#1
Is it possible to run my guitar through my amp, and then into my PC for recording?
I could directly plug my guitar in, but I'd much rather have my distortion and my effects.

Sorry if this is in the wrong forum, or if it's already been asked.
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#3
Quote by sfsknight07
what amp is it


It's a Randall RX30D
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#4
I do that with my amp but i don't know if certain amps aren't suitable. I'd say go for it just don't max the volume on it.
#5
Quote by G-Dog_666
I do that with my amp but i don't know if certain amps aren't suitable. I'd say go for it just don't max the volume on it.


Alrighty, just plug one in into the headphone jack, then put a reducer on the other end and put it into..which jack on my computer?
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#8
Quote by wooftang999
line out or microphone jack on your amp? if it has one


Aye, it has the mic jack.

But what do I plug it into on my computer, the mic jack, or what?
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#9
Line-in. The blue one.
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