabinet ), you can do things the same way that with the Pc+. You can plug your monitor out into the Kabinet amplifier. If you want no return from this device, just turn the volume knob down. On the other path, you can go from Main XLR output to the mixing table....

    I’ve done some test with the imprints and Rigs from Tone Junkie in FRFR mode. The sound is really, really close (of course with the mic’d simulation). I think, i’m gonna go this way. The Kabinet on one side and the Rig in FRFR mode (of course) to the mix.

    I think that the Powercab is not the best solution nowadays (and surely not the cheapest one compared to Kabinet) to have this amp in the room with a Kemper device. It’s more logical to have a Kabinet and use the imprint mode.

    I have not tried it yet (cause my PC+ is away) but i should be curious to know how The PC+ would behaved in Imprint mode.