* Single 2 x 12 cab\n* A 1 x 15 cab & a 2 x 10 cab\n* 1 x 15 cab & 4 x 10 cab\n* I'm no wuss 8 x 10 cab!!\n* None of the above\n
* learned to play by your self\n* teacher (relitive or payed teacher)\n* a book\n* other \n* \n
* yes \n* no\n* depends who you are \n* \n* \n
Tascam has finally given the venerable BT a facelift. This new model will hold up to approx 240 sings, has (finally) rechargeable batteries and a mix balance control all in a unit that fits in the palm of your hand!
Mine arrived yesterday!!!!
Getting started with computer-based recording confuses a lot of people. And one of the tricker aspects, when you're new to it, is the most basic: how do you get the sound of your bass into your computer? There are many answers to that question. One of the most popular approaches is to use a USB 2.0 or FireWire-based audio interface. Line6's TonePort UX2 takes the USB approach and provides all the functionality that most solo recording projects could want.
Ins & Outs
On the front, going from left to right, you have two XLR mic inputs, a phantom power switch, two 1/4" guitar/bass inputs, a pair of assignable VU meters, and a 1/4" stereo headphone jack. On the top, you have knobs for mic gain (one for each XLR input), headphone volume, and output (for external monitors, if you have any plugged into the back of it).
* Toronto Maple Leafs - Maple Leafs die in the fall and don't come back till the spring\n* Montreal Canadians - Irony: 1/2 the Province doesn't like Canada\n* Ottawa Senators - An ineffective part of the Government that is put there due to the fact that they are close to retirement\n* Edmonton Oilers - Named after something to keep you dry in wet weather\n* Calgary Flames - Flames?\n* Vancouver Canucks - see Montreal Canadians\n* \n* \n* \n* \n
* Yes\n* No\n* Duh, what was the question?\n* \n* \n
Ok guys, here it is, Diggin' the Touch in all it's classic rock glory. I think it came out pretty good. I used instruments from different synths this time in order to get the best sounding track I could. Hope you all like it.
It's a six piece band. Drums, electric piano, two guits, organ and of course bass when you add your track. The song is a bit like a jam or an early rehearsal of a new tune. There's a solo in the third chorus. I also did a drum intro for a change. You can leave it as is or add some bass to the intro as you see fit. I don't know which way I'm going to do it yet.