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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.
From right to left: – Switch the polarity of the two wires coming from the output transformer going to the speaker terminals.
You need to do this only if you change the negative feedback loop to AA864 specs.
The picture below shows a 1969 transition model amp.
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.Production years 1964 -1967 “blackface” circuits AA864, AA165, AB165 1967 -1977 “silverface” circuits AA165, AB165, AA270, AA371, AA568, AC568, AA864 Tube layout AA864 Tube layout (Seen from behind, V1 is to the right side): V1 12ax7 = Preamp bass channel V2 12ax7 = 2’nd gain stage bass channel (and normal channel for AB165) V3 12ax7 = Preamp normal channel V4 12at7 = Phase inverter V5 6L6 = Power tube #1 V6 6L6 = Power tube #2 Summary The Fender Bassman is a legendary guitar amp known to both guitar and bass players.It was introduced in 1951, primarily targeted for bass guitar players and promoted as a bass amp for the Fender Precision Bass guitar, the first mass-produced electric bass guitar ever.We’ll come back to this later in the “blackface chapter” below where we’ll demystify some of the hypes with the popular AA864.The AA165 is very rare and its circuit and tone is quite similar to the AA864.
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Any mention of "Fender", "Deluxe" or "Celestion" is strictly for comparison purposes. from setting up the amps and mic's, to tweaking the profiles. " -"Must say at this point I have acquired/bought just about every profile on the planet from Soundside to Amp factory to Michael Britt to almost everyone else and for my purposes these are by far the clearest and cleanest profiles (whatever that means) I have. I have removed all else and am just using / testing what I have so far from you.