No, I got your point. I did. I don't think you got mine though. I'm assuming you would agree that Amp A responds differently than amp B. If I roll the volume back on Amp A, when it's at point of break-up, it responds differently than doing the same on Amp B. Amp B's notes bloom differently. Different responses to pick attack, etc. Their tone, is different. So, in regards to what your talking about, you are going to adjust your approach differently, to approximate tat tone in your head. Your going to 'play' them differently. Just you and the amp, but with 2, different (or 3 or 4) trying to get that full range of your sound with each. My Kemper has a crapload of effects. Not Axe FX numbers, but a ton. I don't really mess wit them often. What I DO like to do, is dial-up different amps, and working with their different nuances, responses, to play them as the slightly different instrument they are, adjust MY technique to factor them in, Just me, guitar, Amp Rig wit Amp Profile and MAYBE reverb.