Yeah I basically just need to keep playing the Kemper on a regular basis as it sounds fantastic and keep telling myself I don't need an amp
The guy with the PT100 bought it on rig-talk for $2100... I'm actually waiting to see if Matt ends up moving his Though that said if I drop money on anything in the immediate future it will probably be on another guitar.
Rhodes seems like a class act that does really nice work.
If the 667 can cop the tones I got from the Thrasher I'd be happy...
Friedman's stuff is awesome but so ridiculously overpriced for what it is that it's not even funny. The Small Box has potential, but from the description it's a one channel amp with different clipping on the front end depending on which input you plug into.
I think if I was going to drop cash for a Marshall-style boutique amp it would be the Suhr PT-100. I had one before but was dumb and sold it. Great clean channel, and Marshall tones from low gain crunch goodness all the way through brutal rip your face off metal on the other two channels.
I may just go cheap and have Phaez build me another amp to play with since I've already got the Kemper. The slightly modified JTM18 he build me was pretty sweet and didn't break the bank.
I'm not really looking. There's a lot of stuff out there I'd like to have, but most of it is $2k+ and I don't really need an amp that badly with the Kemper. That said once the Randall 667 is available I may be in trouble
A profile is a "snapshot" of your amp at given settings, so if you're running the high gain channel EQ'd a certain way, that's what it captures. That being said, you can add or remove gain with the unit itself (which I've done before, it works pretty well for the most part) and if it's a high gain amp that the volume rolls down well with your guitar, that part is captured as well. I can take some of the mid-to-high gain profiles and roll down the volume on my guitar and it cleans up SUPER nicely!