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Antares and Peavey have announced the introduction of the Peavey AT-200 electric guitar, featuring Antares' Auto-Tune for Guitar technology.

The new Peavey AT-200 is designed to allow guitar players to create music "in perfect tune and with perfect intonation." The Peavey AT-200 utilizes Auto-Tune for Guitar to work behind the scenes to perfect the pitch. The company assures that Peavey AT-200 looks, plays and sounds like a conventional guitar.

 

The Peavey AT-200 with Antares' Solid-Tune Intonation system constantly monitors the pitch of each individual string and makes the necessary corrections to ensure that every note of every chord and riff is always in tune, regardless of variables like finger position or pressure.

 

According to the company, Solid-Tune is smart enough to know when a player wants to manipulate pitch, so they can play bends and vibrato as they always do.

 

Antares and Peavey assure that "the AT-200 with Auto-Tune for Guitar will forever change the way guitars are played and recorded. Players won’t have to stop to retune during live performances. Producers and engineers will no longer waste precious time on tuning and intonation issues during recording sessions."

 

With its built-in software upgrade capability, new features from Antares can be loaded into the AT-200 and controlled by a MIDI source, from MIDI foot switch controllers to iPad or iPhone devices running dedicated Auto-Tune control software.

 

More Auto-Tune for Guitar information can be found at the new Auto-Tune for Guitar web site: www.guitar.auto-tune.com

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