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Top Jimi Low-Power Blackface Pack for the Kemper Profiling Amplifier (18 profiles) Seeking to Recreate the Sound of: 1964 Fender Deluxe Reverb (22 Watts) Speaker Used During the Profiling Process: Oxford 12K5-6 and Celestion 25W Greenback Min to Max Gain Range (Scale: 0 to 10): 0 to 5 Profile Type: Studio, Merged Jimi's Comments: "These profiles have a tone reminiscent of the smaller blackface amps of the 1960's.We created the profiles using a vintage 12" Oxford 12K5-6 speaker, as well as a 25W Celestion Greenback.Swapping the speaker for a Greenback is a popular mod for these style amps. " Fender Deluxe Reverb Background Info: It was first introduced in 1963 by incorporating an onboard spring reverb tank to the newly redesigned Fender Deluxe amplifier.A single 12" speaker was powered by a pair of 7408/6V6GT power tubes and one GZ34/5AR4 rectifier tube.
Since getting the Kemper I have not had a single Amp in the studio for recording. Most like the Kemper then buy one and ask what profiles to get. " "I have been blown away by the Top Jimi profiles of the Marshall, Vox, and Fender amps.I don't need em..I have purchased most of the others." "I am glad that I haven't spent too much money elsewhere, because you crafted - in my opinion and to my ears - the greatest sounding profiles I have come across.Apart from a bass amp profile for my recording needs, and the little flow of novelty ones, only Top Jimi profiles will be in my Kemper.The picture below shows a 1969 transition model amp.
Unfortunately the Bassman was one of the first amps that CBS laid their hands on after buying the company from Leo Fender.We’ll come back to this later in the “blackface chapter” below where we’ll demystify some of the hypes with the popular AA864.