K now please correct me if i'm wrong but i couldn't find a thread or anything about what people here use to record... so if there isn't already one i just missed.. imma start one.

I use:

Ipod plugged into amp
And a digital camera to record my videos

I don't use any recording software or anything
Bass + 1/4 inch adapter (yeah, I know, don't flame me) + Adobe Audition 3. Audition has a really nice tube modeler that I use.
Someones knowledge of guitar companies spelling determines what amps you can own. Really smart people can own things like Framus because they sound like they might be spelled with a "y" but they aren't.
This should be in the recording section, that's why he reported it.

To answer the question, when I'm just writing ideas, I open GarageBand on my Powerbook and hit the record button using the built in mic. When we're professionally recording, we use Pro Tools and all kinds of crazy stuff. Check out the songs in my profile to hear the quality.
Protools LE
For sale:
Schecter C1 Classic.
Schecter 007 Elite.
Randall G2 Head.
Crate 4x12 cab.
Line 6 POD XT.
Samson PG2200 power amp.
I use my rock band mic & audacity an my acoustic guitar
talk to me
and i better not hear a word
do me baby
i better not feel it girl
i still got one bullet left in my nine
finna do a love crime
love crime
finna do a love crime

lovecrimes -- frank ocean

Little cheapish mic for my pc
Screams break the silence
Waking from the dead of night
Vengeance is boiling
He's returned to kill the light
Then when he's found who he's looking for
Listen in awe and you'll hear him

Bark at the moon
all i use is my Metal Master Warlock, Line 6 III 15watt, mic with adapter to plug into my mp3 player(its a RCA 2GB) it actually sounds decent, Myspace.com/stevencallahan.
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...Metal Master Warlock, Line 6 III 15watt...it actually sounds decent...

I use a Line 6 Spider III/ Line 6 Toneport and audacity and the recordings are generally very clear... Check out my profile for an example...
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I use my rock band mic & audacity an my acoustic guitar

Right on! Except I use it for my electric next to the amp, but still, sweet.