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Any of my Electric friends... using an iPad, iRig, Amplitube?
I have the iRig thing. I use it mostly with my iphone, but I've used it with my wife's ipad as well. Works really well, sounds great through headphones, and is a ton of fun to fiddle with settings through. I've not used the fancy recording stuff, but it is cool for quiet practice at home.
If you are considering an iRig, get the Peavey AmpKit Link instead. Same price but two big advantages. It has a longer cable, which is really useful if you are using it with an iPad, and it uses a battery which really helps cancel feedback on high gain models. Any interface can use any software. I also prefer AmpKit's software, but there re plenty of good software options.
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I've had my iPad for about 6 months and have been waiting for Peavey to upgrade their Link to the 30 pin audio jack - but, they're overdue now. I'm pretty sure that I'm buying the Apogee Jam this weekend so I don't travel again without a guitar. At $100 it's priced a little higher but has superior Analog to digital conversion and headroom. I wish it was covered by a GC sale of some kind.
Thanks to those who have shared so far. I brought my Xaviere Telecaster and the iRig on vacation for practice time. I noticed that Line 6 has also entered the space. May have to check that out as well.
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