Alright, well I've been playing with my KPA for about a week and a half. I know I still have a lot to learn about but for now I would just REALLY like to get some decent sound out of it.
Everything I play through has a harsh fizz when I but any kind of crunch or distortion on it (not talking crazy overdriven).
I've been lurking around here the past week looking for threads and trying other people's fixes for it but I can't seem to get rid of it.
I'm just using the two main outputs going into a Digi002 and coming out of some Rokits. The sound quality is no better on headphones either. I've tried making sure levels are all nice and low and never getting any red lights from my ins or outs.
my guitar has seymour duncan humbucker and duckbuckers in it. Even if I turn my guitar volume way down the fizz persists.
I just can't seem to get that nice crunchy distortion going on and am plagued by this fizz. I don't have much time today so tomorrow I plan to go over everything again and update this thread as I go through the process in th ehopes that someone can tell me where I'm screwing up. It seems to come from the Amp section of the stack a because when I turn it off I can hear my guitar and it sounds clear but obviously is way too quiet and lacking much character. I've tried turning down the definition and it helps a little but not fully. Same with adding in some pre-EQ and dialing down the highs . Even when it gets muddy I still have this fizz.
Thinking I could just have my levels off somewhere (hopefully) but I THINK I've already checked that. Though I'll try it again tomorrow.
So frustrating to know what the Kemper is capable of and not be able to get it going. I haven't had this problem with software amplifiers before either so I'm tempted to say it isn't anything with the guitar. I'm borrowing a friend's strat soon so I'll be giving that a little bit of time probably.
Thanks in advance for any and all help.