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I was trying out some new Kemper profiles and I found one I really liked and instantly noticed how much "string scratch noise" it exceggerated compared to other profiles I've used previously. You know, when taking different chords and your fingers move across strings. During fast riffs its hard to avoid.
And I'm somebody who does my best to do clean playing, with proper muting and everything, and suddenly I sound like a complete beginner with this profile.

Have you noticed any particular amps being more prone to "scratch" sounds ?
 

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Anything either fairly bright, or voiced a little more "crunchy" and prone to breaking up faster in the high end, will probably react this way.
The thing is this tone is NOT brighter than another profile I used before; I liked this because it was more tame in the high end, but still "produced" more scratches
 
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