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    record guitar from spirit folio 10/2 int MacBook pro 13" mid 2012 running logic pro x

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    how do i plug my guitar into my laptop via my 10/2....... i want to record instruments onto logic pro x.... ??? will i need an audio interface or can i buy a particular lead. if i input into the stereo mini headphones jack, i can't monitor the tune i am playing on.....can someone explain this please

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    k-cat.........your best option is to get some sort of audio interface. There are several out there for pretty much any budget. You'll need some headphones at the VERY least for monitoring and playback. It seems that you only want to input / record one instrument so you can look for an AI with one or twp inputs........I advise that you get two at least. You already have the DAW so you have a good start. Tell us more about what you want to do in the long run and we can help.
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