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Line 6 JTV-69
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Line 6 JTV-69

Electric solidbody guitar with modeling from Line 6 belonging to the James Tyler Variax series.

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" I'm still waiting !!!!"

Line 6 JTV-69Published on 02/03/11 at 01:44
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I "ve bought this guitar before his reception at DV 247 ... and ... I did" have not reu ...
Sorry
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" Can it get any worse as violin?"

Line 6 JTV-69Published on 05/20/14 at 12:52
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Purchased new VPC on a site for € 885.

Guitar Meeting received - thank you Line 6 - but absolutely not resolved! Or the quality control gugus were dead drunk that day! Literally unplayable! I'm not asking as it sounds, I do not know. I begin to understand the special price (the guitar is usually to 1240 €). "Toto the Teuton," offers the same price - Line 6 can be a stock to sell crap.

Adjusted or not the violin of this model "made in Korea" is worthy of a Squier € 150. A guitar without a soul that breathes optimization of the production cost.

A humble advice, go try it and judge for yourself before you buy.
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Line 6 JTV-69Published on 05/20/14 at 12:54
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Purchased new VPC on a site for € 885.

Guitar Meeting received - thank you Line 6 - but absolutely not resolved! Or the quality control gugus were dead drunk that day! Literally unplayable! I'm not asking as it sounds, I do not know. I begin to understand the special price (the guitar is usually to 1240 €). "Toto the Teuton," offers the same price - Line 6 can be a stock to sell crap.

Adjusted or not the violin of this model "made in Korea" is worthy of a Squier € 150. A guitar without a soul that breathes optimization of the production cost.

A humble advice, go try it and judge for yourself before you buy.
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" OR IS service?"

Line 6 JTV-69Published on 10/18/14 at 10:02
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Loyal customer products LINE6 I purchased the Variax James Taylor used, but after a few hours of use .... panne..un piezo sensor is broken and I end up with a guitar five strings. If I unplug it and I plug again after some time it works half an hour or more rien.J'ai available on the net and I found that this failure was fréquente.bon ... But when I addressed the service LINE6 .... Help, there's nobody. So I end up with a guitar that works with conventional microphones that do not have any interest. Think before you buy ....
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  • Manufacturer: Line 6
  • Model: JTV-69
  • Series: James Tyler Variax
  • Category: Electric solidbody guitars with modeling
  • Added in our database on: 09/21/2011

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Other names: jtv69, Variax JTV-69

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