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    Hi All, anyone know the best budget recording gear for guitar?
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    Checkout "Musicians Friend" for all your holiday needs.
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    I picked up a used Line 6 TonePort interface and downloaded Audacity. Works great for an investment of about $80.
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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpy1489 View Post
    Checkout "Musicians Friend" for all your holiday needs.
    Check out Guitar Center as well, they will amazingly match prices with "MF".
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrSpyderman View Post
    Check out Guitar Center as well, they will amazingly match prices with "MF".
    That's because they (MF) owns Guitar Center.
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    I knew that, I was just playing with the new guy.
    I hope I didn't scare him away.
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    I bought a Roland VS-1680. It's a little unit sort of thing (16 track recorder). You can get them for cheap now, considering that they released in 1998. But mine works fine every day. You might not be interested in the Roland from the 90's, but Tascam makes what's called the Portastudio. You can get those as big or as small as you like, but I recommend getting on of the models with a CD drive...otherwise your stuck with your awesome and mind blowing songs, inside of the unit...And also, you can buy recording starter kits from GC or MF. I got one that had 2 mics, 2 monitors, 2 mic cables, 2 mic stands, for a relatively good price. You have to understand though, that this is a very amateuristic rig, and while the possibilities are endless, you do indeed get what you pay for.
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    You, my friend, need to hear the heart warming story of the Smoot.
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    I use an M-Audio ProFire 610 on a Firewire port. 4 analog ins, 8 analog outs, SP/DIF in and out, 2 mic preamps plus a MIDI port. Monitor that device while recording or mixing... zero latency.
    Last edited by Midiman57; 10-14-2012 at 01:24 AM.

 

 

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