#1
how does playing through a Line 6 Toneport and GearBox software affect your guitars sound? i wanted to know, since its only 50 bucks for a ****load of effects, amp models etc...would i be able to notice a diference between a gibson les paul and a squier stratocaster or does it kill completely your guitars sound?

thanks
#2
I play a Hellraiser through one of those and the tones are just ass. All of them.
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#4
nt really but the hi gain needs extreme tweeking till u gt a good tone ders also the metal shop package bt i havent gt that yet
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#6
I just hate the tones on it, they honestly all sound pretty crap compared to micing up a real amp. I've had one a year now, I only use it to mic up stuff.
#7
Is it good for recording or should I reach for ProTools?

Is there any good recording software that is easy to use and has a good GUI?
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#8
Toneports are good for home recording. you wont get studio quality recordings but you can get some good sounds

If you are in a position where you cannot mic up an amp, maybe you cannot make too much noise with your guitar amp at home, or dont have a good enough amp, or there is a lot of background noise that will be picked up by the mic. Then the tone port is a good option, you can plug in headphones to monitor with and make silent recordings.

If you have a good recording environment with no background noise and can really crank your amp up then mic up your amp. if not then a toneport will give you a better recording.
#9
protools sounds nicer
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#10
If miking an amp is possible, would it be better to get a really nice mic and use audacity, or would toneport be a better decision?
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#11
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If miking an amp is possible, would it be better to get a really nice mic and use audacity, or would toneport be a better decision?


audacity

line 6 modeling for the most part sucks
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