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MRSH SB100 1968 Kemper Essential
  • MRSH SB100 1968 Kemper Essential

    This is it, this is THE tone of so many rock guitar records that it is futile to list them. One could consider the 68 Super Bass and Super Lead amps to be the ones that are most associated with the term "plexi" and are the archetypical Marshall sound that so many have in their mind.

    It instantly became our favorite for crunch and rock riffs, but it also has really nice cleanish tones on the menu. It is the first Marshall i've tried that actually does sound great on the "everyhting on 10" setting (well, almost everything - presence and volume have to be kept to 9 max, otherwise it starts to cave in). So these amps have definitely contributed to that approach.


    Tom Bukovac (arguable one of the best guitarists on the planet right now) conisders the 68 laydown transformer Super Bass to be the best of all Marshalls and quotes Eric Johnson agreeing on that. I think we won't argue with those guys .


    This is the amp for Band of Gypsys era Hendrix, for most of the 70's Led Zeppelin live stuff, early ZZ-Top, AC/DC (Malcolm Young), Eric Johnson and countless others.


    The set consists of 20 AMP+CAB and 1 DI profile ranging from Clean to Lead and featuring various EQ settings.Please refer to the full list of profiles unter the product pictures.


    The profile gain levels are set for vintage single coils, for humbuckers you need to lower the input gain accordingly to your guitars output. 


    Get a free profile of this amp on rig exchange by searching the user amalgamaudio.  


      - 4xEL34
      - 3x12AX7
      - SS rectifier
      - Fixed bias
      - 100W output

    • Return & Refund Policy

      As this is a digital product and there is no way to retreive the product after the sale, we issue no refunds on the captures sets, packs or bundles. We do however do our best to convey a good representation of the  captures.

    • Importing Profiles

      After downloading the Profile set to your computer, the profiles can be imported to Kemper through the Rig Manager - just drag & drop them to "My Profiler".

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