The BEST Way to Mic a Guitar Amp When Recording Guitar



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The Mic Placement guitar recording technique that will get a great sound from your guitar amp, every time. In our opinion, anyway.

When it comes to recording electric guitar, there are a lot of different approaches, and few to none of them are wrong, exactly. Trouble is, if you're looking for a go-to method to get the best sounds from your guitar amp, hearing "Well there's no wrong way to do it" isn't really all that helpful...

So we wanted to share our go-to method for recording guitar amps that never lets us down (and has earned a fair few compliments on our social media lately, thank you very much). If you're looking for the best sound with the least fuss, you'll want to cop this technique...

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