#1
Hi guys, while I was browsing for a multi effects pedal earlier today, I came accross this Guitar Rig gadget.

http://www.dolphinmusic.co.uk/?page=shop/flypage&product_id=7808&r=froogle

which i think is amazing (700 effects - OMG) , especially that I have a laptop computer... so I can easily set up my rig with my laptop, guitar, speakers, and guitar rig... which i think is good for the buck... me having no experience all about these gadget hingies, can you guys help me out at least if this is gonna be any better than other multi effects processor???

#3
I used to have Guitar Rig before I gave up recording stuff through the computer (my line in gave out). I absolutley LOVED it. There's a lot of really really cool effects, and they have a lot of presets which recreate sounds of players guitar. There's over 10 amps, 20 pedals, etc, etc. I loved it, great sound. It's a great tool!

http://www.native-instruments.com/index.php?id=guitarrig2_us

PS you also might want to check out those PODs, I heard they were pretty good, and i've recorded a few things on them at school, good stuff also.

Chris
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#4
Quote by AlGeeEater
I used to have Guitar Rig before I gave up recording stuff through the computer (my line in gave out). I absolutley LOVED it. There's a lot of really really cool effects, and they have a lot of presets which recreate sounds of players guitar. There's over 10 amps, 20 pedals, etc, etc. I loved it, great sound. It's a great tool!

http://www.native-instruments.com/index.php?id=guitarrig2_us

PS you also might want to check out those PODs, I heard they were pretty good, and i've recorded a few things on them at school, good stuff also.

Chris

Yeah these computer based effects processors are supposed to be real good.

But if you're wanting to play live or something, check out either the podxt or the podxt live:
http://line6.com/podxt
http://line6.com/podxtlive

The thing is with the live though is that it has a built in footswitch and a synth FX pack.
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#5
damn those pods looks even more amazing.. me bing not a performance player (in my guitaring years ive only performed 6 times on stage... 5 classical guitar renditions, and one electric guitar song.. lol, im quite new to the electric guitar world you see... =/

ill give it a look at my local music store( i was there a while ago testing a zoom effects pedal, it was a good one though.. but they threw in a bad amp imo, so i neve heard it in its fullest glory..)
#6
Good, lots of things went wrong and were too complex when i had it, but would go for it!
#7
If you decide to get the pod, you'll need a good amp for best results. I usually play through headphones so as not to color the tone. A keyboard amp, and acoustic amp or a P.A. system would be good for the pod also
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#10
i got a copy (it installed itself on this computer by itself and came without box or cd) and certainly your going to need a good sound card for sure if you dont want any latency.
#11
what i did was i bought guitarport for the hardware then downloaded guitar rig 2 so i got it for 100 hundred bucks

works great