Kemper Metal Clip by me (5150DI profile)

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  1. Lolly

    Lolly Senior Member

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    Hi folks!

    I was testing a free 5150DI profile from Rig Exchange, added a cab in the Kemper,and recorded this little clip:
    https://soundcloud.com/lolly75/kemper-5150dicab

    Guitars are totally raw as usual

    Schecter Damien Elite 7 >> Kemper

    I hope You like it!

    :wave:
     
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  2. matthew bear

    matthew bear Senior Member

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    Sounds good! I have been really struggling to showcase any high gain stuff in videos, because I'm not very creative with metal riffs. Hats off to guys like you who can write that stuff!
     
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    Pwrmac7600 Premium Member

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    Tasty as always. I have been getting into the 5150 lately on the axe. Still trying to get it dialed in to taste, but man what a great amp!
     
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    AmpedUp Senior Member

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    Always enjoy your playing. The level of difficulty is way up there. Killer tone too.
     
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  5. StingyCH

    StingyCH The Bearded Baron Premium Member

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    That's what I like to hear :slash: as ever, badass riffage and tone!

    Later I want to post some clip with the 5153 :thumb:

    Can I ask you: 75 it's your year of birth or? :D
     
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  6. Lolly

    Lolly Senior Member

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    Thank You very much! Your videos are cool: post them more and more!
    ...and bring your metal riffs on: it's all fun. Maybe, if enough forumites want, we can do a metal drum track jam where anyone can riff away. I can provide the drums time permitting.
     
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    Lolly Senior Member

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    Thanks! I'm a 5150 guy: it's a classic for modern metal and has those nice mids.
    The 5150 can be considered generic but a bazilion of metal records were and are recorded with it. Have fun exploring it!

    I still have my 5150 head and there are many 5150 profiles for the Kemper so I'm set :)
     
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    Thanks a lot for listening and commenting! You're very kind!

    :wave:
     
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    Lolly Senior Member

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    Thanks a lot! I really appreciate it!

    Bring them on!!!:headbanger:

    It is indeed :) : turned 42 on March 26th :thumb:
     
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    StingyCH The Bearded Baron Premium Member

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    Like me :D 42 on october 7 :applause:
     
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    cybermgk Singin' the body lectric Premium Member V.I.P. Member

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    Excellent riffage, and that was a 5150 set for metal.
     
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    Thanks a lot for listening and commenting!

    :wave:
     
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    Some forumites pm'ed me about bass and drums and I'll answer also there in case anyone else is interested:

    bass track is copied so I have two identical tracks, one is processed just to have a very firm low end and the other is all mids and highs and distorted to taste. Both tracks go to a bus where are processed together to get the final tone.

    Drums are just SD2 with a bit eq and compression.

    Sorry for my bad english, I hope this makes sense :)

    If anyone has other questions I'll be more than glad to answer.

    Thanks again to all of You for listening!

    :wave:
     

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