I have Studio 22, Dual Rectifier, Mark B:25 and a Triaxis so am pretty well acquainted with Mesa amps. The basic tone stack is pretty consistent across all models but the push/pull shifts and mode switches etc add different component values. I imagine Kemper could mode this in one of two ways. Either include individual tone stacks for each combination or assign the options to sofkeys.
in case of the Friedman BE100 model, the (numerous) switches weren't modelled.
it is assumed that a Liquid Profile is made of each desirable combination, thereby strengthening the pool of usable, real-world tones instead of providing endless minor iterations 'just because'