#1
i cant make up my mind

i likw guitarport cause it has all those lessons online, but i like the other one cause its smaller, but i wont get the lessons etc.

is the online part of guitarport quite deep, are there many lessons and backings or is it just marketing hype?
#2
Personally, I have a Zoom G2.1U. It gives a nice and realistic tone when played directly into a PC for recording, and it's effects are easy to use and quite nice sounding.

If you feel you need the lessons of the Guitarport, though, get that.

The Zoom just seems a better all round guitar tool, for example it can be plugged directly into a PA at gigs, and has inbuilt EQ and Cabinet simulation etc. Also, the expression pedal is great for control of effects.
#3
perhaps guitarport online is not as good as dvd's? i am getting lessons but want some backup stuff.
#4
I've got the G2.1U, Toneport/Guitarport is more flexible for recording only, but zoom G2.1U will allow you to have a dedicate multi fx and asio recording interface.
Marty
#5
which has better quality sound?

g2.1u comes with cubase anyway doesnt it so there is my recording. im mostly worried about the lessons etc of guitarport online.
#6
toneport if all you're doing is recording. zoom if you want a bit of flexibility, you want recording but also the posibility for some pa abuse. line6 has more amp models.
Marty
#8
Check out my recordings (listen to the sound, not my playing ability lol). Thats what the Zoom sounds like. Dunno much about the toneport.
#9
that certainly does sound nice !

can i playback through my pc live using the zoom?

i guess i could just read more and watch more instructional dvd's, but it was the backings of the guitarport that really appeals to me.
#10
aaaaaaaagggggggggh i cant decide so im just going to get a roland micro cube for now and some instructional dvd's and the lessons from here of course, then might get the zoom for more effects.

the micro cube is portable anyways.