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iKEY Audio announced the availability of the G3 Portable Guitar/Instrument Recorder, for documentation of jam sessions, practice sessions, and compositional ideas.

This pocket-size unit allows recording through a 1/4" input with any line level source – guitar, bass, electronic keyboard, or off a mixing board or any mono or stereo line output. The G3 records directly to inexpensive and reusable SD or SDHC cards (32GB maximum; a 1GB card is included with the unit).

The G3 can record CD-compatible 16-bit, 44.1kHz WAV files, or MP3 files of 128, 256, and 320Kbps. It has a 1/4” stereo headphone/line output for monitoring. The INPUT GAIN has a 3-level adjustment switch (-20, 0, or +10dB).

You can plug your instrument into the G3 and record, passing the signal through to your amp or monitors, or put it at the end of the recording chain; the choice is yours. The G3 allows for MIX recording, which means you can listen to a file you’ve already recorded, play along with it, and record both the previous and current tracks to a new track. So, you can lay down your rhythm track first, and then record a lead over it. You can then easily download the files to your computer via the built-in USB port (Mini-USB cable included).

The G3 has a full color LCD screen, with adjustable record level and a digital input VU meter. It has a built-in guitar tuner, so you don’t lose any time connecting any extra gear; and even has a built-in stand mount so it can be affixed to a mic or tripod stand. It runs on (4) AA batteries (included), or optional AC adaptor.

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The G3 carries a suggested retail price of $199.99.
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