Kemper GmbH today announced that the Kemper Profiling Amplifier is now available in stores worldwide. Nominated in two categories for the prestigious MIPA press award (www.mipa-award.de), the KPA is already highly accepted in the guitar player and producer communities worldwide.
The Kemper Profiling Ampilifier represents a radical new approach to guitar sound. For decades the electric guitar has been tightly dependent on tube amplifiers as the only solution for getting “that sound”. This combination is a glorious one, but also very difficult to handle. Getting constant results for practice, studio and touring situations has been and is a challenge for generations of guitar players. But now with the advent of the Kemper Profiling Amplifier for the first time in history it is possible to design a very personal, individual sound that caters to and reflects the players personality and than capture this very sound with the (patent pend.) Kemper Profiling Technology into the digital domain.
The proof of this concept has been demonstrated on numerous occasions already and Kemper Amps are very happy about the fact that the Kemper Profiling Amplifier is available to guitar players world wide now.
Also noteworthy is that a number of records are currently produced with the help of the Kemper Profiling Amplifier. Sean Beavan, producer and mixer of such legendary acts like No Doubt or Marilyn Manson amongst others shares his experiences with the Kemper Profiling Amplifier. Video available at: http://youtu.be/tmsFLGtZSaQ
Kemper Profiling Amplifier Factory Profile Set:
The Kemper Profiling Amplifier does not come empty. It features around 200 pre installed profiles based on the following amplifiers and cabinets:
65 Amps London, Ampeg Reverbrocket 2, Ampeg VT-40, BadCat Tone Cat, Bogner Ecstasy, Custom Audio Electronics OD-100, Diezel Einstein, Egnater Rebel 20, Engl Ritchie Blackmore Signature, Fender 65 Deluxe Reverb, Fender 65 Princeton, Fender Bassman 50, Fender Bassman Blackface, Fender Twin Reverb, Fender Vibro Champ, Framus Cobra, Fuchs ODS 30, Gibson Goldtone, Groove Tubes Soul-o 75, Hughes & Kettner, Lee Jackson XLS-1000, Marshall JMP 1974, Marshall JCM 25/50, Marshall JCM 800, Marshall JCM 2000, Marshall JTM 45, Marshall Super Bass 100, Marshall TLS 60, Matchless Chieftain, Matchless HC-30, Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier, Mesa Boogie Mark IV, Mesa Boogie Roadking, Orange Rockerverb 50, Reinhardt Mini-Me, Roland JC-120, Silvertone 1481, Silvertone Twin Twelve 1484, Soldano Hot Rod 50 Plus, Soldano SLO100, Steavens Poundcake, Tech21 Sansamp, Traynor Custom Valve 40, Tube Thomsen, Valve Train 416, Vox AC 30
The list of profiled cabinets includes:
65 Amps London 2*12 w/ Alnico Blue Avatar, 2*12 w/ Celestion Alnico Blue Avatar, 2*12 w/ Celestion Vintage 30’s, Bogner 4*12, Fender 2*12, Fuchs 1*12 w/ Celestion Anniversary 65’s, Fuchs 1*12 w/ Celestion G12-T, Generic 2*12 w/ Celestion G12-T 75s, Marshall 4*12 w/ Celestion Vintage 30s, Matchless 2*12 w/ Celestion G12-H 25s, Mesa Boogie 4*12 w/ Black Shadows, Orange PPC 412C 4*12 w/ Celestion Vintage 30s, Silvertone 2*12 w/Jensens, Steavens Poundcake 4*12, Valve Train 2*12 w/ Eminence Wizards
All product names and company names are (registered) brand names or trademarks of each respective holders, and Kemper GmbH is not associated or affiliated with them. These product names are used solely for purpose of identifying the specific products that were used during profiling.