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Doing Vivaldi with Electric Instruments

Hey guys. I'm new to audio engineering and would like criticism and feedback on what I'm trying to do here. I'm basically just trying to record classical music (all the instrument parts) on electric guitars and bass, staying as faithful as practical to the original music while also making some concessions to make the instrumentation sound more modern.

Bass guitar, acoustic guitar, electric guitar ONE pedal?

Hi! Right now I have a Digitech BP90 bass pedal and I like the outboard effects because they are quick to navigate different presets with the foot and all. I also own an Acoustic and i'm planing on getting an electric.
My question is, is it possible to find one pedal that's good for all three guitars?

One Mic (under $200) for female vocals, acoustic guitar and electric guitar?


Hi everyone, this is my first post here.

I'm looking to purchase a single mic to record female (alto) vocals, and acoustic and clean electric guitar. My guitar amp is a Princeton Reverb. I know that I should probably get two separate mics but I don't have the space or budget for that as I live in a very small room.

Favorite Electric Guitar Chain

hey all, just helping my cousin out w/ some new gear purshases, wondering what your favorite chain is for distorted electric guitar. mic is a 57. amps marshall 900, boogie triple rec, peavey 6505. Tonal tendencies range toward slash/van halen/joe walsh, w/ the occasional metal style tone. acoustic, and clean electric already sound decent.