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This pack includes 62 profiles (44 Studio Profiles, 6 Direct Amp and 12 Merged profiles) that try to simulate the sound of the Marshall JTM-60 combo amp (more particularly, the JTM-615). These are profiles made of a 1995 rare Marshall JTM-60 in excellent condition. 26 Profiles of the Green Channel and 22 profiles of the Red Channel. You get very clean sounds (the best clean sounds Marshall has ever made, a la Twin Reverb), Marshall Crunch sounds, and high gain sounds, but the profiles are not suited for very high gain (e.g. metal style) and can best be used for pop, country, classic rock, funk, blues etc.

Check out the sound samples below. Each sound is produced solely by the amp (and sometimes a simple booster pedal in front of the amp). No plugins, no adjustments, we've only used reverb on some profiles (courtesy of the Kemper Profiling Amp).

Check out the sounds on Soundcloud :


Here's a list of the profiles used in the sound samples:

  • 00:00 FS '60 A0201 (Green Channel volume 2) Strat
  • 00:22 FS '60 A0401 (Green Channel volume 4) LP
  • 00:48 FS '60 A1001 (Green Channel volume 10) SG
  • 01:48 FS '60 A1001 (Green Channel volume 10) Strat
  • 02:33 FS '60 A1001bo (Green Channel volume 10 + boost) LP
  • 02:60 FS '60 A1001bo (Green Channel volume 10 + boost) SG
  • 04:51 FS '60 A1001pa (Green Channel volume 10 + parallel effects loop) SG
  • 05:41 FS '60 A1003embo (Green Channel volume 10 + boost, emulated output) SG
  • 06:05 FS '60 B1301M (Red Channel Gain 13 Merged) SG
  • 06:52 FS '60 B1001 (Red Channel Gain 10) Strat
  • 07:12 FS '60 B1001pa (Red Channel Gain 10 + parallel effects loop) Strat
  • 07:30 FS '60 B1002 (Red Channel Gain 10) LP
  • 08:08 FS '60 B1003pa (Red Channel Gain 10 + parallel effects loop) LP
  • 08:28 FS '60 B1302M (Red Channel Gain 13 Merged) LP


The material that was used for making this pack, is the following:

  • a rare Marshall JTM-615 combo from 1993 with an Eminence LE15 16 Ohm 15" speaker
  • has 2xEL34 and 4x12"AX7 tubes
  • a boost pedal of Mooer which doesn't change the sound but just gives more gain in the pre-amp stage
  • a Shure SM57 mike

Click here for the rig list of the '60 Pack!

"Note: All product names and trademarks are the property of their respective owners, which are in no way associated or affiliated with Flying Snowman Productions. Product names are used solely for the purpose of identifying the specific products that were studied during Flying Snowman Production's sound profiling process. Use of these names does not imply any co-operation or endorsement. You are purchasing a license to use these profiles for your own personal and/or professional use but profiles are not for resale or for any other unlicensed distribution, free or compensated. The Flying Snowman Production profiles simply seek to re-create the sound of the stomp boxes and amplifiers listed and any use of brand names is strictly for comparison purposes."

Kemper Testimonies


Suseguitar from Kemper forum:
I had a chance to play one of the profiles (037508) yesterday in our rehearsal room, played my Strat with Quarterpounds ;) - the solosound is just awesome, assertive, supporting and inspiring. Great work!

Ibot39 from Kemper forum:
After testing the profiles my conclusion is: The pack does exactly what the author is advertising. You get the Blackmore sound from the mentioned era. Humbuckers are possible, other 70s rock-sounds with a little tweaking. But the real soul of this pack is authentic Blackmore-tone! For this it was created with an ear for details and this is were the rigs shine! Thanks for the nice pictures that complement this special pack. I have to highlight the pdf that comes with the profiles offering very detailed information. Great!

Laker from Kemper forum:
These profiles are the real deal IMHO.

Riddlescott from Kemper Forum:
I like it the better the longer i play it. What i also appreciate is the tasty effects settings. Highly recommended for the real Marshall Bluesy Staccato Strat Sound.

raiellojr from Kemper forum:
I like the pack a lot...a little tweaking and I can get real close to your sound samples.