@jaumeantu Ah, I see!
Have you ever thought about reamping?
I bought a set for reamping. Not cheap, but worth it (Radial Reamping Kit).
There’s an awesome DI included.
With that you could try and record any real amp you like afterwards (or change the amp on your virtual amp or Kemper). There are even studios that record your “clean” guitar tracks with decent expensive amps for you.
I plugged the through output to my Kemper and the DI out (line signal) into the interface directly. So I can record both, the amp signal and the line signal to be able to change the amp afterwards by reamping it. For the reamping part you need the line signal transformed to a guitar signal. For this you need the second box of the kit.
Cheap DI boxes make the sound bad. You can forget those, you will only be disappointed.
Small edit note afterwards: When using a Kemper (and I’m sure other gear as well), you don’t need a DI in between the guitar and the amp - it has a DI output. Just a re-amping box for the way back I assume. But would be half the cost!