#1
What do I need? I can hook up my G-Dec and play through that, but I want to just connect to the USB port on a laptop sometimes. I know there is an adapter for that but have no idea what it is or what it's called. A link would be fantastic.

Thanks
#6
I dont ever have any luck plugging my guitar into my computer. I have a bunch of software and some of those cables, and I can get it to output, but there is always a "delay"

I dont mean like an effect delay, I mean, when I hit one of the strings, it doesnt output instantly - it outputs like .5 - 1 second later and always completely throws my timing off. Cant stand it.
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#7
Just use your usual cable and buy a 1/4 inch to 1/8 inch converter(its like 4dollars) and plug it right into your mic input on the computer/laptop. I do that with good results and i dont notice a delay.
#8
You won't get good results using cheap recording hardware. The "delay" is called latency. It is resultant of the slow speeds that your computer processes your guitars signal.

I haven't used one of those guitar to usb cable things, I use an audio interface. An audio interface is basically a system with an input(s) in that you can plug your guitar into and have your guitar signal processed in a more managable time.

I use a Line 6 UX2, however I see that you want to be able to fit it into a gig bag. I don't know if your prepared to pay for it, but to do it properly your best bet would probably be the Line 6 GX pod studio. I just found it for £66 on a google shopping search.
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Maybe the price tag is clouding your judgment ?
yeah probably. Or the circuits.