This is my first post here ive only recently got my kemper and I was wondering if I could use it into the front of my amp as a replacememt pedalboard?
I just think it might be a another option for a few rigs just to have the stack section disabled.
Has anyone tried this and is it a possibility or will the signal not suit the input of a guitar amp
Yes, if you turn the Stack off, you can do this.
One way to do it:
Guitar to Kemper.
FX slots A, B, and C can be used for effects.
Put the Kemper FX loop in Slot D
Kemper FX send connects to the Input of your amp.
The Amplifier's FX send connects to the Kemper FX Return,
Slots X, MOD, Delay, Reverb can be used for effects.
The Kemper Monitor Output connects to the Amplifier's FX return,
Thanks for the reply ill give it a go later on im just not used to the frfr modelled tones and cant get them where I want them yet so some patches suited to an amp would be neat:-)
I'd disable the Amplifier and Cabinet sections only and keep the EQ active
As for using the Profiler with a guitar amp, you can disable the cabs section and feed the Return socket of your amp with the Profiler.
Hi thanks for that tip. I will try that out too:-) I just need to decide one way or another what way im going to use this so as to have the most flexibility. ..good fun tho:-)
I used to do it the way I described with my Marshall and a Vox Tonelab.
By turning the FX loop on or off, You can have your choice of the real amp active, or the Kemper amp section active with each Rig you access with a footswitch, MIDI controller, or The Remote.