#1
So the focusrite is recommended a lot (2i4), but I can't seem to find the input impedance on the instrument inputs. (various website spec listing + official manual)

I read somewhere this is important to know for guitars to have less loss in the highs and a better response.

"high quality instrument input" for me is not a specification.

I know my M-Audio fast track ultra, states 1 mega ohm as impedance, and this seems a good number for guitars.

So first of all is this impedance thing valid, and if so does it make much of a difference?

It feels a bit shady to me, cause everything else is stated

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#2
I'm with you, what exact impedance should an input have to be classed as Hi-Z ?


I'm waiting for this to come out:
http://forum.recordingreview.com/f139/hyper-guides-radical-reamping-53091/
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