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Old 18th July 2011 , 11:18 AM
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Thereís a nice article written for the DV magazine by SOSís Paul White on the 13th of July. You can find it here.

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Default Recording Awesome guitars

If you have excessive noise its likely theres a grounding issue. Guitars are for the most part un-balanced so there is all kinds of room for noise and signal loss.
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