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+LostBeggining+
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Hey.....i usually record with an external mic but recently ive been plugging my amp into my pc. its a perfect sound (well as good as the amp)..except the high E and B strings are barely audible......they arent like it without the amp...and well...im sure they are the only ones that are made of silver thinner steel as opposed 2 a golder thicker steel (usually its only yhe top 3 strings but my G is the same thickness as thebass strings??)......was woindering if anyone has anything that may help apart from changing strings?

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NeM H

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Ignar Hillström
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Try adjusting the pups to they are higher at the upper strings and lower at the lower strings. The closer the pup to the string the louder that string will be.


   
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Some sound cards aren't really designed for plugging a guitar straight into. You should use a preamp, direct box, or a mixer first. You'll notice a great difference in your sound when you do this.

Joe


   
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