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  1. #209


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    It sounds like a Pod to me.

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  3. #210


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    The interface is pretty nice, especially the I/O remapping right from the front panel. The tones weren't BAD, they just sounds poorly captured but obviously that excuse is wearing thin. Video confirms you can import any Neural plugins you bought, and Plini, Nolly, etc. all are pretty widely appreciate, so at a minimum you'll be able to get THOSE out of it.
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  4. #211


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  6. #212


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    Quote Originally Posted by Not Mr. Test View Post
    I hate to say this but I agree with Ant to a point.

  7. #213


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    Still sounds kinda like crap


  8. #214


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    Whenever I jam with my buddies, we silently sit around pensively staring at each other in dimly lit rooms.

    Fuck this thing, just buy a damn Fractal.

  9. #215


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    Quote Originally Posted by Not Mr. Test View Post
    Whenever I jam with my buddies, we silently sit around pensively staring at each other in dimly lit rooms.

    Fuck this thing, just buy a damn Fractal.
    This. It’s odd to me that guitarists, as picky of our tones as we are, will buy a Kemper that can only rely on profiles someone else made while dealing with an unrealistic EQ section.

    Having the ability to tweak EVERY aspect of your tone is priceless. Sure, it takes a little while to understand what parameter does what, but after 2 months with an AxeFX, you’ll know what to do. Just fuckin’ turn the knobs and you’ll get what you’re going for. Fuck, most of my presets are a drive pedal into an amp and into a cab. You can’t get more simple than that.
    Perfection is the enemy of progress.

  10. #216


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rev Drucifer View Post
    This. It’s odd to me that guitarists, as picky of our tones as we are, will buy a Kemper that can only rely on profiles someone else made while dealing with an unrealistic EQ section.
    I'd pump the brakes on that one. The KPA amps absolute sound better out of the box than the Ax

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