#1
If I were to get a headphone amp, would that work as a power amp for recording? Just a cheap $20-30 one?
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#2
I would suggest getting a multi effects pedal or a modeling board such as the v-tone if you want to record. Try zoom, korg, line 6, behringer. Stay away from digitech thou. My friend has an rp-200 and that thing sucks nuts and tone.
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#3
Yes, a pedal is a good idea for that. I use a Boss ME-50 for outputting to mixers ect, but thats upto you.

A fair few amps have headphone/mixer level impedece outputs, it need not be a small one. But if you have a limited budget, it may be a good idea to buy a small amp with a headphone output. What grade of recording are we talking here?
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#4
I don't need anything great, I'm just trying to get simple recordings down first... Learn the programs a bit, then get more into the actual recording... It's just my amp doesn't have any outputs for that, which really pisses me off right about now (though i still like it)
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#5
In theory it should work, yes.
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