skoczy I get where you are coming from.
The THR is not the same as a KPA. Different price point, different features etc. so comparing is not really valid. The THR is a great practice amp, Im thinking of getting one myself for a bit of fun, so the idea of Kemper making a similar portable self contained unit is a great idea.
Personally my KPA is only for live work. Its set up and packed away purely for gigs. I decided to do some home recording recently and it was a pain for me to plug it all in, only because of how it is racked up and linked to a wireless - so to reiterate, this is only because I've rigged everything up focussed on live work. For practicing at home I tend to use a plug in( Amplitube) for convenience.
What is great about the KPA is it will cover every base anyway but for what skoczy called out, a unit closer to the THR could have a market...
Indeed V8guitar - my post was not about to say one is better than another. My post was to show the convenience of playing desktop amp. I've used VST plugins, but honestly this is the least convenient way of playing guitar. Kemper is great for what it is, and even THR has USB recording abilities, I use Kemper to record anything.
But to play and practice (and we need to practice whole life) I tend to use desktop amp.
I wish it was Kemper Desktop Amp.
- I wish it looked eye catchy with their green color.
- I wish they would put 2x 4" small Kones.
- I wish it had bluetooth for audio streaming and had rechargable battery.
- I wish off course it'd use the same technology as older brothers.
I wish, so I requested.