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Can you connect your quarter inch headphone jack into your electric guitar?


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2012-10-29 11:36:16
2012-10-29 11:36:16

Yes you can but connect it like this Guitar>amp, amp > 6.35mm , 3.5mm > Computer, Computer > an audio recording program like Audacity , for the amp i would preferably use a line 6 spider 4

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