#1
I'm planning on getting a Peavey Vypyr 30 and a Sanpera footswitch for recording & playing an was wondering how the record out quality was on the Vypyr?


Thanks,
#2
It's not the quality of the amp that you have to worry about, as long as you like it's tone, it's the recording equiptment.

A lot of people will argue that a Peavey Vypyr isn't a 'good' enough amp to bother recording on a professional level, me included.

But if you're just recording for yourself or freinds or to get rough demos down, it'll be just fine.
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#3
Doesn't the vypyr have a direct usb connection. My buddy has one and he said it sounds "legit", (which means good, somewhat studio-like quality I'm guessing)
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#4
Depends how you do it.

When I use it, I usually use some amp sims to sim power amp and a cab so it sounds great. The only issue is the latency so its hard to actually record anything on time.
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