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  1. Thank you both for the suggestions. There's just so much stuff out there its a minefield to zero in on what's the correct thing to go for...when there are many correct things lol. I did think of some kind of drum machine as well as your link suggests ezbass but best get my head around the other things first. I use a desktop PC which I built a couple of years back so its good to know re: Amplitude and Logic I will definitely check those out. Could you suggest a decent set of monitor speakers? Or a model I should be looking towards. Interface wise i've been looking towards the focusrite solo which seems to be one of the more popular ones. Thanks again.
  2. Hi, I'm not sure if this is actually the correct area for me to post this in, if not my apologies. I am a disabled guitarist (minimal use of my legs) so a bunch of pedals are a no go for me. I currently have a combo valve amp, which I find is probably not what would best serve me as I am very much just a home player and don't intend on changing that. What I am looking for is equipment to record and play along to songs (as in from bands I like not just the ones I'm creating. I'm assuming what I need is :- A soundcard interface. Some kind of effects board - this would sit on my desk for me to 'stomp' effects off and on with my hands. Good set of PC speakers. Recording/play along software. Budget would be somewhere in the realm of £1000 - £1500 for all the equipment. Any guidance appreciated.
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    Hi

    Been a while since I've joined a forum! Hi all, I'm not new to guitar but a complete novice when it comes to equipping myself with the correct...equip, so I've come here for some advice. Hope you're all having a good day, see you around the forum.
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