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Portable recorders with guitar features

Discussion in 'Recording/Live Sound' started by DC1, Feb 29, 2012.

  1. DC1

    DC1 Member

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    Hey, I am looking at getting a TASCAM GT-R1 for new song development. You know, you have an idea and you grab it and record it so you can remember it the next day?

    Seems like a nice unit and it has amp modeling on board.

    Anyone use one? Any other suggestions?


    thanks all!

    dc
     
  2. nights_blood

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    Check out the boss Micro Br and BR-80. Pretty decent amp modeling for that kind of unit, plus a drum machine. The BR-80 is newer, supports larger capacity cards, and has an eBand feature for jamming and recording. Conversely, the micro br can be found used for less than $100.
     
  3. DC1

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    Thanks!


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  4. Geiri

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    I'm using the micro br 80. I think it has the advantage over the micro. Better onboard mic's
     

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