The Kemper Profiler is the leading-edge digital guitar amplifier and all-in-one effects processor.
Hailed as a game-changer by guitarists the world over, the Profiler is the first digital guitar amp to really nail the full and dynamic sound of a guitar or bass amp. This is made possible by a radical, patented technology and concept which we call "Profiling".
For decades, the electric guitarist has been shackled to the tube amplifier as the only means of achieving "that sound". The combination is undoubtedly glorious, but far from ideal - achieving consistent results between practice room, studio and stage presents a significant challenge to guitarists, just as it has since the early 1940s.
The Profiler Head comes with classic curves. It makes a perfect silhouette on a 4x12 cabinet. Still, it's so light and compact that it can be taken onto a plane as hand-luggage. The footprint of the Head is tiny - designed to stand on the desk of your project studio, right beside your computer. The Profiler Head is available in black and white colour.
With the advent of the Kemper Profiler, everything has changed. For the first time in history, guitar players are free to create their most individual tones -tones that reflect the very essence of their playing style- and then capture them exactly into the digital domain with Kemper's unique technology.
Profiling is the key!
Feel like you don't have any tube amps worth profiling? No problem!
The Profiler ships with hundreds of amps and Rigs already installed, profiled by professional musicians and engineers that hail from some of the world’s top studios. In addition to that you can access and explore another couple hundreds of Rigs preinstalled in our RigManager software. This premier selection of factory Rigs grants you access to the rarest and finest amps on the planet.
We are constantly refining, updating and extending our free-to-use libraries by fine-tuning the existing catalog and by adding brand new licensed content. Our goal is to allow our users to enjoy the full spectrum of guitar culture and heritage, with a vast range of profiles available even within each genre.