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When I found an office space that could work as a guitar studio, I realized I had to find a way to keep my volume under control. Not just under control, but at times, really, really quiet. While I had seen isolation cabinets before, most of them are pretty expensive. Then I found the AxeTrak. I requested a demo unit for review purposes but I knew within 5 minutes of using it that I was going to buy it.
Simply put, the AxeTrak allows me to use my amp at near silent volume levels.
As you'll see in the video, having the AxeTrak is not enough. You need to know a thing or two about recording and mixing to really get the most out of it. If you like your amp and you have no need for super-low volume levels, the AxeTrak is not for you. But if you're into recording and there are times you need almost zero-volume from your amp, the AxeTrak is worth looking at.
Here's a list of the gear used in this video. Click on any piece of gear to see more details about it in the Gear Index.