#1
ok so i am going to record my self on drums,guitar,bass,keyboard.

i wanna know is it smart to use the amps in the program im using.

or

use my amps?

i have a marshall super lead 100 watt head, crate 1200h, line 6 ax2 212

idk how i would use the amps since i am new to recording but its going to be a learning experience
#2
oh and is it smart to use a gibson les paul or a peavy wolfgang for recording a rock sound?
#4
Quote by floyd matt
oh and is it smart to use a gibson les paul or a peavy wolfgang for recording a rock sound?


if i were you, id go with the LP .
also, try the different amps out. the software amps might sound too digital, or they might tur out better. have to try them out.
Arbor A410 Bass
Dinosaur 20 Watt Bass Amp
Line 6 Spider III 75 Watt
Squier Bullet

Excuse me sir, have you been thinking tonight?
#5
Wrong forum.
Someones knowledge of guitar companies spelling determines what amps you can own. Really smart people can own things like Framus because they sound like they might be spelled with a "y" but they aren't.
#6
Quote by z4twenny
try riffs and recording if you actually want a response.


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