I have been using the Studio EQ and ducking parameter to modify how profiles react for quite a while now. I think there was another user explaining this in a video too. Maybe it has been mentioned here already already, but repetition isn't inherently evil.
I'm using a profile of Doug Aldrich's own amp, which is also boosted with the green scream. It's a great profile. Problem is it does not clean up as well when boosted to hell (no wonder).
Well -- enter kemper's built in Studio EQ. With a bit of help from there and its "ducking" parameter and I can get an even bigger tonal range. Can get blasting metal to blues to really clean cleans, all accessible via guitar's volume knob. Perhaps I'm not illustrating the effect that well here, but there's indeed quite a difference.
Bear in mind I'm also switching between bridge to neck pickup within this comparison. Dimarzio injector on neck (stacked humbucker, Paul Gilbert pickup), hot rails on bridge.
Now how you'd set the Studio EQ depends on your profile, of course, and intended purpose. A few cool uses here.
Anyway, I hope you'll find this useful in case you hadn't tried it before. Am high on fever... but still filming Just chose "studio EQ" and play with the settings and "ducking" parameter.
It's not like this cannot be done with other units, but I find it works very well with the kemper. Quite natural feeling.
PS: I say "picking velocity" in the video. I actually mean how hard you pick, picking dynamics of course.