Yamaha thr20II wireless

LAVALLE

Member
Awesome!! I have the 30 and LOVE it. Here’s a tone I came up with to play Lights by Journey.
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ElectricVoodoo

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I had a katana artist 100w practice amp for about 5 months. Never found a decent tone. I plugged this thing and literally, instantly, found it. I'm not saying it's the best thing ever, but I'm certainly acknowledging that it delivers on a satisfactory level, which is way more than I can say about the katana and a load of other home practice amps I've owned
 

Devin

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That was great! My next move is for a proper direct recording setup. That was very nice sounding!!!

Thanks man! Cool thing about the THR’s is you don’t need anything else - just plug the usb on the THR in to your computer! If you don’t have a DAW program, i highly recommend Cakewalk - it’s completely free.

So realistically, if you have a ThR and a computer with a DAW you’re ready to record :)
 

ElectricVoodoo

Well-known member
Thanks man! Cool thing about the THR’s is you don’t need anything else - just plug the usb on the THR in to your computer! If you don’t have a DAW program, i highly recommend Cakewalk - it’s completely free.

So realistically, if you have a ThR and a computer with a DAW you’re ready to record :)
You don't use an interface between the yamaha and PC? Wouldn't the output be improved with an interface between them? I've done many times over the years, goung direct from amp to PC, when I owned the blackstar ID, the katana, and the marshall code. The tone always sounded meh..Maybe the Yamaha will sound better? I was actually going to get a mic and an interface with it.
 
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