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    Exclamation Native Instruments Guitar Rig??

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    Has anyone tried this out yet?? Looks to be THE Amplitube and Guitarport killer.... (THIS IS NOT SPAM, just my opinion based on NI's rep and the ad copy... )

    I'm surprised it hasn't caused more of a buzz around here... Everything else NI has done is first rate, and this might be a nice alternative to live guitar tracks for demoing, writing, playing around....
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    For recording this looks interesting. For live use, having the requirement for a PC/Laptop would be a problem for most.

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    Well, yeah... I think the only people pushing this for live recording is the manufacturer... (Did you see the pedal?)

    For recording though, it might be nice. I use a Guitarport and Amplitube sometimes, but if I'm going for "finished product", I still mic up my Mesa Quad rack rig and a 4x12 cabinet....

    There's definately a use for both!!!
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    It only has 3 amp models. Now, maybe they're incredible amp models, but I'd still feel limited by that. That's like saying a single Vox, Fender, and Marshall are all the amps you need. I was impressed by the fx on the samples online, they definitely allow you to do a ton of fx... but the base guitar sounds were no better than anything I've heard from any of the current crop of modelers. Better than Amplitube, but that's easy.

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    i route my guitar signal through my laptop from time to time. asio drivers keep the latency low enough to make the setup useable and i get some pretty cool sounds with it - works live as well. beware of hot damp smokey clubs though - laptops like it cool and dry (unlike me who likes it wet and warm )

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