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My acoustic guitar sounds choppy when played back.

My recorder sounds great, but when i put no effects to just play it clean, it sounds fine as i record it, but when i play it back it has alot of static sound to it. No matter how much i lower the input volume/sensitivity, it still does that. If i lowered them even more, the guitar would be inaudible.

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