PC Recording Studio Guitar: Go Ahead and Jump Into That PC

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If you don't feel like shelling out $4000 for that newly-released Gibson HD.6X-Pro $4000 digital guitar we tried out last October, check out the PC Recording Studio Guitar, a Stratocaster lookalike with a USB port that sends your guitar virtuosity into your PC.

Once your music finds its way into the digital realm, the included software lets you record yourself playing along with your favorite digital audio files, and it can even slow down their playback speed so you can keep up with that Eddie Van Halen solo you've been woodshedding. Your guitar, Unchained, for $199.95.

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Provided you already own an electric guitar and a desktop PC or laptop, you could use Audacity to record your stuff (Freeware) and simply plug your guitar into the aux or microphone jack.

I also just recently picked up a Griffin iMic external USB Sound card for UNDER ten dollars that would give a PC sound capability if it was needed.

I'm not saying this isn't a cool solution, I'm just saying you can come close for alot less money if you're on the cheap.