How to get quality guitar audio on the Zoom R8
The book is done and is available now.
When I say "nothing but the Zoom R8", that's exactly what I mean. Just the R8. No pedals or amps used. Just the guitar plugged in direct.
There are a lot of R8 owners that don't know they can do this. But yes, you can.
Originally, I wrote The Better Zoom R8 Manual, and while that is comprehensive, I left out talking about the guitar effects. Why? Because it's a subject big enough that it needed its own book...
...and now it has one.
Get your copy of How to custom create guitar patches on the Zoom R8.
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