In this video I talk about how a Kemper Profiling amp works with a traditional pedalboard set up.
In this video I discuss the process which led me from traditional amps to a digital platform like the Kemper Profiling Amp
I love compressors! I love the Pulp N Peel!
It’s a compressor, a DI, an EQ, a gain pedal and so much more!
This is a great pedal for not only electric players but acoustic guitar and bass as well!
Check out my thoughts here:
My review of the Titan Guitars KR-1. It’s a fantastic guitar, handmade here in the USA by bearded wizards. With its swimming pool body route, the KR-1 can be anything you need it to be by switching out loaded Pickguards.
Check out Titan Guitars and see what I’m so excited about!
I firmly believe that higher gain pedals aren’t used nearly enough by church players. We have a tendency to to gravitate towards “clean” tones for very understandable reasons, but then in the moment when we need that crunch or searing lead line, we try to make our gear work in a way it was not designed to work. If you throw multiple stacked overdrives in front of a clean amp is that the best way to achieve your goal? Wouldn’t it be better to use one pedal that was designed for that purpose instead of using two or three that were not?
Well, that’s some of what I talk about in this video:
a few quick thoughts on the Klon KTR overdrive for church guitarists and worship settings.