This is a sound test for the Kemper Profiling Amp: the Profile is a Peavey Invective boosted by a Fortin 33 pedal. I’m running it into an Alto Black 10” Active Monitor.

Real quick cover of the Ray Charles tune, Georgia. I used my 2001 Taylor 914CE to test out a new hand carved wooden pick from Forever Pick. I am using the Purpleheart Jazz iii shaped pick in this clip.

Using my little ditto looper for a rhythm track and playing a jazzy line on top. Guitar is a 1997 PRS CE24 with Vintage Bass neck and HFS bridge (not used here). Cab is my Mesa 2x12 with V30’s

Guitar straight into amp: Orange Rhythm Channel; extra gain stage, boost, and shift engaged; EQ on; Mesa 2x12 with Vintage 30’s
Song section: Gorod - Birds of Sulfur

First riff is without a boost, second is clean boosted by a Seymour Duncan Forza, third is clean boosted plus an MXR 10 band EQ in the loop

I had to use a clean boost (Seymour Duncan Forza) to cut bass, even with the bass control set to 0. From here I am able to bring the Resonance up to 2:00 and add a few dB at 125hz with an MXR 10 band in the series loop (this amp also has a parallel loop, with a blend knob for each channel on the front). The mic placement for this sucks a little and makes it sound fizzier than the actual room, but it gives an idea of how tight these amps can get with a clean boost and EQ.

Quick cover of an old blues tune played with my ‘07 Fender American Standard Stratocaster. Amplifier is a 1989 Mesa Boogie .50 Caliber + and the cabinet is a Mesa Recto 2x12 with Celestion F4335 Vintage 30’s (UK)

PRS Archon into a 412 cab with Neo Tonker and Texas Eminence speakers. Duncan Alt 8 bridge pickup. MXR 10 band EQ in the effects loop.

1995 Mesa Tremoverb running through 4x12 cab loaded with X pairs of Eminence Lil Texas’ and Tonkerlite’s. This is guitar ( Elysian Trident II bridge PU) straight into the front of the amp. No gates, boosts, eq’s Etc. recorded with an iPhone.


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