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El Chiguete

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I saw this on a fb page and I find it interesting in the fact that its a very practical setup specially if you guys gig a lot a want to set up fast! For sure this comes from a player that you would not imagine but here are his comments:

"For fans of guitar, (left), this is my traveling practice rig. It's got a Kemper profiling amp in it, loaded with profiles I made of some of my favorite amps. The cab is a vintage Dumble 1x12 that I've had for a while and love. It's the ultimate tone machine on wheels. For fans of my face (right), here is my face. Everybody wins!" - John Mayer
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Hey El, very practical indeed, it would suit Dante, shame it's mono though.
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Yeha the mono thing will limit stuff out but you can allways carry an extra one with just with another speaker cab.
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Hey El, very practical indeed, it would suit Dante, shame it's mono though.
Not to mention those profilers are $2000 - $3000 U.S. OUCH!!

I bet it sounds pretty bad ass though!
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Yeha but I was thinking that one can do that with a MP-1 and an FX Processor.
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Hey El, absolutely. Really depends on your needs. e.g. I've very much settled on my tones/sound, also I don't play in a rock covers band on the circuit anymore, so I now use about 3 or 4 patches. But back when I did that stuff, the MP1 and FX worked a treat, but cost wise back then is not dissimilar to the price of these profiler/cloners. If I ignore the tone generation aspect (give me tubes any day), these profiling pre-amps are very versatile (and getting better). I'm interested to hear how they sound profiling a MP1/2 MB/1 ?
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That's a tidy rig!

BTW: my signal is mono in the mains anyway, it is only stereo on stage
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