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I need an adaptor to work with my PC...

I have the Fender Passport P-51, but I need an adaptor to plug it in to my PC to record directly to my computer software. Is there an adaptor out there that will serve this purpose? If so, where can I find it?

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You can buy adapters at any Radio Shack or other electronics store. There are all types of adapters.

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