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Ceriatone King Kong 100W "clean to mean" - Suhr RL vs Red Seven Amp Central RL (16 dBu)

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Ceriatone King Kong 100W "clean to mean" - Suhr RL vs Red Seven Amp Central RL (16 dBu)Ceriatone King Kong 100W "clean to mean" - Suhr RL vs Red Seven Amp Central RL (16 dBu)Ceriatone King Kong 100W "clean to mean" - Suhr RL vs Red Seven Amp Central RL (16 dBu)Ceriatone King Kong 100W "clean to mean" - Suhr RL vs Red Seven Amp Central RL (16 dBu)Ceriatone King Kong 100W "clean to mean" - Suhr RL vs Red Seven Amp Central RL (16 dBu)
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Ceriatone King Kong 100W

Description

Ceriatone King Kong 100W "clean to mean" - Suhr RL vs Red Seven Amp Central RL (16 dBu) Clean, edge of breakup, hi-gain and "dimmed" profiles of my Ceriatone King Kong 100W. Each amp profile has been shot through 2 reactive loads: • Suhr Reactive Load • Red Seven Amp Central • Profile types: Direct (no cabinet included -> IRs required) • Tubes: v1 EH 7025, v2 ENGL ECC83, v3 Mullard ECC83 i63, v4 TungSolECC83, v5 Tesla E83CC, 4 x JJ EL34II in poweramp • Signal chain : MOTU M4 -> SignalArt Reamp -> Ceriatone King Kong 100W -> Suhr RL -> Motu M4 • Reamp chain calibrated for: 16 dBu • How to use the "calibration (dBu)" value: https://thegearforum.com/threads/nam-neural-amp-modeler.1698/page-20#post-73687

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