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  1. Or would this work... I am running an Apogee Jam now for the guitar. Would am XLR to 1/4" adapter work into the Jam?
  2. Thank you! That looks a lot more versatile than GarageBand. I have propeller on my Windows desktop but it was too complicated for my simple brain...lol.
  3. This looks intriguing.. https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1251143-REG/shure_mvi_a_ltg_mvi_digital_audio.html
  4. Just wondering how to get vocals on to GarageBand on my iPad Air 2 (lightning). Not wanting to spend a lot. I'm throwing together some song ideas as I am learning GarageBand. I will add that I have an old Carvin mic with an XLR cable so maybe just an interface would work? Thanks
  5. RIP Terry. May the wings of bliss carry you away to a better place.
  6. I bought the Taylor GS mini (with soft case) and was wondering how to keep it humidified when I travel to dry desert environments.
  7. I have an opportunity to purchase this guitar today at a good price from a private party. I plan on traveling for about 5 months in my RV and thought this would be a cool little guitar to have. All the reviews I've read have been great. Anyone have one? How do you like it?
  8. SHRED

    ZOOM R8

    Works great. I bought this unit last year new but have little time for it. Here is Craig's review: http://acapella.harmony-central.com/showthread.php?2823445-Zoom-R8-Recorder-Sampler-Interface-Controller&highlight=Zoom+R8 $175 includes shipping within continental USA. email me: ted_shred at cox dot net.
  9. Thanks so much for the continuing review of the Zoom R8. I am a novice when it comes to using a recorder. The last one I had was a cassette Tascam Porta Studio 4 track. The Zoom R8 attracts me. A few questions: Is there a steep learning curve for this unit? Are there other brands/models in this class that are as good? I don't own a bass guitar so how does the built-in one sound? I was looking at guitar trainer/recorders also because the ability to jam along with songs but I can't really find one with as good of recording capabilities as multi-track recorders. Would you recommend this Zoom R8 recorder as a good solid purchase for someone like me who wants to throw down original music ideas with semi-pro sounding results? Or, would a more computer based unit like Cakewalk V-Studio 20 be easier to manage? I am an obvious newbie. Thanks for any advice.
  10. New condition. Pick up in Encinitas, CA only...for now. Thanks for looking: Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier Trem-O-Verb 100 watt head Hardly used. Original owner. Original paperwork. Bought new in July of '94. Has been stored covered for about 10 years. Sounds great and looks new. Custom cloth on amp. Too much for me. $1200 Trem-O-Verb ---
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