interestingly enough there are ppl in this forum that have that sort of amps/cabs and still choose to use the Axe.If there's a REAL Diezel or Bogner with a oversized Mesa cabinet in the studio... I'll be sitting my beer on the (unplugged) Axe Fx.
There was one recent post on TGP that implied that the KPA has a "dynamics processor" that addressed that. If so, the profile could be a relatively static capture with the processor inferring how the real amp would behave.How does the kemper handle guitar volume controls? I would think that it would have to sweep across to figure out the non-linear response curve of the amp.
I didn't state that it was taking over, I was asking if it was, hence the question mark in the thread title. Surely someone that has nearly 40k posts between two forums has learned a bit of reading comprehension huh?
And this is the kind of reason I'd actually want something like a kemper. Having the experience of setting up something perfectly to want to return to it a week after cuz there was something you missed in tracking the first time, I know how useful something like this would be. Don't see myself selling an axe cuz of it, but it will have its uses.For studio productions you can setup an amp with microphones and then record with your real amp. If you want to replace a track month later, you just use your profile. Because you could have problems to get the amp miked up exactly the same way.