I'm starting to seriously consider picking up one of the new high-end modeling amps (Kemper, Axe FX, Helix). I've owned a POD since it first came out back in the day. What was that? Late 90s? One of things I've never liked about modeling technology is I felt it sterilized the guitar. In that I mean all my humbucker guitars sounded the same. Where as when I play them through a tube amp, I can tell the difference between each. I own a Two Notes Torpedo Live now which I think is fantastic. So I am currently using some modeling/IRs in my chain. What I've liked about the Two Notes is it maintains the characteristics of your guitars and amps. So for example the Kemper or Axe FX, do you feel it sterilizes your guitars at all or do they keep their own distinct sound? For example, I have a PRS with SD Whole Lotta Humbuckers, a single cut with PRS 7s, and an LP with SD APH2s. They all sound like humbuckers but still different from each other. I want to be able to keep that. Thanks!