The cost is not the point. It's the market positioning of both those cars. They're a little bit of everything and nothing special. They are neither particularly efficient nor particularly quick. They're neither large nor small. Their design language is inoffensive. They don't carry a large...
If that's the case, there's an optional "USB Card" that does actually send 16 channels over USB. I'm not clear if there is an inbuilt 2-track USB option without this. ie: Does the existence of USB mean you have 16 tracks.
If you have a transparent finish, a bookmatched 2-piece Ash body looks awesome.
If you have a wood that's too soft... it will get dented more easily.
If you have a wood that's too dense... it will hurt your shoulders over time.
Other than that... nobody will notice.
The Players are solid without being exciting. I don't own one. I find the pickups uninspiring. I've been playing long enough that I have a preference for fretboard radiuses (radii?) that the Player series don't offer. They're the VW Golf or Toyota Camry of guitars. You aren't going to wrong with...
That's the guitar equivalent of people who respond to recipe blogs saying "I love this recipe!... I substituted choc-bits for currants and beer for soy milk and cooked on the stove instead of in the oven and it came out amazing! 5 Stars!"
What's the mixer brand and model?
There is no standard on how this works. Each vendor has its own way of implementing audio over USB, and that's changed over time as technology has improved.
More detail about the actual piece of kit would help.
After the noisy things. Ahead of the things that aren't noisy but introduce dynamics that may be considered by the noise gate to be noise.
So if you have a stack of gain pedals, then you probably want the noise gate after those, but you'll want delays, reverbs, etc after... because you probably...
They've got two coils wound in opposite directions around the same same pole pieces. That works like a humbucker (well... it is a humbucker)... basically any external interference is picked up by both coils, and the opposite direction windings mean they cancel out. But that also means that other...
American professional II. Mystic surf green. Maple neck. In about 4 carts at the moment. No triggers pulled.
I want... but I can't justify it. Dropping that amount of money just because I'm in love with the colour doesn't pass the reasonableness test.
That's lovely... and probably not far off what I'm looking to achieve. I'm not into heavy relic... but if 2022 plays out the way 2020 was supposed to... this guitar will be going on the road with me next year, which means starting with it looking slightly worn will mean I can start the trip...