Has anyone tried using a buffered guitar pedal for reamping?
#405547 - 13/01/07 09:30 PM
...and was it up to the job? I am recording my bandmate's guitar licks this week for my
uni project, and I want to get a spare DI track recorded, in case I need to change mic
positioning or gain or whatever.
I was going to buy the Radial X-amp, but I
don't really have time to order it (it is out of stock in all the shops I can find), so
I'm hoping to use a guitar pedal to buffer the signal.
Will this work
relatively well? And is there anything that I need to consider? (I know I need a non-true
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Re: Has anyone tried using a buffered guitar pedal for reamping?
#405684 - 14/01/07 11:35 AM
i've been looking at the X-Amp and also Little Labs Red Eye for ages for reamping, but
have never got around to buying...
in the meantime i've been using a buffered
pedal (Korg DT-10 Tuner) with no issues; sounds pretty good to me - can't tell the
difference between reamped and directly recorded tracks.
obviously the main
thing to consider is the signal level you send to be reamped; i set this to the same level
as my guitar output - so that my pedals and amps react the same to the reamp feed as to my