It's estimated there are nearly 70 million guitar players on Earth and many of them record their music at home, on a computer.
For years, there have been digital methods to make a dry guitar signal sound like a Fender Bassman or Marshall stack amp.
But what if you could put your guitar signal through a real tube amp (of any type) from a studio located somewhere else in the world?
This novel concept is excatly what a company called Trackster, developed right here in Thunder Bay, wants to do.
Gavin Freitag is one of the people behind Trackster. He gave Gord Ellis a virtual tour.