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Buzz in electric guitar recording
I use some sort of synthesizer or something that has a plug in,plug out,line in, line out. I plug my guitar into it and then into an amp so I can hear it, then I use a 3.5mm aux cord to plug into my ...
Oct 28 at 20:36
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