Bundle Pack: Bundle 4 “Vintage to Modern”

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KEMPER PROFILES

Enjoy Playing through the ages and re-live the Good times from 56, through to today!….in this unique Vintage to Modern bundle!

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Pack 4

Trying to recreate the sound of:

Watkins Dominater

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...Best Suited for Clean/Blues/ClassicRock

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What you Get…

A Low gain, retro looking amp, this amp was designed for Harmonica’s originally, but soon adopted by guitar players. – it has a rich harmonic structure to its gain, and very good speaker breakup too.

  • 5 Profiles from various settings (sweetspots)
  • Combo amp 2×12 loaded Jenson speakers
  • Multi Mics used, 57, 121 and 414 through Neve 1073 Mic pre’s
  • Great for Live play snd studio use.

What we recommend…

  • Strat/Tele for the low gain
  • Lespaul or Humbucker for an alternative tone
  • Try Increasing the “Definition” for a brighter/tighter tone
  • Try decreasing the “Definition” for a darker/vintage/looser tone
  • These were created using reference monitors, so use EQ to taste to adjust to your needs

Trying to recreate the sound of:

Fender 1953 Tweed Dlx

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Demo:

...Best Suited for Blues

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What you Get…

This amazing old amp has the pure pleasure attached to it. – the Push of the speakers the delivery of the sound, in every way its almost perfect.

  • 7 Profiles of various settings (sweetspots)
  • Running with its own Jenson 1×10 combo speaker
  • Multimic 57, 121 and 414 running through Neve Mic pre’s
  • Great for Live and studio play

What we recommend…

  • Strat/Tele for the low gain (Neck)
  • Try Increasing the “Definition” for a brighter/tighter tone
  • Try decreasing the “Definition” for a darker/vintage/looser tone
  • These were created using reference monitors, so use EQ to taste to adjust to your needs

Trying to recreate the sound of:

Selmer Constellation 1963

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...Best Suited for Blues/ClassicRock

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What you Get…

The dyno range, did they ever make a bad amp? I don’t think so, each of them are unique and grand. – very pleasing breakup and cleans that offer a room full of delight.

  • 4 Profiles of various settings (sweetspots)
  • Running with its own 1×12 loaded GH30 (pre-rola)
  • Multimic 57, 121 and 414 running through Neve Mic pre’s
  • Great for Live and studio play

What we recommend…

  • Strat/Tele for the low gain
  • Lespaul or Humbucker for the higher gain
  • Try Increasing the “Definition” for a brighter/tighter tone
  • Try decreasing the “Definition” for a darker/vintage/looser tone
  • These were created using reference monitors, so use EQ to taste to adjust to your needs

Trying to recreate the sound of:

Gibson Discovery 1961

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...Best Suited for Blues/ClassicRock

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What you Get…

This amp is plenty full and rich. – stunning cleans and breakup and even pushed hard it still retains the clarity, this amp is one to admire!.

  • 3 Profiles of various settings (sweetspots)
  • Running with its own 1×15 combo speaker
  • Multimic 57, 121 and 414 running through Neve Mic pre’s
  • Great for Live and studio play

What we recommend…

  • Strat/Tele for the low gain
  • Lespaul or Humbucker for the higher gain
  • Try Increasing the “Definition” for a brighter/tighter tone
  • Try decreasing the “Definition” for a darker/vintage/looser tone
  • These were created using reference monitors, so use EQ to taste to adjust to your needs

Trying to recreate the sound of:

Fender Bandmaster 1964

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...Best Suited for Blues/ClassicRock

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What you Get…

Classic! we know that. – amazing classic clean tone, But I like the clarity of the breakup with this amp, its full, rich but not getting in anyone’s way… it thickens right up with a LesPaul.

  • 7 Profiles of various settings (sweetspots)
  • Ran through a 2×10 Jenson loaded cab
  • Multimic 57, 121 and 414 running through Neve Mic pre’s
  • Jumped channels
  • Great for Live and studio play

What we recommend…

  • Strat/Tele for the low gain
  • Lespaul or Humbucker for the higher gain
  • Try Increasing the “Definition” for a brighter/tighter tone
  • Try decreasing the “Definition” for a darker/vintage/looser tone
  • These were created using reference monitors, so use EQ to taste to adjust to your needs

Trying to recreate the sound of:

Fender Blackface Twin 1964

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...Best Suited for Blues/ClassicRock/Clean/Country

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What you Get…

Another classic amp, the Twin in all its glory, we all know this amp started many of guitar players careers!.. its not really hard to understand why.

  • 7 Profiles of various settings (sweetspots)
  • Running with its own Jenson 2×12 combo speaker
  • Multimic 57, 121 and 414 running through Neve Mic pre’s
  • Jumped channels
  • Great for Live and studio play

What we recommend…

  • Strat/Tele for the low gain
  • Lespaul or Humbucker for an alternative tone
  • Try Increasing the “Definition” for a brighter/tighter tone
  • Try decreasing the “Definition” for a darker/vintage/looser tone
  • These were created using reference monitors, so use EQ to taste to adjust to your needs

Trying to recreate the sound of:

Selmer Treble&Bass 1964

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...Best Suited for Blues/ClassicRock

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What you Get…

Hands up who wants to sound like the soul of Rock N Roll…? – well this is your starting point right here. – its the cream of the rock amps, wit that stringy clarity in the trebble section and the boom from the bass section, (if jumped) – outstanding amp.

  • 7 Profiles of various settings (sweetspots)
  • Running 2×12 GH30 Greens, pre-rola
  • Multimic 57, 121 and 414 running through Neve Mic pre’s
  • Channels jumped
  • Great for Live and studio play

What we recommend…

  • Strat/Tele for the low gain
  • Lespaul or Humbucker for the higher gain
  • Try Increasing the “Definition” for a brighter/tighter tone
  • Try decreasing the “Definition” for a darker/vintage/looser tone
  • These were created using reference monitors, so use EQ to taste to adjust to your needs

Trying to recreate the sound of:

Vox AC30 CopperTop 1964

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Demo:

...Best Suited for ClassicRock/Clean/Pop/Indie

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What you Get…

This particular amp, was the best I ever played or heard, in fact Ive put a bid in to buy it… the in the room sound was simply incredible, to a point that you could completely immerse yourself in audio and time stood still completely. – the best AC on this planet! and Ive played Hundreds over the years!.

  • 7 Profiles of various settings (sweetspots)
  • Running with its own Blues 2×12 combo speakers
  • Multimic 57, 121 and 414 running through Neve Mic pre’s
  • Great for Live and studio play

What we recommend…

  • Strat/Tele for the low gain
  • Lespaul or Humbucker for the higher gain
  • Try Increasing the “Definition” for a brighter/tighter tone
  • Try decreasing the “Definition” for a darker/vintage/looser tone
  • These were created using reference monitors, so use EQ to taste to adjust to your needs

Trying to recreate the sound of:

Marshall JTM45

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...Best Suited for Blues/ClassicRock

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What you Get…

This BlackFlag is still 100% original form, and in great condition considering its use. – Early power amp breakup and its (famously) rich sound makes this one of the greatest amps you will find.

  • 5 Profiles of various settings (sweetspots)
  • Pre-Rola G25 Basket Cab
  • Multimic 57, 121 and 414 running through Neve Mic pre’s
  • Great for Live and studio play

What we recommend…

  • Strat/Tele for the low gain
  • Lespaul or Humbucker for the higher gain
  • Try Increasing the “Definition” for a brighter/tighter tone
  • Try decreasing the “Definition” for a darker/vintage/looser tone
  • These were created using reference monitors, so use EQ to taste to adjust to your needs

Trying to recreate the sound of:

Vox AC50 BlueTop

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...Best Suited for Blues/ClassicRock

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What you Get…

The Bluetop (head) is not as popular as its lil brother the AC, Not sure why, as they both sound great, and the 50 is no exception here. – in fact the 50 has a little more squeeze in the top end, and a bit more gain. but that’s about it…- the good thing here is you can use it with any cab!.

  • 5 Profiles of various settings (sweetspots)
  • Running into a Vox 2×12 cab with Blues inside.
  • Multimic 57, 121 and 414 running through Neve Mic pre’s
  • Great for Live and studio play

What we recommend…

  • Strat/Tele for the low gain
  • Lespaul or Humbucker for the higher gain
  • Try Increasing the “Definition” for a brighter/tighter tone
  • Try decreasing the “Definition” for a darker/vintage/looser tone
  • These were created using reference monitors, so use EQ to taste to adjust to your needs

Trying to recreate the sound of:

Orange Matamp 1968

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...Best Suited for Rock/ClassicRock

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What you Get…

The Vintage!, they don’t make them like this anymore, this to me is the best Orange amp Ive ever used, whilst the modern range are still great, but its not a patch on what these badboys can do!. – a real live sound that’s truly inspirational to play.

  • 8 Profiles of various settings (sweetspots)
  • 4×12 Pre-rola V30 loaded cab.
  • Multimic 57, 121 and 414 running through Neve Mic pre’s
  • Great for Live and studio play

What we recommend…

  • Strat/Tele for the low gain
  • Lespaul or Humbucker for an alternative tone
  • Try Increasing the “Definition” for a brighter/tighter tone
  • Try decreasing the “Definition” for a darker/vintage/looser tone
  • These were created using reference monitors, so use EQ to taste to adjust to your needs

Trying to recreate the sound of:

WEM ER 100 1968

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Demo:

...Best Suited for ClassicRock

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What you Get…

I love this amp, lets get that out of the box first of all, – I think these amps deliver a thicker tone to normal, I think its because the amp pushes mids a lot more but in a good way. – I fell in love with this model the same as I do with most amps I play from the 70’s

  • 6 Profiles of various settings (sweetspots)
  • Ran through a 2×12 Blues loaded cab.
  • Multimic 57, 121 and 414 running through Neve Mic pre’s
  • Great for Live and studio play

What we recommend…

  • Strat/Tele for the low gain
  • Lespaul or Humbucker for an alternative tone
  • Try Increasing the “Definition” for a brighter/tighter tone
  • Try decreasing the “Definition” for a darker/vintage/looser tone
  • These were created using reference monitors, so use EQ to taste to adjust to your needs

Trying to recreate the sound of:

HiWatt 100 1970 (DG’s Amp)

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Demo:

...Best suited for ClassicRock

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What you Get…

Well what can I say, – David Gilmours original amp he used to record The wall, and dark side. this was his studio amp, and only he used this. – naturally for me growing up with DG, it was an honor for me to get my hands on it and play this faithful old amp. – However in the wrong hands, its a standard amp thats been customized a little, but in his hands its something magical.

  • 10 Profiles of various settings (sweetspots)
  • Running with Fane loaded 4×12 Cab
  • Multimic 57, 121 and 414 running through Neve Mic pre’s
  • Great for Live and studio play

What we recommend…

  • Strat/Tele for the low gain
  • Lespaul or Humbucker for an alternative tone
  • Try Increasing the “Definition” for a brighter/tighter tone
  • Try decreasing the “Definition” for a darker/vintage/looser tone
  • These were created using reference monitors, so use EQ to taste to adjust to your needs

Trying to recreate the sound of:

HiWatt Custom 50 1970

Gain Range:

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...Best Suited for Rock/ClassicRock

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What you get…

This amp brand will always be associated with 2 great bands, Pink Floyd, and the Who. – and this amp was used by Townsend to record one of there albums (not sure what one) – and whilst I love this amp for its unique tone..This one did not grab me as much as I hoped it would…

  • 7 Profiles of various settings (sweetspots)
  • Fane Loaded 4×12 Cab
  • Multimic 57, 121 and 414 running through Neve Mic pre’s
  • Great for Live and studio play

What we recommend…

  • Strat/Tele for the low gain
  • Lespaul or Humbucker for an alternative tone
  • Try Increasing the “Definition” for a brighter/tighter tone
  • Try decreasing the “Definition” for a darker/vintage/looser tone
  • These were created using reference monitors, so use EQ to taste to adjust to your needs

Trying to recreate the sound of:

Orange Overdrive 1973

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Demo:

...Best suited for Rock/ClassicRock/Indie

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What you Get…

This actual amp was used with Oasis through there recording of several albums. – Quite a special amp, but quite trashy.. grungy, loose? not sure the best way to describe it. – but orange are normal a tight sounding amp, this one is clearly not, I think its been modified somehow, although not sure what they did. – but its a great sounding amp, and really enjoyable one!

  • 8 Profiles of various settings (sweetspots)
  • Loaded 4×12 V30 cab
  • Multimic 57, 121 and 414 running through Neve Mic pre’s
  • Great for Live and studio play

What we recommend…

  • Strat/Tele for the low gain
  • Lespaul or Humbucker for an alternative tone
  • Try Increasing the “Definition” for a brighter/tighter tone
  • Try decreasing the “Definition” for a darker/vintage/looser tone
  • These were created using reference monitors, so use EQ to taste to adjust to your needs

Trying to recreate the sound of:

Marshall JCM800 (Quo)

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Demo:

...Best Suited for ClassicRock

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What you get…

Quite a low gain 800, but it was designed for the Quo, and this one used by the Quo, and they were not really about high gain. – they wanted to keep the original sound, but have a more transparent sound. – this amp has different preamp tubes, but the power section is the same. – so breakup is harder to dial in. – don’t get me wrong it can still produce a lot of it.. but not as much as a regular 800!.

  • 6 Profiles of various settings (sweetspots)
  • 4×12 Greenback (25’s) cab
  • Multimic 57, 121 and 414 running through Neve Mic pre’s
  • Great for Live and studio play

What we recommend…

  • Strat/Tele for the low gain
  • Lespaul or Humbucker for an alternative tone
  • Try Increasing the “Definition” for a brighter/tighter tone
  • Try decreasing the “Definition” for a darker/vintage/looser tone
  • These were created using reference monitors, so use EQ to taste to adjust to your needs

Trying to recreate the sound of:

MesaBoogie 2B 1984

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...Best Suited for Rock/HardRock/80'sMetal

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What you Get…

The start of the HighGain era, with its boogie Mark2 – despite its NASA style control panel and Heavy Heavy weight, it sounds great. – the clean is classic boogie in a tin.. and the gain structure as you push it is quite pleasing to be in the same room as. – need to watch the highs, they can get out of hand with these amps….

  • 9 Profiles of various settings (sweetspots)
  • I ran the speaker out into a 4×12 EV12 loaded cab (its internal speaker was not producing good results)
  • Multimic 57, 121 and 414 running through Neve Mic pre’s
  • Great for Live and studio play

What we recommend…

  • Strat/Tele for the low gain
  • Lespaul or Humbucker for an alternative tone
  • Try Increasing the “Definition” for a brighter/tighter tone
  • Try decreasing the “Definition” for a darker/vintage/looser tone
  • These were created using reference monitors, so use EQ to taste to adjust to your needs

Trying to recreate the sound of:

Soldano Hotrod 1996

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...Best Suited for Rock  

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What you Get…

Not as High, and shouty as I expected, – its actually surprisingly gentle. – The highs can be a problem with the amp, I think they went a bit overboard with the brightness caps. – But that’s all personal opinion. – great amp though for great rock back-line.

  • 8 Profiles of various settings (sweetspots)
  • 4×12 V30 cab
  • Multimic 57, 121 and 414 running through Neve Mic pre’s
  • Great for Live and studio play

What we recommend…

  • Strat/Tele for the low gain
  • Lespaul or Humbucker for an alternative tone
  • Try Increasing the “Definition” for a brighter/tighter tone
  • Try decreasing the “Definition” for a darker/vintage/looser tone
  • These were created using reference monitors, so use EQ to taste to adjust to your needs

Trying to recreate the sound of:

Toneking Galaxy

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...Best suited for Country/ClassicRock/Clean

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What you Get…

I love King amps, and this one rates quite high on the list of them, – its a great all round lowgain amp, it puts and spits if pushed too much, but that’s fine, as if offers plenty in the lower gain registry anyway…and I must say.. – its also the ugliest amp I have ever seen! (sorry)

  • 6 Profiles of various settings (sweetspots)
  • 2×12 loaded cab (G75’s)
  • Multimic 57, 121 and 414 running through Neve Mic pre’s
  • Great for Live and studio play

What we recommend…

  • Strat/Tele for the low gain
  • Lespaul or Humbucker for an alternative tone
  • Try Increasing the “Definition” for a brighter/tighter tone
  • Try decreasing the “Definition” for a darker/vintage/looser tone
  • These were created using reference monitors, so use EQ to taste to adjust to your needs

Trying to recreate the sound of:

Hayden MoFo

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...Best Suited for Rock/ClassicRock

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What you Get…

Loved this, its juicy, fresh, and great sound.. – a really fun amp thats good to keep around for the studio…

  • 9 Profiles of various settings (sweetspots)
  • Running into a v30 loaded cab.
  • Multimic 57, 121 and 414 running through Neve Mic pre’s
  • Great for Live and studio play

What we recommend…

  • Strat/Tele for the low gain
  • Lespaul or Humbucker for an alternative tone
  • Try Increasing the “Definition” for a brighter/tighter tone
  • Try decreasing the “Definition” for a darker/vintage/looser tone
  • These were created using reference monitors, so use EQ to taste to adjust to your needs

Trying to recreate the sound of:

Orange OD50

Gain Range:

Demo:

...Best suited for Rock/ClassicRock/Indie

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What you Get…

Interesting to compare this, the Overdrive and mata, and you can see a small evolution of this brand’s amps all in one pack.!

  • 5 Profiles of various settings (sweetspots)
  • Orange V30 loaded cab 4×12
  • Multimic 57, 121 and 414 running through Neve Mic pre’s
  • Great for Live and studio play

What we recommend…

  • Strat/Tele for the low gain
  • Lespaul or Humbucker for an alternative tone
  • Try Increasing the “Definition” for a brighter/tighter tone
  • Try decreasing the “Definition” for a darker/vintage/looser tone
  • These were created using reference monitors, so use EQ to taste to adjust to your needs

Trying to recreate the sound of:

HiWatt Studio/Stage 50

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Demo:

...Best suited for ClassicRock

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What you Get…

A  combo!. not quite the same effect as the heads and a Fane driven cab, but its still great (as most are) – but this lacked that “something extra”

  • 8 Profiles of various settings (sweetspots)
  • Running with its own Fane 2×12 speakers in a combo.
  • Multimic 57, 121 and 414 running through Neve Mic pre’s
  • Great for Live and studio play

What we recommend…

  • Strat/Tele for the low gain
  • Lespaul or Humbucker for an alternative tone
  • Try Increasing the “Definition” for a brighter/tighter tone
  • Try decreasing the “Definition” for a darker/vintage/looser tone
  • These were created using reference monitors, so use EQ to taste to adjust to your needs

Trying to recreate the sound of:

MesaBoogie Royal Atlantic 100

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...Best Suited for Rock/ClassicRock

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What you Get…

The Royal, its great for a thick clean/mid gain flowing lead sound, but this turned up full with lots of gain, just did not cut it so well, – they tried to do a jack of all trades with this amp, but not quite mastered it.. still brilliant for lowgain and clean though!

  • 9 Profiles of various settings (sweetspots)
  • 4×12 C90 loaded cab
  • Multimic 57, 121 and 414 running through Neve Mic pre’s
  • Great for Live and studio play

What we recommend…

  • Strat/Tele for the low gain
  • Lespaul or Humbucker for an alternative tone
  • Try Increasing the “Definition” for a brighter/tighter tone
  • Try decreasing the “Definition” for a darker/vintage/looser tone
  • These were created using reference monitors, so use EQ to taste to adjust to your needs