#1
i m trying to link my electric guitar into my pc by putting it directly in the audio driver, i use guitar rig as software
i was wondering if using my pedal ( turned off) as intermediate from guitar to pc would make better sound
#2
I think post deserves this
Last edited by Voltaire1 at Mar 22, 2009,
#4
Quote by dar1o_kun
i m trying to link my electric guitar into my pc by putting it directly in the audio driver, i use guitar rig as software
i was wondering if using my pedal ( turned off) as intermediate from guitar to pc would make better sound

I don't think so. You need an external sound card. GR as your software will give you all the sounds you need.
#5
Quote by Voltaire1
I think post deserves this

funny
so i was tired and i'm writing from italy
now then, try to write something in italian
then i will laugh
#6
Quote by dar1o_kun
funny
so i was tired and i'm writing from italy
now then, try to write something in italian
then i will laugh


No ****? I'm italian as well, writing from italy...er, sicily.

you're excused.


not really.
#8
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[quote="'[BurnTheDusk"]']Boss pedals may be built like tanks but I would rather buy a cardboard box that is on my side than pay for a tank that is working against me.
#9
I can't help but think of this thread and the mad sounding computer speakers.
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#10
Quote by shadow__666
I can't help but think of this thread and the mad sounding computer speakers.




ontopic:
A random bypassed pedal would do absolutely nothing.
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