I’d like to share a somewhat old, but infinitely valuable guide to recording guitars. It’s been floating around the web for quite a while now, and it’s quite a lengthy read. However, it makes for great reading if you’ve got the time. It covers a wide range of topics, including audio engineering philosophy, amp/speaker/mic choice, acoustics, effects, mixing, and everything in between. It is written with a unique style incorporating a lot of wit and humor, and it never seems dry or boring. Check it out!
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