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Cakewalk VS20 V-Studio Review

Guitarists, your dreams have FINALLY come true. Imagine if BOSS guitar effects and Roland‘s groundbreaking COSM modelling joined forces in the form of a very simple, sturdy and portable black box that included a powerful piece of recording software that could, potentially, help you take over the world… well, there’s no need to imagine it. It’s been invented, and they’ve named it the Cakewalk VS20 V-Studio.

This amazing product, from the amazing minds of Roland and Boss, features the simplicity of a portable, hardware recording system and fuses it with the power, flexibility and control of modern computer-based recording software. The V-Studio 20 is the perfect recording device, and can be used whether you’re at home, stationary, or on the road, not stationary – all you have to do is connect your guitar or microphone and the V-Studio 20 offers up an array of BOSS effects for you to play about with. Once you’re ready to rock, you can record directly to your computer for further editing and mixing using Cakewalk Guitar Tracks recording software.

The V-Studio 20 looks cool, it’s easy to use AND it even comes with built-in stereo mics for recording those impromptu jam sessions, whilst you and your pals are getting off your chops on White Lightning or Cherry Lambrini or, you know, whatever. All of this awesome in one little box, and to top it all off, it’s cheap as chips. If we didn’t know any better, we’d say we were being spoilt rotten. In the words of Snap, you’ve got the power – and for £172, it could be at your fingertips.

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Dawsons Music is delighted to announce that the Red Dog Music brand is now part of the Dawsons family. This is an exciting opportunity to bring both communities together and create a stronger, wider network of people passionate about music gear. We both share a common heritage to support musicians throughout the UK and Dawsons want to support Red Dog Music customers in their continued musical journey.

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