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Discussion in 'Backline' started by ReampZone, May 17, 2016.
What are your thoughts on it?
They kick ass!
If you get a chance, post some clips.
I plan to do some tomorrow
At 26 seconds and onward, it sounds like the guitar has a weird filter on it. Was that intentional?
That's the sound of the amp
I'd have that looked into, bro. It doesn't sound good. Not trying to be rude.
Nah I hear what he's talking about, there's a pokey/ringy frequency in the middle that's really obvious on the open notes. I think it's in the grind on the bass guitar. You could notch that out really easily.
I found the krank line really fun but temperamental as a whole. In a studio environment they're a killer option. Live the interactivity between volume, eq and distortion can be frustrating.
Ah right I was wondering what he ment, the bass stringy sound? I guess its very 'Fieldy'... next mix, less stringy bass
Yeah, that's what my first thoughts were. Just wasn't 100% sure.
Yup. I guess that's what I was hearing.
Other than the bass thingy the others mentioned, I think it sounds pissed off!
I have a Rev Jr. which I love, but yeah, its knobs' sweet spots are REALLY REALLY narrow. The amp loves the mic, though.
If you're bored try and figure out which is the real Krank and which is the Kempered version: http://reampzone.com/krank/
Pretty sure 1 is the KPA; the pick attack is a little more forward and the upper midrange seems a little less squishy in general. I tend to find the KPA does this to all amps but it's a very subtle change.
Wrong, first is real
Right, here is a new mix from my Kemper REV 1 pack at my store here.
Nice! Looking at mine to my right, I'm not even remotely bummed I got that wrong.
Indeed, it's all fun and games