I have sometimes same issue. I turn the faulty button few times and it fix the problem for a (long) time.
Did they use cab section or real cab?
So it would be clearer to have 1 amp profile and several cab presets.
TwoNotes already call I'd DynIR. It would be great to include their technology into the kemper.
I would be great to have same technology than Two Notes products.
For me, cab and mic have more impact on the sound than the amp itself.
I dream for a long time about the oc3 function.
That's the only pedal connected to my kemper, impossible to avoid it.
I have two outputs on my guitar: magnetic and piezo.
First slot is effect loop to have alternate input and second is comp.
It would be great to assign more than two slots. Or having alternate input in global settings (like aux input) to free a slot.
What about other instruments? Piano, brass, violin... Guitarists are the only ones who tweak their sound, no?
I see the keeper like a synth. I provide a great sound and I trust the sound guy. I always have the same sound on my Inears.
I hope it will improve the guitarist performances.
I already asked this feature few years ago.
Like the polymode of a boss oc3?
I have "stereo" in but mono out, so mimiq, stereo widener or double tracker won't help on output.
Same in Belgium.
Lots of heads and racks in second hand.
I suppose some people prefer playing gear instead of guitar.
Instead of mimiq, do you think it would be possible to "widen" the sound with some kind of delay between the to signals?
By adding a delay in slot B (with parallel path) or with a pedal with a very short delay in one the two inputs?
You give me an idea. Instead of using a expression pedal (which takes place and can move during a show), I could use a pot wired to a stereo jack.
I'm not very familiar with expression pedal and morphing. Can you asing two expression pedals to two eq frequency in same eq slot?
Thanks for the quick answer.
I also have feedback issues with my Godin Multiac guitars. I use 3 guitars: a nylon, a steel and a baritone.
I set a para eq in slot X but it's not easy to set up especially when you have just few minutes for your check.
It's not easy to find the right frequency, sometimes you have several. They are different with according to the guitare. It would be great to have something like a notch effect in input section.
I play a lot solo to accompany a singer. My main guitar is a Godin Multiac HG Steel with dual output: one for acoustic and the other for magnetic pickup.
I have a good sound by using parallel path:
- Slot AB for alternate input (effect loop) with acoustic signal
- The rest for magnetic pickup with stack and effects.
As I'm the only instrument I was wondering if using TC Electronic Mimiq doubler before the kemper inputs could add something like thickness to the sound, a bigger sound?
I though to plug
- Guitar piezo to mimiq L input
- Guitar magnetic to mimiq R input
- Mimiq L ouput to alternate kemper input
- Mimiq R output to kemper main input
Kemper output is set to mono because of live use.
Moog EP3 for volume and Whammy, Cry baby modified into an expression for wah ( so uses the KPA wah but looks the same as a cry baby)..
Same for me. I removed the wha circuit and and put a stereo jack.
I still use the boss in a loop. The only pedal I use.
I never succeeded with eq, octaver.
I really need this feature too.