proudly presents, in collaboration with Dailyhero Recordings and Sludge Studios:

The ERGLabs Kemper Profiles

Our goal was to create Kemper profiles that would handle extended range tunings exceptionally well and offer the newest Kemper profiling features, including DI/merged profiles.

We also tried to get our hands on amps that haven’t been profiled a million times already, but also went ahead and profiled some classics in our second session. Here’s the gear we used:

-Fender EVH 5150 III 50W
-Peavey EVH 6534+
-Peavey EVH 6505
-Mesa Boogie Single Rectifier
-Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier
-Mesa Boogie Triple Rectifier (loaded with EL34s)
-Soldano SII Preamp through Engl 840/50 Tube Poweramp

-Orange PPC412 V30
-Mesa Boogie Rectifier 4×12 Oversized V30
-Engl Pro 4×12 V30

-Rodenberg Flux Capacitor Overdrive
-Maxon OD 808

-Shure SM57

-Ibanez RG2228A w/ Instrumental Pickups SFTY3-8

Most of you are probably going to want to know why and how these profiles are working better with lower tunings than others.

The answer is simple: We used an 8-string guitar for the refining process. Using a guitar with an extended range enabled the Kemper to learn how the amps we profiled would handle the lower frequency range of the 7th and 8th string. We made sure to cover the entire range of the instrument, though. So if you were wondering if there are any shortcomings with normal tunings, we can assure you that all we achieved was a higher compatibility with low tunings. These profiles work just as well with 6-string guitars and standard tunings!

We hand-picked the best sounding profiles of each amp, so some amps come with more profiles than others. Every amp profiled includes DI and merged profiles!


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More clips coming!