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Line 6 Variax 600
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Published on 01/13/07 at 15:36
The Variax 600 is made in Korea.
It has 22 frets.
It has a vibrato Baggs
3 knobs: one volume, one tone and a selector knob scratch
The neck is maple, screwed.

The handle is very enjoyable to play, typical stratovolcano, access to acute is easy and the ergonomics are good, the guitar is light and well balanced.
It comes with an output pedal, allowing
1 / to feed via stereo jack provided
2 / to switch an XLR output to an output jack, useful to remove the acoustic guitar sounds (very well done) on a live or acoustic amp on the sound system.

Its level, there are simulations Fender Stratocaster and Telecaster, Gibson Les Paul (Standard, Studio, Junior ...). Half boxes guitars, Jazz guitars, 12 string, acoustic, acoustic 12 strings, dobros, one (one?) Sitar and banjo.
And it sounds!
I tested live on pc on a small marshall transistors and a JCM, it sounds impeccably on three configurations.
It is impossible not to find a configuration adapted to his style!
Just a little flat on the 12-string, the effect is more of an Octaver that the true 12-string ... which is still logic.
There are no recent simulations guitar or microphone active but simulations les paul already have a big sound.

A small flat on the palm mute, crunches is obtained by putting her palm against the ropes!

it will be four months since I use it.
I love the vintage look!
I forgot to mention these individual micro-piezo wonderful that simulate more efficiently enough famous guitars possible to pass from a phone Selector Tool of tuning to another, it's great!
Combined with the workbench for editing the songs, it provides all the tunings without changing ties, without adjusting the handle!
This also allows for example to have a bass sound on both E string and LA and normal sound for the other strings, which eliminates the need of bassist
Bass sounds obtained are friendly to the wound strings, but horrible on the high strings troi
In short, it's really an interesting guitar for both the stage and in the studio, very nice to play and with delicate sonorities.
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