Hello, I'm recording a guitar and backing track and a mic to a video camera (yes, I know it would be better to use a dedicated audio recorder, but we're not so please don't suggest a Zoom recorder, etc.), and I'm trying to determine the best configuration for the guitar sound. Note that the guitar will not be mic'd. Gear we're using: Thin single pickup hollow body archtop guitar PreSonus 2 channel BlueTube Acoustic Image Clarus Series 4 amp Allen & Heath ZED 10FX Mixer Headset Mic for talking DBX 166A Canon XA10 Camcorder (with XLR audio inputs) Electro Harmonix - The Silencer Pedal Samson MDA1 Active Direct Box Boss RV-6 Reverb Pedal MP3 Backing Track/Band in a Box Peavey DPC-1000 Power Amp Monitor speakers for guitarist Setup Questions: Given the above gear, I'm looking for suggestions on how to connect the guitar to the mixer, basically everything between the guitar and the mixer. What should the chain of devices be? Which input on the mixer to use (Guitar Hi Z or regular input?) Should I use the Clarus or the Bluetube? Where should I be using XLR cables, and where should I be using 1/4"? These kinds of questions. I'm going to use the main XLR outs from the mixer, panned left (voice and MP3) and right (guitar) into the DBX, and the DBX to go into my video camera. The only reason I have the DBX is to use the limiter feature to prevent unwanted spikes in the audio that gets recorded to the video camera. Thanks in advance (again) for your help!