I openly admit I haven't paid much attention to amp modeling in the past few years. Instead I've steadily collected an awesome stable of tube amps that I love. Among the ones that see the most use are my Two Rock Bi-Onyx, Dr z. M12, Bogner Goldfinger, Bogner Duende, and Mesa Electra Dyne. I have a two pedaltrains loaded with a bunch of great pedals. Overall I'm really happy with my tone and my rig. So what's the problem right? Well the artist I play for has been booking lots of "one off" fly dates and I'm getting sick of using rented backline. Most of the amps I own and play backline companies don't carry. Normally I can approximate my tone in almost any amp but I just feel like I need to find some consistency from show to show somehow........ Enter the ELEVEN RACK with Voodoo Labs Ground Control. My sound guy let me borrow his Eleven Rack this week to mess around with and see if it could fill the need for me. I was expecting to hate it.... I don't hate it but it's still no better than sticking my pedal board in front of a backlined deluxe reverb and having at it tone wise. Overall, It definitely opened my eyes to how far amp modeling has come but it still isn't convincing enough for me to say that it's THE solution for me. The "In between" tones on the Eleven Rack are pretty good and satisfied me overall. But the Cleans were kind of anemic and lifeless. Also, the higher gain tones were way too digital sounding for me. The next obvious solutions are Axe Fx, Two Notes, and Kemper Products.. The problem is I don't really have access to try any of these products. A torpedo live would still require me to fly with one of my amp heads so while that's an obvious solution to maintain consistent tone it's not really viable. Perhaps a torpedo cab and a tube preamp pedal? Or just get a Kemper and profile my amps? Anyone else here a through and through tube amp addict that has used any of these solutions with great results?? Do Axe Fx and Kemper Profilers sound THAT much better than the Eleven Rack?