#1
I will be getting a new computer really soon and i was wondering if i could plug my guitar into it somehow and us a amp interface or something to play...

Is this possible?

If so,what materials will i need?

and is there like a free amp interface thing or one thats pretty good for fairly cheap ($50-75)?

I've heard about the line 6 toneport but its out of my budget (for right now :p)
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#2
You will be better off buying a real amp. PC amp emulation still has a long way to go...
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#3
i seriously cant be worse than my spider...i wont have enough money for another amp for a while which really sucks
Guitars:

1998 Squier Affinity Stratocaster

Amps:

Peavey Valve king 112

Money is just paper, but it affects people like poetry.
#5
that doesnt look to bad,i will give that a try also
Guitars:

1998 Squier Affinity Stratocaster

Amps:

Peavey Valve king 112

Money is just paper, but it affects people like poetry.
#6
I have been tinkering with this sort of thing and it can work out ok. as hminh87 said, it still has a way to go.

Amplitube is a good option, and another program I recommend is Native Instruments Guitar Rig: http://www.native-instruments.com/#/en/products/?pwfilter=guitar

as regards to devices for recording/capturing your guitar, there are some cheaper options instead of buying a full home studio setup. I know that you can get 1/4 to USB adapters/cables for roughly $60-80AUD.

I know this is from Australia, but just to give you an idea: http://www.onlinemusicstore.com.au/index.php?page=showProduct&id=MAJAMLAB
this is a bit more advanced and also comes with software, etc.

hope this helped.
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#7
Quote by wellsy411
Amplitube is a good option, and another program I recommend is Native Instruments Guitar Rig: http://www.native-instruments.com/#/en/products/?pwfilter=guitar

I was going to recommend the same thing too. That program has emulation settings of different types of amps and allows you to mess around and tweak the dials and sounds like a real amp.

On top of that, Native Instruments isn't just some random company. They're known in the world of music production/music notation for making Kontakt, which is a synthesiser program that composers use to playback what they've written in notation software...and it actually sounds pretty real, unlike the basic crap that ships with computers, so i'm assuming their guitar program will do the same.
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#9
Shoot I just run my guitar into mt rp50 and then a set of headphones from there when I want to be Noiseless for my Family.