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From experience, these are the most important things for home recording :
The rest you can fix with mixing.
All you need is the Holy Trinity of guitars: Strat, Tele, and Les Paul.
Monoprice is the way to go.
I have a Rickenbacker 360/12 and a Vox AC10. They sound awesome together. But if you want that Beatles/Byrds tone, get a Janglebox pedal.
Love my AC10. Just keep playing it and it'll come around.
Look at the Captor X.
Just keep the Princeton and call it a day. In 10 years the Tonemaster stuff will be the rage at pawn shops.
We need to have a moratorium on this question.
I'm shocked that CME let that one get by.
I unsubscribed from Paul's channel because his video titles are are click-bait now. A lot of Youtubers are doing this now because "views" and...
I guess I'm in the minority, but I look at all my guitars as tools for recording music. My expectations are fairly low as it comes to setups when...
These Tonemaster threads are like a bad accident. Can't help but look at them, but provide no real value.
AC15 all day, every day.
Bought my first Tele about a year ago and have never bonded with it. I think I'm just a humbucker and P90 guy.
Or get a Chapman T-style.
Record yourself with a decent mic and interface and you'll realize how far you are from the Tone you're trying to chase. The lesson is to perfect...
Given that YouTube compresses the hell out of the audio, I find the opposite to be true.
Well this is a Tele forum, so there's that...
I can't believe this thread is 4 pages.
I picked one up on a whim, not knowing what to expect in October, and quite frankly, I haven't played my standard Tele since. It has incredible...
I can't unsee that. Thanks OP.
I'm using Linux Mint with Reaper and a Focusrite 18i8 and save for the lack of plug-ins, it works great.
Tone City Model M is killer for the price point.
It's a modeling amp. It'll depreciate faster than a 78 Pacer.