There is allot to it. It is was more complex than the question you just asked. Also this post is in the wrong place.

In short it is about the microphone... the amp... how your pitch it and the sounds going on around it.

It is not a good idea to record stock from the amp anymore now that there are newer ways of doing it. It works for shows and live recordings but you need to have a good amp... something to cancel out any bad frequencies, and a good microphone

Edit: just remember that recording is a presentation tool not a design tool.
Last edited by silentdud at Jan 8, 2007,