[NAMM] Antares’ first AutoTune pedal for guitar
After experimenting the concept with Peavey, Antares has developed their first digital effect pedal based on the AutoTune technology for guitar.
The Antares ATG-1 fully employs the Auto-Tune technology to change or correct the tuning of your guitar in real time. The pedal plugs to your guitar via a 13-pin connector, so you’ll need an instrument equipped with this specific plug (you’ll find existing models at Fender/Roland, Godin, Parker, Bian Moore, Carvin and more) or use an external Roland GK-3, GraphTech Ghost/Hexpander Kit, RMC Poly-Drive or any other compatible kit.
- String-Tune mode corrects the tuning of each string by using a digital processor
- Solid-Tune mode permanently controls the tuning of each string and corrects it if needed
- Alternate tunings: DADGAD, Drop D, open E and open G
- Doubling feature for 12-string, parallel octave or fifths sounds
- Ability to create and store custom alternate tunings and doublings
- Multiple acoustic and electric guitar and bass instrument and pickup models
- Virtual Capo for octave up or down transpose
- Built-in memory for 64 presets
- Stereo line output
- MIDI In, out and thru for external control
- Built-in expression pedal
- Tone controls
The ATG-1 Floor Processor is available at www.autotuneforguitar.com for $699 if you live in the US. International customers are invited to contact their local distributors.
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