Posted By Hans on May 2, 2013
Testing the THR10′s recording possibilities has been great fun. It’s so easy to dial in a certain tone for a project. Using this desktop amplifier as the sound generator for both the guitar sound as well as the source music, you will have all the editing options in post-processing because you are given left & right dry signals along with the affected, dialed-in sound.
I demonstrate this in the video below. I keep switching to my DAW’s sound, using captions to indicate when you hear the THR10′s dialed-in sound and when switching to a re-amped signal that sports the DAW’s visual guitar amp.
All in all, the THR10 makes guitar recording very comfortable and it provides a high-quality, dry signal. And this goes also for bass direct in as well as acoustic guitar direct in. On the latter, the THR10′s gain knob becomes the ‘mic modeling’ knob – with amazing results.