CRANK N GO PACK
CRANK N GO PACK
The Crank n Go Pack contains 63 Studio Profiles as well as 59 of their Merged counterparts (Sometimes the merged profiles just don’t measure up or come out right). This pack is primarily for cranking up and rockin’. My main focus was getting good, thick rock tones that still retained the clarity and bite that cover everything from 70’s to 90’s rock, everything from bell bottoms to hair bands. This pack also includes 3 Performances as well for those wanting a quick plug’n’play experience. Two of the performances feature specific amps and the third is just a hodgepodge of cool rock tones, everything from clean to melt-your-face.
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It’s Just Bass – Steve Cook
It’s Just Bass – Steve Cook
Steve Cook is the bassist/vocalist for Phil Vassar and I’ve been lucky enough to share the stage with him the past two years as part of our Christmas Tours. We both gravitate toward all aspects of music, including gear and had talked about bass and how the Kemper can be utilized for such low purposes. We kicked it around and back and forth and finally found time to go through the process of profiling all of Steve’s great bass preamp collection and even did road testing this past tour as Steve used his profiles on the Kemper the whole Christmas tour. It was a resounding success at foh and in the studio, so we’re happy to share them with you now. And for those karmically inclined, there’s also the added benefit of doing good. Steve’s son Miles was born with severe hearing loss and attends the Mama Lere Hearing School at Vanderbilt Hospital in Nashville. ALL of the proceeds from this pack will go to Steve & Mama Lere Hearing School to help pay for the therapy his son and others so sorely need. READ HIS STORY HERE So… what’s in the pack? There are 51 unique profiles from 11 different bass preamps as well as 4 song-specific rigs Steve came up with from customer requests. I’m also including 20 bass profiles pulled from my BoC Pack so that bass players can get all of the bass profiles I have to offer in one place. Check out the sound samples from Steve’s video below and enjoy!
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3rd Power CSR
3rd Power CSR PACK – 60 Profiles
The New M Britt 3rd Power CSR Pack is a collection of 60 studio profiles (amp & cab profiled together) of the 3rd Power Citizen Gain Reverb 40 Prototype amp.  The CSR is a 2-channel amp with a blackface style clean channel and a british-voiced gain channel with multiple tone stacks for different flavors of gain.  All in all, this amp is meant to go from clean to scream but retain a toneful flavor throughout.  The actual amp features seamless channel switching, a tube powered reverb with independent levels for each channel and an fx loop.   There are profiles of the clean channel through 3 separate speaker cabinets for everything from an AlNiCo speaker for a more Vox-y flavor to a crisp Vintage 30 to my usual Classic Lead 80 for a warmer tone.  The gain profiles were done at various tone stack positions and at different voltage levels (from brown to supercharged) and there are blended cab varieties for even more options.  The gain profiles are thick with lots of harmonics and large frequency response, very full in all frequencies.  There are some with a more cutting top end and others that are voiced slightly warmer so as not to get shrill at full stage volume.   The sample clips below were recorded directly into ProTools 10 via a Propellerhead Balance interface with no added compression, eq, or processing of any sort.  Clean channel samples were done using my Tom Anderson Cobra w/ 3 Antiquity P90’s and the Gain channel samples were played on my Duesenberg Starplayer with Grand Vintage bridge humbucker.  Hopefully you will hear something you like (but it likely won’t be my sloppy playing).  
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Sweet 16
SWEET 16 PACK – 88 Studio Profiles
I'm pretty excited to put out another "greatest hits" pack of profiles.  The Sweet 16 Pack includes 88 studio profiles of 16 great-sounding amps that cover everything from vintage British overdrive to grunge (Mars 72 SL, 900, 2K) to country cleans (65 Luxe Verb, 62 Prince, 62 Bandmate) to boutique classics (Buddha SD, Bog Sheba, Match Chief) to harder to find gems (Egniter Semi, Wild Kitty, Magnet Twilight, 3M Howl) to modern club staple amps (BBreaker, A30CC, Black* 60). Having a Kemper already full of profiles, it's hard to find new ones that will take the place of my longtime favorites, but there are rigs in here that are already finding a home in our live show, esp. the Luxe Verb, Mars 900, and Sheba rigs.  Indeed, there are too many good options sometimes. check out the sound samples below to see if they might be what you're looking for.   As usual, please forgive the playing.  I pretty much run out of ideas after the first 4 clips so I just try to cover everything from bridge/neck pickups, single notes, picked chords, open chords and chunky fifths. The Sweet 16 Pack was creating using the latest 5.x firmware.  Thanks!
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Profile Pack 1
PROFILE PACK 1 – 60 Profiles

Profile Pack 1 (60 profiles) seeks to recreate* a collection of boutique and vintage amps from my personal collection as well as contributions from my friends (thanks guys!).  They cover a variety of styles, from clean sounds that stay warm and full (also great for pedalboard-based set ups) to mid-gain and lead gain British sounds.  Some of these profiles have been the basis for my live presets for the past couple of years and sound great in the studio as my session buddies can attest as well.

Below are sound samples from 40 out of the 60 profiles included in the Kemper Profile Pack.  I will also include a few other variations of some of the amps, but these should give a good idea of the profile sounds. All of the snippets below were played on my red Anderson Cobra with 3 P90's.  All of the clips below were recorded directly into ProTools 10 thru a Propellerhead Balance interface.  There is no eq, compression, or plug-in on these tracks.  Please excuse the sloppiness and tuning.

Scroll down below for sound clips

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PROFILE PACK 2 – 60 Profiles
PROFILE PACK 2 – 60 Profiles

Profile Pack 2 is another wide-ranging collection of boutique and vintage amps, rounding out the M Britt Profile packages.  Seeing to recreate* more great clean sounds from sought-after boutique amps as well as some higher gain amps, and a variety of British-type EL84 amps.  It also includes some Dumble tones that compare to a real Overdrive Special along with an Overdrive Supreme and an Overtone Special.

Check out Sound Samples below to hear how the profiles sound.  These samples were recorded direct to ProTools 10 via a Propellerhead Balance interface with no eq, compression, or plug-ins of any kind and then stored in the Kemper as part of this pack.

Thanks to my kind gear buddies for help obtaining some of these sounds.  Scroll down for sound clips.

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PROFILE PACK 3 – 60 Profiles
PROFILE PACK 3 – 60 Profiles

Profile Pack 3 is a collection of 60 profiles based on the amp sounds* of 18 different amps including a recreation of a 50's tweed deluxe, some great California boutique high gain monsters, a couple of JTM45-based amps, a 15-watt British Invasion amp, a CA wicker monster by way of TX, and some other cool, hard-to-find amps.

In keeping with the tradition of packs 1 & 2, I wanted to provide an assortment of gain levels, from clean to heavily overdriven tones.  I also wanted to capture a few old-school R&R tones like the JTM45 type amps for the Classic Rock sounds of the 70's and 80's.  There's even some authentic Boston tones just for fun.

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Vintage
VINTAGE PACK – 73 Profiles

M Britt Vintage Pack is a unique collection of Vintage amp profiles including a British 50w AC, a few blackface, silverface, and brownface beauties, Page and Peter Green's hidden gem, a Sears Twin Twelve, the 70's Clapton clean, Benson's jazz combo, a Jazzy 50-watter, B.B. King's and Ty Tabor's favorite L5, and a sweet '84 JK FACS.  There plenty of American clean and crunch tones as well as a few cool throwback British sounds.  The JC50 can cover about half of every 80's rhythm guitar sound and the PTone and Lab Series can get surprisingly warm sounds from a solid state package.  Hopefully, there's something for everyone (minus real high gain metal stuff, of course).

Vintage Pack requires 3.0 firmware or higher and while most amps were profiled using my trusty 3rd Power cabinet, the new separation algorithms make it easier to get more great sounds by switching to your favorite cabs as well.

Scroll down for sound clips.

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MODERN PACK – 74 Profiles
MODERN PACK – 74 Profiles

The Modern Pack is a collection of modern boutique type amps.  The profiles are "studio profiles" meaning they are the full profile with amp, cab, and mic captured. They are suitable for studio or live use.  There are plenty of high gain sounds in this pack from some of the popular L.A.-based builders' latest amps.  There are also some modern EL84 tones from simple, but toneful 2 and 3 knob circuits, custom made for today's modern country and Paisley's chicken-pickin'.  There are also some modern versions of older amps like tweed and pawnshop classics, as well as a couple more thick, creamy d-type amp sounds ranging from Ford to SRV.  There is also a couple of Britain's new smaller amps that can have surprisingly big sounds thanks to the Kemper.

The Modern Pack contains profiles made with the 3.0 firmware and must be used with firmware 3.0 or higher.  Scroll down for sound clips of the profiles.

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D-PACK – 60 Profiles
D-PACK – 60 Profiles

D-Pack is my collection of D*mble and D*mble-inspired amps for the Kemper Profiling Amplifier.  For reference, using an original Overdrive Special along with other great D-inspired amps like Fuchs, Ceriatone, and Two Rock, I've gathered some of my favorite tones from these iconic amps.  60 profiles wasn't enough to fully capture the full panorama of these great amps, but I tried to get some usable and (hopefully) inspiring tones to play--everything from the glassy cleans to the over-saturated, smooth, singing lead tones.

As with any amp that is capable of such tonal variation due to the mini-toggle switch settings, and different inputs, etc., these profiles are not meant to capture every setting of the amps, but are merely snapshots of my favorite settings.  The clips below highlight how subtle the differences are between the different amps and even different settings within the same amp.  This pack may not be for everyone, but hopefully some of you may find some joy in playing the dynamic D-Pack as much as I do.

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BoC
BoC Pack “Box of Chocolates” – 134 Profiles

"Mama always said life is like a box of chocolates" (Forrest Gump).  Well, in this case, mama might be referring to the BoC Pack (box of chocolates pack).  This pack contains 134 Profiles (112 studio profiles and 12 DI profiles for bass and acoustic).

After all of the other profile packs I've done, I tend to spend time looking to "fill holes" or find an amp that I've always wanted to profile.  What ended up happening was that I found myself with a lot of profiles that were kind of hard to put into a category.  They cover everything from boutique EL84 amps to funky little tweeds to acoustic preamps to a few higher gain beasts to bass amps.  Included in the BoC Pack are some samples of the amps in the Heavy Pack for those who don't want a full pack dedicated to high gain, but might have a use for a few.  It's a big pack, but I didn't feel comfortable charging any more than my usual.  

Check out the information sheet for details.

The BoC Pack contains profiles made with the 3.0 firmware and must be used with firmware 3.0 or higher.  The clips below were recorded into ProTools 10 using a Propellerhead Balance interface and a Tom Anderson Cobra with 3 P90 pickups, Ibanez Bass, and Tom Anderson Crowdster acoustic.

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69 Marsh
’69 MARSH PACK – 36 Profiles

When I think of my favorite overdrive tones, I always go to early 4-input Marshalls.  They can sound smooth or angry depending on how you play them.  I've gotten to play a couple of great old Plexis over the years and I own a '72 that I've profiled frequently.  I got the opportunity thanks to good friends to profile this '69 beauty.  It has been passed between friends from Nashville to L.A. and back.  It has that crispy top end that I hear on early Van Halen records.

I wanted to capture some variety, and even though I usually use my fave 3P 212 cab, I profiled this with 4 different cabs:  3P 212 CL80, Marshall 412 w/25w Greenbacks, Marshall 412 w/30w Celestions, and my Guytron closed back 212 w/Vintage 30.  I even got a few good clean sounds on top of the great overdrive tones.  There are even a couple where I just rolled the knobs up and dialed the Variac down to brown it out a little.  Hope you like 'em.

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Tweedy
TWEEDY PACK – 31 Profiles
You just can't beat old Fenders for some things.  The midrange growl and squishy overdrive can be heard on so many albums that it just sounds like "home sometimes.  Tweedy pack contains profiles from a '56 Pro, '56 Twin (serial #0019), and one of the early USA made Pro Jr. amps.  The simple circuits allow for fat, full tones without a lot of weird eq dips or tone loss from modern "features".  I tried to capture some cleans as well as some classic tweed overdrive profiles.  I've already incorporated a few of these into my live show and they sound great for recording too.
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J KELLEY PACK – 39 Profiles
J KELLEY PACK – 39 Profiles

One of the early boutique amp builders, Jim Kelley created some amazing amps used by Vince Gill, Bonnie Raitt, Lee Ritenour, and others.  There were only about 600 made so they're still pretty rare and though they don't fetch Dumble prices yet, they are amazing amps and built to last forever.  I profiled this tan 210 combo.

With all the pull knobs and two channels and proprietary power attenuator, there are a lot of possible settings and I couldn't possibly get to them all, but I tried to get some great usable tones from clean to crunch to saturated solo sounds.

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D Wood
D WOOD PACK – 32 Profiles

As most of you know I play in a country band, and although I can muddle my way through a couple of different styles, playing metal is not something I'm intimately familiar with.  That's why I did a little consulting/custom profiling with my buddy Paul.  He sent me this beautiful oversized-lunchbox beast and I have to admit I had never heard of this amp.  He sent me some suggested settings and beta-tested my results and I profiled some more.

I profiled with a couple of different speakers and tried different mics and combinations.  I dialed in and refined the profiles using a Les Paul and a Knaggs Kenai.  The profiles  have a lot more gain and more edge than I'm used to and they aren't something I can use on my gig, but they are kinda addicting to play.  Also included are 5 DI profiles.  Check them out.

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G Tron
G TRON PACK – 39 Profiles

Although not widely known, these amps are loved by the few that stumble upon them, including Jon Herrington, from Steely Dan's band.  They are truly unique in that they use two complete sets of power tubes (el84 & el34) in series.  This gives the amp it's unique tone and lots of options for tone tailoring.

The two-channel amp has basic controls for each channel (gain, volume, and tone) and then the 100w el34 power section has an entire eq section, not just a master volume and presence knob.  I highly recommend you check them out in person if you can.  Graydon at Guytron was kind enough to get mine up and running after the 2010 Nashville flood to which it fell victim.  I think it sounds better than ever now.  I tried to get a variety of tones from shimmering cleans to over-saturated lead tones.  Check them out.

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800
800 PACK – 46 Profiles

M Britt 800 Pack is for the long-haired tones of the 80's when hair metal bands roamed the Earth.  The earlier British metal-front amps turned into master volume monsters with preamp gain for days.  These 800-series amps were some of the most recorded tones of the era and I got my hands on a few different specimens, including a 100w 2203 clone, wicker front 800, as well as an original 50w chrome faced Jubilee and his 100w reissue cousin.  If you have an appetite for some kind of audio destruction or just want to rock your blues away, this may be the pack for you.

800 Pack requires 3.0 firmware or newer and while most amps were profiled using my trusty 3rd Power cabinet, the new separation algorithms make it easier to get more great sounds by switching to your favorite cabs as well.  The Clips below were recording using ProTools 10 with a Propellerhead Balance interface with no plug-ins or eq or processing using a Gibson '58 Les Paul RI with vintage output humbuckers.

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Heritage
COLONIAL PACK – 35 Profiles

The Heritage Amp company sprang from the Heritage Guitar Company and was based in Brentwood, TN, just around the corner from where I live.  Paul Cochrane, the designer and builder of the Tim and Timmy pedals (one of my faves if you haven't already noticed) was the amp designer and builder at Heritage amps and came up with some incredible-sounding amps.  In an effort to put all of his favorite Marshall-type flavors into one amp, he came up with the Colonial.

With switches for changing the preamp section, tone stack, rectifier section, and a knob to change the negative feedback, he could accurately capture the sounds of a '59 Bassman, JTM45, Super Bass, and Plexi.  I really don't know what took me so long to get one of these amps other than they're not on every corner.  For the money, they are hands-down the best deal on the planet if you want amazing tone.

I've never been a huge fan of a Marshall clean sound but with the US/UK switches I was able to find amazing clean sounds that bridge the gap between American and British amps.  Once you get it cranking and setting the switches to the Plexi mode it gets an amazing, creamy, bouncy, smooth overdrive.  But this thing is LOUD.  It is the loudest 50 watts I've ever heard and it's nice to be able to "tame" it by getting it into my Kemper.  I included profiles using my trusty Timmy, Archer, and Red (Col. Angus) homemade od pedal as well as a few different cabs for some tonal variety.  This amp is fast becoming one of my all-time favorites.

Colonial Pack requires 3.3 firmware and while most profiles were made using my trusty 3rd Power cabinet, the new separation algorithms make it easier to get more great sounds by switching to your favorite cabs as well.  These clips were recording into ProTools 10 using a Propellerhead Balance interface with no plug-ins or processing using my red Tom Anderson Cobra with 3 P90s.  Check out the soundclips below and as usual please excuse the sloppy playing...

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Heavy
HEAVY PACK – 50 Profiles

M Britt Heavy Pack is all about gain.  From a Duo Recto to Eddie's 100w 3-channel to Merlin to Victor, these profiles try to cover your high gain needs, from hard rock to metal to chugga chugga goodness.  These 36 studio profiles and 14 d.i. profiles were mostly voiced with humbuckers and should be tweakable enough to get where you need to go tonally.  Some with done with my trusty 3P cab and some were done with traditional 412 cabs.  I enlisted some professional help dialing tones on some of these since it's not my usual style of music, but who knows?  The more I play them the more I feel empowered! Ha.

Heavy Pack requires 3.0 firmware or newer and while most amps were profiled using my trusty 3rd Power cabinet, the new separation algorithms make it easier to get more great sounds by switching to your favorite cabs as well.

These clips were recorded into ProTools 10 using a Propellerhead Balance interface and a Tom Anderson Cobra with a Duncan JB bridge pickup and 59 neck pickup.

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D100
D100 PACK – 29 Profiles

The Diaz CD100 is one of those amps you don't see every day.  The CD100 is a 100w beast based (a little) on the high powered tweed twins but with added reverb and some pull knob options for getting unique higher gain tones.  It stays bluesy no matter where it is (since Cesar Diaz was SRV's guitar tech), but can cover a great range of tones from country cleans to searing lead tones.  You can see why this is one of Warren Haynes' go-to amps.  I had a CD100 for many years on the road and eventually parted ways but I found another recently to bring those tones back to my KPA.  These profiles cover many of the amp settings along with some gain pedals in front.

Diaz Pack requires 3.0 firmware and while most amps were profiled using my trusty 3rd Power cabinet, the new separation algorithms make it easier to get more great sounds by switching to your favorite cabs as well.  These clips were recording into ProTools 10 using a Propellerhead Balance interface with no plug-ins or processing using my red Tom Anderson Cobra with 3 P90s (pictured above).  Check out the soundclips below and as usual please excuse the sloppy playing...

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