Uh oh. Kemper just scared me during rehearsal

Discussion in 'Digital & Modeling Gear' started by suckamc, Feb 12, 2012.

  1. suckamc

    suckamc Member

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    Anyone else have this issue? I'm playing the kemper during a rehearsal and each single preset sounds like it has a high pass filter on it. Scary stuff. Turn the kemper off and back on and everything sounds killer again. Is there a button I could have bumped that accounts for that or was this a kemper bug? (it wasn't the sound guy)
     
  2. guitarnet70

    guitarnet70 Member

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    What FW are you running? 1.0.3 had that issue solved
     
  3. suckamc

    suckamc Member

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    Good question. Can't check now but I'll look later and update
     
  4. Gasp100

    Gasp100 Silver Supporting Member

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    Mine was delivered with an older version firmware, I have updated to the latest 1.03.7509? and I have not had that issue. I did have a weird one where I tweaked a profile (including some of the advanced features in the amp). Then whenever I would page back using the RIG button to the previous patch (untweaked) the GAIN would go through the roof.
    After a while I ended up tweaking that patch (with the gain issue) and saving it a few times and now it is ok. What is funny is if I chose a stock patch, then the troubled patch, no issue. But if I chose my tweaked patch and went BACK, boom the gain would shoot up to 100% and be ridiculously loud. All is well now though.
     
  5. bmi

    bmi Senior Member

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    Beta customer!!!
    That's what you are. ;o)
     

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