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Posts by Jellybean – Kemper Profiler Forum
Actually Tungston might be on the cards!!
That would be awesome!!
Probably hard to come by, but I’d love to see some profiles of a Tungsten Creama Wheat and Muleskinner amps. Just can’t get enough of some tweed goodness
Wow man, that sounds sweet! Take my money already
A big thanks from me! These profiles are awesome. Can’t wait to try the complete pack.
Just grabbed the Arc, God of War and Blue Dream. They’re awesome each and every one of them! What I love about your packs is the sheer number of profiles each has (and being added on a regular basis). You never have to worry about which guitar or cab you use, there’s always profiles included that fit perfectly.
These are so good! From clean to mean and everything in between. Thanks y’all
You def need to check out Live And Ready’s (deadpan) tweed pack. I was missing some good edge of breakup profiles that tweeds are known for, so when deadpan released his tweed pack I bought it. At first I thought it could use more grit so I contacted deadpan and asked if he could do more profiles. I sent him an example of what I was looking for and he went to work. I’m really pleased with the results. The pack covers everything from nice fender cleans to down and dirty (for example Niel Young type tones) and everything in between.
For me personally buying a single is indeed a gamble. I have bought singles in the past (or packs containing a couple of singles) only to be disappointed for any number of reasons. Didn’t gel with my guitars, unable to get the EQ to sound right, etc.
Lately I’ve only been buying packs from vendors that have worked well for me in the past so I can predict a higher success rate. Actually have several of your packs that have profiles that I like, but still…
I initially bought this pack a while back and loved the clean fender tones, but I thought it was missing those classic overdriven gritty 5e3 tones that tweeds are known for (Neil Young for example) so I contacted deadpan and asked if he could profile them. I sent him an example and he went to work. These past few weeks he sent me numerous profiles for me to try out (that eventually became part of the latest update). I must say he nailed it! He really captured the touch sensitivity of the 5e3. Hit it hard and it growls, play lightly and it cleans up. Lovely! Thanks deadpan for going the extra mile and making this pack special!
I really like this one, so far! Nice seeing something more unique profiled, since I have bought profiles of damn near every “standard” amp I can imagine. Right now, there are 36 profiles, with a good range of sounds and gain levels, from 0 to 6.5. Live Ready Profiles has been really good about providing updates on his other packs, so that will most likely go up.
I’m not really sure how to describe the pack, but it sounds kind of British and kind of like a 5150 (probably because of the EVH speaker, in a lot of the profiles). There are some really good boosted Marshall type tones in here, that sound tight without being harsh. The profiles react well to the volume knob and picking dynamics, which gives you an even greater variety of tones.
To be objective, my only issue with this pack was the low volume on the clean and really low gain profiles. This amp sounds like it has a really good clean channel, but I really have to jack up the rig volume to balance it with the other profiles. If you get a chance, can you profile a few clean tones and lower gain ones with a higher volume?
All in all, this is a really good pack. I tested it with a Schecter C1 Classic, with a JB/Jazz and an Epiphone SG with stock pickups. I was able to find many profiles I liked, without having to touch any of the Kemper controls, for both guitars. This pack has a really high percentage of profiles that make me want to just play, rather than click buttons and turn knobs. That’s primarily how I judge a good pack, and this one passes the test.
I agree with your review. I was just going through the profiles with a couple of different guitars. I’ve never heard of this amp before, so that certainly does make it unique. As it does do clean (there are a couple of nice ones in the pack), I get the feeling that this amp is more geared towards rock and it does that exceptionally well I might add. With the company called Panama amps you might think its named after VH’s Panama. Coincidence? Maybe, but with the right guitar it can surely get you in the VH ballpark.
First thing I did when trying this pack was hooking up a tele. Instant country chickin pickin galore! Too bad I suck at it After a bit I plugged in a strat and was greeted with nice fender clean tones. This pack has a nice collection of classic fender tones. I only wish that there were more of them. Hopefully in a future update, hint, hint..
Finally got around to test driving this pack. I’ve never played a real dumble amp before (like most of us mere mortals), so I’m only familiar with players who use them (Robin Ford, Larry Carlton, to name a few). Going through the many different profiles I could hear the D-style tones those players are known for shine through. Nothing wrong with singlecoils, but this pack just loves humbuckers! Nice full clean tones and silky smooth leads. Some that have a throaty character I’ve never come across before. If you’re looking for dumble style tones you can’t go wrong with this pack.
Another shout out for this excellent pack! Specially love the Twinkleland profiles. You really did a number on that amp!
(joking of course, referring to the number of profiles you made )
I asked you for some more clean/edge of breakup profiles and I didn’t want to get my hopes up, but man, did you deliver BIG time! Those profiles you sent me are right on the money. From clean to chewy breakup tones plus some extra shades to top it off! I couldn’t have asked for more. Thanks for taking the time and helping me find what I was after!
Just got the pack today and been having fun going through the different profiles. From ac/dc style crunch up to higher gain leads, it’s all in there.
It would be nice to have some more clean and lower gain tones of this iconic amp, but you mentioned that you were busy with different speaker combinations. First things first, so no rush. Thanks for taking the time to profile this wonderful amp!
I must say these are some of the finest rock profiles! Often times I have to tweak profiles to my liking, but these sound great straight out of the box. They will surely be getting a lot of use. Keep up the good work!
Funny you mention that…Every setting in this pack comes with another profile with the same setting but with a KLONE in front of the amp. It’s something I do very commonly in all my packs. All tone Junkie Profile packs have profiles with a “+” in the title indicating it has a KLONE. These two profiles you are hearing JMOD 100 4, and JMOD 6 will also have a JMOD 100 4+ and a JMOD 100 6+ included in the full pack. Additionally, I have profiled a Marshall Bluesbreaker V 1a (like John uses) and a Sparkle drive.
Sorry, had to ask. I should’ve known you’d spend as much detail to this pack as you did the previous ones You’ve become my go to for great clean and edge of breakup tones. Can’t wait to try the rest of the pack!
Those samples sound sweet! Will the full pack also include profiles with pedals? I’d love to hear this amp with a Klon
The Matchless profiles in the first Tonejunkie’s pack were quite appealing so I was looking forward to the full sets and the demos were really nice so I couldn’t resist. The full sets (C 30/15 and C30) cover so much more ground – there are 41 for the C 30/15 and 46 profiles for the C30. All the original offerings in Pack 1 used the Greenback but these new packs are split between the Heritage, the Greenback and the combination of both. Some of the most desireable drive pedals have been used – Analogman King Of Tone, Xotic BB preamp, Klon Centaur, Morning Glory, Timmy and a TS808 – to very good effect.
These amps are powered by 4x EL84s in the Vox tradition but with a range of tonal variation not seen on those amps. The C 30 set has quite a range of characters with an EF86 based preamp channel switchable with a 12AX7 channel.
I like to work with clean to just breaking up tones a lot and both sets had very sweet tones in that range and the C 30 set caters exceptionally well with so many variations in character between the 3 speaker options, the two channels and finely graded steps up the gain range. As an example – one patch uses the LO input on the EF86 and just the first step up on gain and I can play anywhere from pure clean to jangling drive just with variation in pick attack – these are so dynamic and flexible. The tonal balance seems to work with anything from a tele bridge pickup to a neck humbucker
The clean boosts like the Klone and Morning Glory are used with modest gain levels which I think was a great choice as they worked really well for me with just about every kind of pickup from Fender single coils, P 90s and humbuckers.
Further up the gain range these amps have phenomenal tones. The King of Tones patches (overdrive and distortion) were just glorious with P 90s and just as impressive with my LP. The pure amp tones – most of the set just use the amp channels with varying levels of gain – were consistently excellent.
These comprehensive new sets are not quite like anything else I have played and would serve well across a wide gamut of styles from country to blues to classic rock and indie stuff. These profiles bring more raunch to the table than most of the other Tonejunkie sets: there’s less emphasis on the pure Fender style cleans – although sweet clean tones are here in spades – and more of a full spectrum of rhythm and lead tones, from clean chords and lines to driving riffs and ripping lead tones.
I found myself looking up what amps like these cost in my area and quickly decided that they were too rich for my blood. I just hope Jonathan has more boutique and vintage amps like the Morgan and the Matchless and Suhr at his disposal as that is probably the only way I will get to appreciate them.
I must concur. I just got both of the Matchless packs and they have some of the nicest clean to edge of breakup tones you could wish for. They work wonderfully for both humbuckers and singlecoils. I enjoyed playing them with a LP and Tele. Great stuff!