So, this question is as a result of a FB Kemper Profiling Amp / KPA User Group discussion.
My best pre-Kemper sound was using an OR15 through one 2 x 12 cab and a 5150 II lead channel through another 2 x 12 cab. I had the OR15 set to about 1 or 2 o'clock on the gain which gave an amazing crunch sound with lovely mids and nice highs. I then used the 5150 II, blended in via an arrangement involving a volume pedal to the amount of bottom end girth / thump, ugliness / brootalz (sorry) to the mix.
From memory, again the gain only had to be at 1 or 2 o'clock on the gain channel to get that.
I had some issues with the reliability of the 5150 at the time and varying degrees of success taming hum etc that is inherent to such a complex set up.
Anyhow, until the lovely new Morph feature can work with two different rigs (no I'm not complaining ) I suspect someone could profile in a similar manner to my set up?
So, split the guitar input to both amps in varying degrees and capture the results by mic'ing and combining the results from both cabs.
Does this sound feasible? If so, the "only" issue is that I no longer own the amps and my small experiments with profiling show that I do not have the requisite skills to do a good job!
Are there any good / friendly / accommodating people there that would be agreeable to trying this out?