You can get a lot of different profiles - free and commercial - for and from the same amp models. And people swear on what they've chosen or made. So, if these profiles of the same amp are really sounding so different as these guys say: Why is this so? I always thought the Kemper profiler itself deeply suckles the soul of an amp out of it?
Ok, I understand that an amp with (very) different channels must be profiled for all these channels.
- But given one channel which will be profiled by someone: Does it matter how the EQs or gain or volume on the amp were set?
- The Kemper starts profiling with it's own secret/strange attacks on the amp, and only when this is done, you can invoke the Kemper to do some refinements, when you play some chords with your guitar.
- And then: will the result of these refinements depend on the guitar you are using? On the selected pick-ups? On the volume of the guitar? On the attack to strings by the player?
- Further, ignoring if you profile by microphone or digital interface: does the resulting profile depend on the input level given to the Kemper?
This are some of my questions, when reading about profiles and their misteries.