#1
My amp does not have any type of line out, so I was wondering what my options are other than micing the amp?

Thanks.
#2
I don't think there are any other options.
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#3
you can use a record or headphone out however never run a speaker output. Without being able to mic an amp you are fairly stuck...

As for mics, there are quite a few, the Shure SM57 is a popular one however it can be a little harsh. A condenser mic would be better for clean tones IMO.

You could go with modeling software and DI your instruments but usually it doesnt sound great...
#4
Micing the amp get you a much nicer sound, in my experience, anyway. You get essentially what you hear, with all the reverb and sustain.
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#6
Please, someone correct me if I am wrong, but a DI box with an attenuator would allow him to go right from the powered speaker output, no?

From the Behringer DI-120 features sheet:
"Switchable input attenuation allows connection to outputs with up to 3,000 Watts"
http://www.behringer.ca/DI20/index.cfm?lang=ENG

That said, it still won't sound very good, but it will get sound from the amp to the recorder. Best bet is to get a decent mic and set it up, or go clean into the board and use an amp simulator or something, as was mentioned above.

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