#1
I really love the amp, but want to record... and It won't sound the same without the amp, am I right? So I"m thinking about seeing if I can get the Palamino to take it's place. Is that a good idea or bad?
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#2
Why not just mic the amp?
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#3
could i just ask something that is really unrelated to this thread? i just wanted to know whether fender pro juniors were good for blues, funk and rock? i suppose you could just mic the amp, or if you're playing with other instruments you could turn their volume down aswell, wont work if you're playing with drums though.

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could i just ask something that is really unrelated to this thread? i just wanted to know whether fender pro juniors were good for blues, funk and rock? i suppose you could just mic the amp, or if you're playing with other instruments you could turn their volume down aswell, wont work if you're playing with drums though.

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They're made for blues, funk, and rock.
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#5
micing it means buying a mic... This would just mean an exchange. I love Fender cleans, but I could sacrifice them if need be for it. But would the quality of the Palamino be not as good? I'm into post-grunge, grunge, classic rock, folk, and folk rock.
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Last edited by al silver at Jan 30, 2007,
#6
bump. so would this be the right thing to do? I can probably get it for cheaper too, because I got this amp on sale at GC, and knowing them, they might lower the price.
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#8
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Wait. What's wrong with the Pro Junior? Is it that it doesn't have a line out for recording?


I'm curious, too. The Palomino doesn't have one, either. It has a speaker jack, but I wouldn't use that as a recording line! The V16 has more features than the Pro Jr, a master volume, boost switch, reverb, but it costs more, too. The 5W V8 is closer in price to the PJ, but has the same two knobs.

For what it's worth, my son has the V16 and really likes it. You would be sacrificing some cleans, but in return you'd get more gain, and a better speaker, IMHO.

So anyway... why are you looking to swap?
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#9
Record with the amp.

Problem solved?
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#10
^Me too, he doesnt make much sense.. you could buy a 20 doller mic like and then eq it thru a certain recording program..
#11
it wouldn't sound that good through a $20 mic (would it?) Also, I thought the Palamino's 2nd jack was ok to use for that, but if not, then I guess I can mice it...

Would an old Kareoke mic sound decent at all? It's not XLR, its the 3 and watever jack that guitars use.
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#12
Try it out.

And you don't need a new amp to record with unless you're not getting the sound you want.
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#13
this one doesn't have line out. Just the two knobs, but whatever, I'll mic it I guess... Is it ok to mic into PAs (just curious)? Cause I've heard it sometimes makes terrible quality.
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