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Discussion in 'Digital & Modeling Gear' started by seigmen, Jul 19, 2019.
July 24, 2019. Some of those images sure look like a floor unit. Maybe a next gen footswitch? But the drawing might have a USB port on it. This ought to spin some heads...
Can't help wondering if it is a hoax though.
I wonder if they are still deep in the welding process?
Looks more like the foreshadowed floor unit. Look at the jacks along the top of the drawing (ie out the back of a floor unit) Seems like this will merge the function of the current floor controller and the KPA and be run from the new editor.
That's a floor unit. TAKE MY MONEY RIGHT NOW!
Based on the design graphics in the video, it has the earmarks of a floor unit.
I guess we’ll find out soon. But, if it is a floorboard unit, then I will definitely get it.
Someone on the Kemper FB (shudder) group posted a FaceApp pic of CK showing off the editor at 93 years old at a future NAMM
I've been one of the patient people waiting for the editor. I hope they announce it's available when the Kemper Floor is announced
This is awesome, though I wonder what it'll do to used Kemper Profiler prices.
Will also be interesting to see whether the floorboard can profile, or whether it's just a player of profiles.
Blueprint looks a bit like a floor unit (which would be awesome), but the color still at ~0:18 is dead flat like a capacitive control surface (which would be an annoyingly proprietary way to finally ship an editor LOL.)
Not much to go on. I skipped to the end and saw "9AM PST". Thought it said "9 AMPS" and wondered for half a second how there could be this much hype over a few new profiles.
It's a floor unit, I wonder what the price points will be. The digital wars are heating up again. Dig it.
That's absolutely a floor unit.
The ad doesn’t have the typical Kemper aesthetic. Something’s off about it but we’ll see.
Wifi compatible toster/oven with a clock?
Distraction for us toe tappers waiting for the editor...
I think we're still just seeing concept art here. The color image that follows the blueprint, is just that - an image. So my comment about its looking like a control surface is likely moot. It's basically a prettier revision of the blueprint.