’79 2204 Father of the 800 V9 Liquid!


Top of the heap profiles for your Kemper, these are amazing!

Serious great amp here!



Seeking to recreate the sound of a 1979 Marshall JMP 2204 master volume amp using the following equipment:

Total profiles so far, 118.

Initial release includes 51 profiles of using various tubes and gain levels with a Marshall 1960AV cabinet mic’d with SM57 and R121 microphones.

V2 Added 35 profiles using a Mesa 2×12 cabinet with V30 and H30 speakers dual mic’d with a Shure SM57 and Royer R121. All gain levels.

V3 Added 10 Direct Amp profiles!

V4 Added 11 profiles using a Royer R121 on a V30, Creamback H75, 1988 T75 and an Alnico Gold.

V5 Added 2 Direct Amp/Merged sets and 15 studio profiles, high gain. Boosts used: Blade, Savage Drive, SD-1 and Big Muff. Don’t miss these!

V6 Added 11 Direct Amp profiles.

V7 Added 22 profiles 3 Direct Amp and 19 studio!

V8 Added 4 Direct Amp Liquid profiles. For me #01 is it!

V9 Added 6 Studio Liquid profiles!

This pack does blues, rock, classic rock, jazz, metal and everything else! Tones to dream of. Masterful.

Click here for photos of the amp and more on the Kemper forum.

Many updates will follow free of charge with multiple speaker and mic configuration.

Someone asked if there are DI or merged profiles and how it sounded through a regular cabinet. There will be DA and Merged though not just yet.

Warning, phone mic in action. I turned the Kemper cab section off and used the power amp in the Powerhead to the 1960AV here:

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