I'm quite new Kemper user, so possibly I don't understand something yet. So here's the story. I wanted to find some good quality profiles of good vintage amps to use it with my overdrive pedals. The intention was to get as close as possible to real things in terms of sound and feel. There are a lot of extremely positive reviews on the internet about Michael's profiles and every other says that they are just like real deal if not better. So I pulled the trigger and when I was reading additional product details after my purchase I had found this:
"Speakers and mics – I like to profile amps using the same speaker cab and mic setup.
While some amps might benefit from using their built-in speakers/cabs, I find that I get the
best and most-usable results from this setup. My Classic Lead 80 is an even, smooth
speaker with tight bottom that doesn’t impart too much speaker character onto the
As far as I know cab and mic have great impact on the final sound (actually much bigger than the actual amp), they have even influence on the feel to some extent. So the decision to use the same speaker/cab for all profiles is quite strange to me to say the least.
Any thoughts about this are much appreciated.
Do you know any other good profiles of Fender vintage amps with more authentic approach of making them, preferably Silverface, it seems almost nobody likes them, simply impossible to find profiles of that series?