God of the Promise – Elevation Worship – Kemper Performance

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This Kemper Performance file re-creates the guitar tones from the song ‘God of the Promise’ as recorded by Elevation Worship. It is designed to be used with the Kemper Remote, and all effects are included in the Kemper.

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Description

In this demo Bradford is using a Gretsch Sparkle Jet (Duo Jet)

This Kemper Performance file re-creates the guitar tones from the song ‘God of the Promise’ as recorded by Elevation Worship. It is designed to be used with the Kemper Remote, and all effects are included in the Kemper.

PROFILE BY SELAH SOUNDS

The profile used in the Performance is a premium profile from the “Dual + Matched’ profile pack from Selah Sounds – it’s a profile of a Matchless HC-30. The Profile is included in this performance.

Selah Sounds makes incredible profiles of many amps – you can see their full line-up here.

RIG MANAGER

Performances are handled differently than Profiles. To import this performance to your Kemper, you’ll need to use Rig Manager, which is free software available from Kemper.

SLOTS AND EFFECTS

We’ve set up the different song sections in the different slots on the remote (Rig Buttons 1-5), and we’ve mapped effects that you’ll likely want to access on the effects buttons (Effects Buttons 1-4).

Rig Buttons (Slots) and effects button assignments associated with each rig

  1. RIFF: The main song riff
    1. EFFECTS 1: Pure Booster (on)
    2. EFFECTS 2: Chromatic Pitch (on)
    3. EFFECTS 3: Single Delay (1/8th) (on)
    4. EFFECTS 4: Dual Delay (dotted 8th) (on)
  2. VS/CH: Main rhythm tone for the verse and chorus sections
    1. EFFECTS 1: Pure Booster (off)
    2. EFFECTS 2: Single Delay (1/8th) (on)
    3. EFFECTS 3: Dual Delay (dotted 8th) (off)
    4. EFFECTS 4: Reverb (on)
  3. BRIDGE:
    1. EFFECTS 1: Pure Booster (off)
    2. EFFECTS 2: Single Delay (1/8th) (off)
    3. EFFECTS 3: Dual Delay (dotted 8th) (on)
    4. EFFECTS 4: Reverb (on)
  4. CLEAN: This isn’t in the song itself, but a clean tone is nice to have available to you at any time. This slot morphs to get more reverb.
    1. EFFECTS 1: Pure Booster (off)
    2. EFFECTS 2: Single Delay (1/8th) (off)
    3. EFFECTS 3: Dual Delay (dotted 8th) (off)
    4. EFFECTS 4: Reverb (on)
  5. SWELLS: This isn’t in the song either, but you always need swells in your back pocket. Morph for more delay and shimmer.
    1. EFFECTS 1: Tremolo (off)
    2. EFFECTS 2: Pure Booster (off)
    3. EFFECTS 3: Crystal Delay (on)
    4. EFFECTS 4: Dual Delay (on)

MAKING CHANGES FOR OUR GUITAR

We tested this performance with multiple guitars, but ultimately you may want to tweak it a bit for your guitar, which will most likely have a different output level and pickup tone than our guitars.

Start with the ‘Definition’ and ‘Clarity’ controls on the amp

These two controls have an enormous impact on the overall tone, and are very efficient at adjusting the gain structure and clarity/tone of the sound, all without straying too far away from the base tone. They’re perfect for tailoring a patch made with humbuckers to a single coil guitar (or vice versa). We always recommend starting here rather than EQ or Gain controls.

EQ Controls: From there, adjust the EQ controls (in the amp stack). If the tone is a bit dark or bright, adjust the EQ to compensate.

Gain control (proceed with caution). We recommend adjusting the gain on the amp last – especially raising the gain. This will introduce digital gain, which sounds pretty gross – it does not behave like a gain knob on an amp. If you need more gain, either adjust the definition control or increase the level control on the compressor. If you need less gain, turn the gain control down works well.

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