man Marco Sflogi is a pro player,he can play anything.
Kee Marcello awesome guitar player!!
thank you Eric!!!
i cant find it on the RE
thank you,i`ll give it a shoot!!
this one sound awesome Cornford RK100 #1
thank for sharing buddy,sound awesome!!!
i saw Andy Timmons when he released his first solo cd in a music store in Mcallen Texas,he was very nice to all the people in his guitar clinis
most of the time a listen AOR/Melodic Hard Rock,sometimes i like to listen Heavy Metal or Gothic Metal.
Ok here is another, its my personal lead sound that I've just updated now using firmware 5.0 so I now only one delay slot rather than two to pull this off.
It borrows a lot from the mid 80's LA session vibe, think Dann Huff, Steve Lukather, Michael Landau, Tim Pierce and like on stuff like Michael Bolton and Cher basically any pop rock type stuff......I may be a metaller but I've always loved all that stuff too before anyone throws any abuse haha.
A trick the guitarists or the mix engineers used to use a lot was to send a slapback delay of moderate feedback and level into a stereo ping pong delay in series, this creates more "air" and a feeling of reverb around the notes. We can do this quite easy using the new Serial TwoTap Delay.
Type: Serial TwoTap Delay
Delay 1 Time: 584ms
Delay 2 Ratio: 48.9%
Mix Serial: -2.0
Delay Ratio Serial: 13.6%
Feedback Sync: Unchecked
Feedback Serial: 40%
Low Cut: 20.6 Hz
High Cut: 33488.1 Hz
Reverse Mix: 0%
Flutter Intensity: 0.0
Flutter Rate: 0.0
If you are wondering why the bizarre ratios:
48.9% of 584ms is just over 6ms less than being 292ms which is 50% for the perfect ping pong delay time. I find that offsetting one side by say 6ms is enough to reduce or stop any phasing that may occurring with the repeats when summed to mono through a mono guitar cabinet.
The serial feedback of 13.6% is to make a slapback delay of exactly 80ms to feed into the ping pong part of the delay.
Hope you enjoy and try a longer delay time on Delay Time 1 if you like for slower material but remember the serial delay ratio will need to dop accordingly or you will loose the short slapback effect and end up hearing a more audible delay being fed to the ping pong, which is what you probably don't want.
thank you for sharing your delay settings
thank you dpeter95
could be cool if support can answer the OP question.
omg after reading all posts about the Kemper Stage issues i got a bit scared,i bought mine used from a guy on the thegearpage forum
thank you guys!!
thank you for sharing
hello there guys!!!i just bought my kemper stage last week and im super happy with this unit,now i need to start learning how to make profiles on this awesome machine.