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Wisseloord Amp Collection Pack

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BM profiles Wisseloord amp collection pack

This pack contains 103 studio profiles, 57 merged profiles, 57 DI profiles
Amp decriptions:

TKL: trying to recreate the sound of a Van Weelden Twinkleland and Twinkelator which is a
masterful take on a Dumble Overdrive special. Musical, dynamic & powerful, are just a few of the
keywords that represent this high-quality, custom made and handwired masterbuilt guitar amplifier.
High priority bucketlist amp!!!

M-offset: trying to recreate the sound of a 1963 Marshall JTM 45 offset head. This is a highly
collectable amp. It’s one of the first handmade Marshall amps. I had the unique oppertunity to
profile it.

S-city: trying to recreate the sound of a Sound city 50 plus (1972). Very nice amp, normal and
treble input and patched. Took some profiles in combination with a vintage TS 808, fatdrive and a
big muff.

H-Wazz: trying to recreate the sound of a Hiwatt Custom 50. Great vintage amp, I use it a lot !!

IngW: trying to recreate the sound of a Marshall Yngwie Malmsteen. Cool Marshall amp !!

ML-Beta: trying to recreate the sound of a MI amplification megalith beta mk II. It rocks !!

KH: trying to recreate the sound of a 1983 Kittyhawk Supreme I. Started in Germany by two
brothers who were distributors of Mesa boogie an Dumble.The idea was doing the same trick by
building their own amp line. The first ones (supreme 1) were very good !!

Watkinzz: trying to recreate the sound of a 50’s Watkins Westminster. Very vintage !!

Egg: trying to recreate the sound of an Egnater mod 50. This one has a SL (superlead) module
and a DLX (deluxe) module. I was very surprised by the sound of this amp. Very nice, I love it !!

Viktor: trying to recreate the sound of a Victoria Golden melody. Sparkling cleans that are
powerful, punchy and complex sounding. The Golden Melody is very difficult to distort, I gave it a
try though. Used a Radial big shot on the amp.

Carz: trying to recreate the sound of a Carr Mercury. It sounds very vintage.

Magma: trying to recreate the sound of a 1958 Magnatone Troubadour 213. Magnificant sound.

Lane: trying to recreate the sound of a 1969 Laney sound supergroup MK I. Apparently it's the
'poor man's plexi' and was used on early Black Sabbath recordings. I also tried some
Suhr Shiba drive and Riot on it. Also a Vemuram.

D’Lux: trying to recreate the sound of a 1964 Fender Deluxe reverb. The Deluxe Reverb 1×12′′
has for decades been one of the most popular amps among all Fender amps. The Deluxe is a
small/medium-sized amp with an ability to deliver both sparkling clean tones and low wattage
breakup.

€49.95