cameron jose modded marshall merged
Mark Cameron, master amp modder to the stars modded this 70s JMP marshall. It has the famous Jose mod - High Gain version on the front, footswitchable Low Gain version on the back. There are profiles of each channel - 27 total High Gain and 21 total Low Gain, which is still crunchy. Most profiles in this set include regular, merged and direct out. Why include all three instead of just merged? Regular and merged can still sound a little different, this gives a few more options. Also if Kemper improves the merged process, you can merge these on your own with the regular and direct out profiles. Merged and direct out profiles in this set were tested with a Kemper Powerhead into the cabinet used for profiling. They are accurate and sound like the original amp.
- MD421 - Sennheiser classic, used on drums and guitar amps. Looks like a phaser from Star Trek!
- PR20+ribbon This signal path is a Focusrite ISA One analog standalone preamp into an MXL Ribbon microphone combined with a Heil PR20.
- sm57 - just about everyone knows what this is. Mine is a Unidyne III USA made model from the late 60s. Yes there is a difference between mine and a new import one.
sound clip of cameron profiles
Soundclip recorded with Kemper SPDIF output to MOTU 896mkIII. All guitars are Cameron profiles sold on this page, guitar used was a Tom Anderson surf burst. Bass guitar was a 80s Charvel using Petes Profiles Sansamp profiles. Drums were programmed midi, triggering Slate Samples.