Spark Amp arrived early exceeding expectations!
Sean Cruikshank last edited by
I have read so much regarding this amp. My use is simple. Use app to dial tones and record them. I have chosen to Plug Spark into daw via stereo mini jack from headphone jack to 2 seperate mono 1/4" going into ch 3(mono Left) ch 4 mono right). 128 sample rate at 32 bit in ur44c Studio One 5.2. Loss less, no lag, just easily dialed tones. My headphones via ur44c. With this setup the tone is much brighter and richer. Cleans and dirty and in between edge of breakup tones can be dialed with vol knob on guitar. Using strat style Warmoth and Ibanez RG. Recorded busy drums mono left right rhythm guitar and stereo lead guitar. Sounds great can definitely use the cleans and beyond as it comes out of the box. Played it all May long weekend and got a dozen recordings out of it. Powered on all day and never lost connectivity with the app, not a pop or anything other than a perfectly working amp, app, and now powerful tool to shape guitar tones going into the front end of my daw. I tried all the trial online emulated rigs and could never get over the lag. Problem solved, bought a Spark. Thanks for the awsome product it came literally on the first day it could have been shipped. It's light, sits on the shelf by the computer and looks and works great. Thanks for the Spark!
nwfungi last edited by
@sean-cruikshank I do something similar and can agree with the results. Headphones out into an A/B switch then send A and B to channels 1 and 2 respectively on my focusrite Solo then in to my daw. Adds alot of richness and loos nothing in palm muting or harmonics.