My band is trying to save money by reamping guitars and bass when we go into the studio. In the past, we've always recorded Guitar and Bass in studio. I'm worried about diminishing the quality of our guitar and bass tracks because we won't have a producer next to us when we're recording. Does anyone have any reamping tips on how to maintain high quality guitar tracks?
Get a good interface to record, possibly a good DI box (if the interface doesn't have hi-z inputs), a good reamping box and good cables.

The rest will come from good amps, good recordings of the amps, and good mixing.
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