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Griffin GuitarConnect Pro Cable for iPad/ iPhone/ iPod touch - Turn your iOS Device into a Mobile Guitar Rig
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- Record and multitrack on your iPad
- Compatible with: iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPad, iPad 2, iPad 3, iPod touch 4th gen.
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Record your favorite guitar on your iPad wherever you are in 100% digital sound.
If you have an instrument with a 1/4" plug and an iPhone or iPad, you're almost ready to rock! GuitarConnect Pro turns your iPad or iPhone into a compact digital performance or practice rig. So you can play, record and even multitrack whenever (and wherever) the mood strikes.
Simply plug your instrument into GuitarConnect Pro's 1/4" mono input for 100% digital connection from your instruments into GarageBand or any app that taps into your iPad's powerful Core Audio capabilities. Great for instrumentalists, because GuitarConnect Pro makes it easy to record multiple tracks all with 24-bit 48 kHz sound.GuitarConnect Pro also features an adjustable gain control to determine the strength of your input levels.
Top Customer Reviews
While, I was amazed by the build quality of the unit itself, they cheaped out on the 30-pin connector. The connector itself was wiggling around in the housing, and when I plugged it into my ipad, the blue power light came on, then turned off. I tapped the cable, and the light turned on again... Then back off. This was right out of the box. No visible damage to the box, either. Even the box had a more stable design than the 30-pin connector. It was completely unusable, and I hope the newer version doesn't suffer from the same fatal flaw. I'll have to do some research and find out before I buy it though.
UPDATE: The new version rocks! The cables are built better and they are replaceable!
GuitarConnect Pro for Mac, iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch
~ Construction seems solid
~ 30-pin connection doesn't lock, but does fit securely
~ No unwanted noise
~ Adjustable gain dial, independent of guitar volume and app volume
I am using this with AmpKit+ on both the iPad2 and iPhone 4s without any issue.
I haven't owned this long enough to rate its tone or performance, but I can tell you three things:
First, the 30-pin connector is hard-wired. The price reflects this. For ~$13 more, you can buy a newer version that provides interchangeable 30-pin, Lightning, and USB connectors. (Griffin supports only Mac OS via USB -- not Windows, etc.)
Second, the body is noticeably heavier than on similar interfaces like the Peavey AmpKit Link HD, Apogee JAM (96k or original), etc. Griffin seems to have deliberately weighted it, and also padded the bottom, to prevent it from sliding around on a tabletop or stage floor. Haven't verified whether you can remove the weighted panel for portability.
Third, the connections here are simple: just guitar in, and iOS out. But you get an onboard Gain dial, unlike on the Line 6 Sonic Port (which offers 2 in's and 2 out's).
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Works with guitar plus iPod and iPad and sounds great with Ampkit+. You use the standard headphone output. It has enough gain for a mic input but at that level it gets noisy.Published 20 months ago by Frankie J.
I have so much fun with My Guitar through IPAD and garageband app...now that the connector is updated. I had to replace the 1st Connect because it would not allow updates.Published 23 months ago by Music Maineiac
This unit seems pretty solidly built. It comes well-packaged but when I took it out the box, the cover for the dot connector popped off. It was able to put it back on. Read morePublished on June 6, 2013 by F. Gibbons
seems like it will hold up well for the long term and is very portable. Fits nicely in the small pocket of my gig bag.Published on November 20, 2012 by Claude