The Rig Pack features 26 studio profiles and is available free of charge.

Ruhr Area, Germany (November 26, 2013) -- Kemper Amps released the free Ace of Skunk Anansie Signature Rig Pack featuring all the glorious amp tones known from Ace with Skunk Anansie from the very beginning to today.

The two-day profiling session took place during the summer of 2014 at SX Studios north of London. All of Ace's amps were profiled with their original sound settings and numerous variations with two cabinets utilising Delta Sontronics, Shure SM 57 and Royer 121 microphones.

The team paid extra attention to the refining process to make sure that every nuance of the sound was captured to definitely match the sound, the dynamics and playing of the original amps. The rig pack features 26 studio profiles as well as four direct profiles for the use of The Profiler with standard guitar cabinets.

The Rig Pack is available free of charge from the download area of kemper-amps.com.

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