Am I the only one who notices an excess of that very particular high end signature at the KPA outputs? In fact it's not necessarily "high end", it really resembles what is commonly known as "twang" and associated with telecasters, for lack of a better description. I have tried to determine the offending frequency or frequencies and failed miserably. Lately I've been comparing the original amp tone with the KPA profile and can't seem for the life of me to make them sound close enough that the KPA turns out as inspiring as the original. Not sure if I'm getting the idea across here, I know what I'm saying is quite subjective, but I'm hoping someone else feels the same and, better yet, has worked out a solution for the "problem". I'm putting the KPA through a Yamaha DXR10 for monitoring if that helps.
Now don't get me wrong, I love the KPA and have no plans of selling it, it's a great solution for having decent amp sounds with a lightweight setup and small footprint, but I will honestly say that it's not nearly as inspiring as the real thing precisely because of its high end content.