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bbrunskill wrote:Although then again maybe molly can move from actual amps to downloading models of virtual amps, so it could be perfect
StratMatt wrote:I reckon it’ll be a keeper! Definitely worth getting a nice FRFR speaker to do it properly.
No doubt it'll make more sense than shipping amps up and down the country.
I've resisted digital thus far because I feared the built-in obsolescence of high-tech gear. Need to just get over that. And I'm really not worried about how much like the profiled amp it manages to sound. I don't care. If the profiles sound good then who cares if it's an accurate representation?
As an aside, the mean-spirited: "Pah... He'll have sold it in two weeks..." comments are wearing thin. In this case I don't think so but if I do, so fucking what? If that bothers anybody just be happy you've nothing more important to worry about.
Not mean-spirited in the slightest, my friend. You buy and sell stuff because you enjoy it and you obviously love the thrill of the chase and the packages on your doorstep. I could well be the same myself, if I had the finances to do it.
Not a question of having the finances. I rotate the same money around and around. I couldn't have all this gear if I didn't also sell all this gear. F'k it. I'm past defending it. You all know me by now.
StratMatt wrote:Yep, it’s pretty much it’s own economy if done right, why not. Some you win, some you lose.
Hope you like the Kemper, I reckon you will. Many fine tones to be had for sure. I routinely play a Suhr Badger, Mesa Mark 4, Friedman BE and JCM800
I wouldn't be surprised if I didn't settle on a few favourites. Hope so anyway. By that I mean I hope I focus on playing rather than sampling endless profiles. The other day I had three Strats to hand and wasted an hour just comparing them. I'm not sure I achieved anything at all.
I like the 'spacey' Strat tones (around 6:11) in this wee selection: