#1
Ok im looking for something that i can plug my amp into and plug the device into my computer.

hopefully something that i can find at a guitar center.

[edit] I forgot to mention im on a very limited budget
Guitar
Lyon LI15
Epi Beast
Berhinger V-ampire LX210
Danelectro grilled cheese & t-bone

Bass:
Peavey 112
Ibanez gsr200

Saving for Bugera 333 $300 / $599 :|

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Last edited by Guitarplaymetal at Jul 1, 2007,
#2
idk about that, but i saw on free stuff on G4tv they had this guitar (strat style) that had a USB port built in and you plugged it directly to the computer and tehn you could add gain ect... and mix it and stuff on the computer. cant remember what its called though
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#3
i use a line 6 toneport im not sure how much it cost but its pretty easy to use and sounds good.
#4
thanks for the suggestion

but

its way out of my price range.

im looking for something around 40-60 dollars
Guitar
Lyon LI15
Epi Beast
Berhinger V-ampire LX210
Danelectro grilled cheese & t-bone

Bass:
Peavey 112
Ibanez gsr200

Saving for Bugera 333 $300 / $599 :|

Quote by Doppelgänger
Agreed. There's no point in doing anything if she looks like shit.
#5
i forgot to mention that i have Sony Acid Pro 6
Guitar
Lyon LI15
Epi Beast
Berhinger V-ampire LX210
Danelectro grilled cheese & t-bone

Bass:
Peavey 112
Ibanez gsr200

Saving for Bugera 333 $300 / $599 :|

Quote by Doppelgänger
Agreed. There's no point in doing anything if she looks like shit.
#6
M Audio makes some decent interfaces you can get for about that. Are you looking to record just guitar or use it for for everything?
Gear:

Fender Mexi Fat Strat
2005 Taylor 614ce


Fender MIM J-Bass Fretless
#7
im looking for primarily guitar.
once i get a band, i'll have a better job therefore i'll have better money

so any suggestions?
Guitar
Lyon LI15
Epi Beast
Berhinger V-ampire LX210
Danelectro grilled cheese & t-bone

Bass:
Peavey 112
Ibanez gsr200

Saving for Bugera 333 $300 / $599 :|

Quote by Doppelgänger
Agreed. There's no point in doing anything if she looks like shit.
#8
M-Audio Fast Track USB is decent. You could just run direct into your soundcard if you have or can obtain amp modeling software.
Gear:

Fender Mexi Fat Strat
2005 Taylor 614ce


Fender MIM J-Bass Fretless
#9
Right. The M-Audio FastTrack is what I typically use. It's nice, affordable, and easy to use. It's a bit over 60 bucks though. I think it's around 100.
#10
the guy above the guy above me:

thats wayyyy out of my price range!! i need something thats just going to record guitar parts straight from my amp.

keep in mind $40-$60

to guy above me:

i really cant afford $100 right now. and i really need to start recording the songs i have so i can actually get a band.
Guitar
Lyon LI15
Epi Beast
Berhinger V-ampire LX210
Danelectro grilled cheese & t-bone

Bass:
Peavey 112
Ibanez gsr200

Saving for Bugera 333 $300 / $599 :|

Quote by Doppelgänger
Agreed. There's no point in doing anything if she looks like shit.
Last edited by Guitarplaymetal at Jul 1, 2007,
#11
It depends on the quality you really are after. I could probably suggest to you thousands of dollars worth of gear. But ultimately perhaps all you need is a 1/4" to 1/8" adapter, to just plug right into your computer, to get your basic ideas down. This adapter would run you a few dollars. I am not saying it will get you amazing studio quality sound, but it's enough to get the ideas flowing, and get something audible.