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What’s the best way to record electric guitar without disturbing your neighbours? The old method was to buy a 100-watt full stack and play it turned up to 11 until you no longer had any neighbours to disturb, but in 2019 we have a whole host of more civilised options… and the Audient Sono is the latest.

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