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Kemper listened, and here it is: the entire Kemper Profiler in a rack-mount just 3 units high.
Featuring a user interface almost identical to the the lunchbox version, the Kemper Profiler Rack is just as easy to operate. The layout is highly intuitive and already familiar
to users of more traditional amps.
The most important parameters, such as gain, tonestack and volume, are directly accessible. There are even dedicated knobs to control the reverb and delay from the front panel.
For decades, the electric guitarist has been shackled to the tube amplifier as the only solution to get “that sound”. With the advent of the Kemper Profiler, everything has
changed. Now, for the first time, you are free to create amp tones as unique and individual as you, and capture them perfectly into the digital domain.
“Profiling” is the name Kemper have given their proprietary technology that captures the sound and feel of a tube amplifier. The resulting profiles go far beyond a list of static,
digital amp models - profiling creates a vivid, dynamic and multi-dimensional reproduction of your existing tube amp.
Profiling an amp is as simple as plugging it in and pressing “record.” Just insert it into the recording chain, sit back, and watch the magic. Test signals will be sent from the
unit into your tube amp and recorded by the microphone in front of your cabinet. Less than a minute later, the sonic DNA of your tube amp has been extracted.
Use the A/B mode to compare the original tube amp with the profiled sound. The “Refine“ feature lets you fine-tune the nuances of your profile by simply strumming a few chords –
a fast and convenient way to tweak the profile to perfection.
The four stomp slots let you choose from traditional drive pedals, wahs and EQs, as well as more exotic effects like frequency shifter and wave shaper. Post-amp, you can add up to
four stereo effects, including various reverbs, delays and modulation effects. Many effects have a built-in “Ducking“ parameter – just find your perfect setting, then store it for
easy recall as an effect preset.