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A re-amping area for audio clips
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Coz GuitarBuilder asked for it LoL.
This is a place to put "dry" audio clips of your direct guitar signal/sound (no preamp/amp/FX, just guitar direct to track) so it can be (re) used for re-amping (i.e. played back through a variety of gadgets (amps, preamps, etc). So hope you all find it useful. I would suggest short duration (30 - 60 second) higher quality .wav files would be the best format.
It will be interesting to hear how they turn out.  For me, what I play is heavily influenced by what I played through. That said though, I can wail away acoustically on my electrics, the JPLP really sings.

Obviously we will be interested in what the clips turn into when fed through various units. If we need a separate spot for these later results, I'll set one up but see how we go for now.
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