[NAMM] Kemper confirms the Profiling Amp Rack
Soon after we announced it yesterday, Kemper confirmed the launch of the rack version of their amp simulator, along with an amplified version.
Featuring a user interface nearly identical to the lunchbox version, the Kemper Profiler Rack is just as easy to operate, with the most important parameters, such as gain, tonestack and volume directly accessible. There are even dedicated knobs to control the reverb and delay from the front panel.
The Rack version as well as the Lunchbox version will also be available with a built-in 600W (8 Ohms, 300W at 16 Ohms) Class D amplifier. With these amplified versions, guitar players can use the Kemper CabDriver mode and choose to play through regular guitar cabinets or full range monitor systems.
The Kemper Profiler Rack will be available some time after NAMM and retails for Euro 1550,- and USD 2025.
The Kemper Profiler PowerRack will be available some time after NAMM and retails for Euro 2100,- and USD 2730.
The Kemper Profiler PowerHead will be available some time after NAMM and retails for Euro 2100 and USD 2730. Owners of the original Kemper Profiler will be able to purchase the Amp Upgrade for a price TBA. More information on kemper-amps.com.
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