Modern computers can be your one-stop-shop recording and mixing studio. Just pair them up with the right applications, and you're good to go. Aside from microphones, you can also connect your instruments to your PC. To start your next recording session, here are four guitar adapters to hook your instrument to any computer.

Saramonic 2-Ch 3.5mm, XLR Microphone & 6.35mm Guitar Interface

This guitar adapter from Saramonic has the standard input and output ports. It plugs in most electric guitars you'll ever need. It has two 3.5mm jack ports. Meanwhile, it has a built-in 6.35mm guitar adapter. Choose from the output connector you need, all on Amazon. Get your Saramonic adapter with a lightning connector for Apple and iOS devices or TRRS & TRS for conventional audio mixer consoles. You can also get the USB-C output for smartphones and most personal computers.

Saramonic Smart Rig
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Rip through those riffs and listen with its 48-volt phantom power for microphones. Get the additional power you need as you move from soft notes to crazy guitar solos. It also has two gain control thumbwheels. You can now adjust both channels with different gain levels.

Focusrite Scarlett Solo (3rd Gen) USB Audio Interface with Pro Tools

Focusrite's Scarlett line of guitar adapters is well-known in the market. Their third-generation product continues the proud tradition. It now has a switchable "Air Mode" you can toggle. Create that brighter, open mic sound effect without going outdoors. It has a single-channel instrument input for your guitars. Still, you can expect its high headroom for better audio quality.

Focusrite Scarlett Solo
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The Scarlett solo guitar adapter has built-in high-performance converters. It gets you ready for recording anywhere you are. With its high-resolution audio outputs, expect studio-quality output up to 24-bit and 192kHz. Get yours now on Amazon and enjoy a free upgrade. It currently comes with a Nugen Audio Monofilter Elements for that crisper sound. When you purchase the Focusrite Scarlett Solo adapter, you also get the Pro Tools software. The software allows you to record and process different audio recordings. You can then edit and mix these separate inputs for your own track.

IK Multimedia iRig HD 2 digital guitar interface

Are you looking for something that blends style and function? This IK Multimedia iRig is the hip option you are looking for. It is a high-quality, low-noise guitar pre-amp. You can expect a high-definition audio quality output. This guitar adapter also sports a ¼" instrument jack for both its input and output. With this, you can connect with other equipment.

IK Multimedia iRig
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The IK Multimedia iRig was designed originally for Apple devices. This rig also unlocks exclusive content in the Amplitude iOS app. Get this now from Amazon and get a free app for audio mixing. With it, you also get the amplitude four audio software for both Mac and PC. Aside from the free software, the IK iRig interface comes with a mic stand, mounting clip, and Velcro strip. Go up on stage or stay in your studio with this handy adapter secured by its carrying strap.

Leepesx GB2i Musical Instrument Guitar Interface Adapter

Leepesx comes with this miniature, intuitive, and plug-and-play guitar adapter. It has a 6.35mm input jack that directly connects to your instruments, from guitars to keyboards, while its output side also uses a similar 6.35mm port. For a more controlled output, a 3.5mm headphone jack is available to get you connected. With this jack, you can instantly hook this interface with any smartphone or computer.

Leepesx GB2i Interface
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The Leepesx GB2i allows you to set up a mobile recording studio almost everywhere. GB2i works well with the sound editing app Garageband. For users of other mixing software, it works just as well. You can have your own interface, only on Amazon, and enjoy the three-year warranty.

To help set up your mobile recording studio, check out Portable Audio Mixers To Craft Your Own Sound. Also, get ready to ID any song nearby with these 4 Music Recognition Apps You Need Today.