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I found the Kemper UI a breeze. The Helix is also a breeze, which is a giant accomplishment given how much more powerful it is.If you care about the sound above everything else, get the Kemper.
If you want to duplicate your existing tube amps, get the Kemper.
If obtuse user interfaces make you crazy, get the Helix.
I did a search and nothing came up. I use DuckDuckGo, though. I’ll read that thread, too. Thanks!
What features are you interested in and how do you plan to use them?I'm looking for a replacement for my Firehawk FX and wide open to considering options. I have it whittled down to the Kemper or the Helix.
Which one should I get and why?
No wrong answers here for sure!
Sure. I like to set up a virtual rig that has pretty much everything I want or need live in a variety of playing situations. Minimally that looks like two drives (or a drive and eq), an amp that’s able to go from clean to crunch with pick attack and volume knob, two delays, and two reverbs (room or spring and something more dramatic). I’d rather have that plus a fuzz, pre-drive reverb, spring reverb, rotary, wah, envelope filter, compressor(s), octave, and trem.Can you elaborate on that?