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DI Boxes for recording guitars – is a good one worth it?


Countryman Type 85 DI
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Radial J48 Active DI
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Amazon UK – http://amzn.to/2mXjfMf

Radial JDI Passive DI
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Amazon UK – http://amzn.to/2rtQMmu

Today’s video is covering a subject that every home recording guitarist should be aware of, as well as pro studios and budding engineers – do DI boxes make a difference in recording? What makes one good or bad? Can we hear the difference?

We use a Groove Tubes DITTO (an old tube DI box, a lot like a REDDI), a Behringer GI100, a generic old cheap DI box and a Presonus BlueTube Preamp (with an “instrument” input, to see if it’s any better/worse).

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