Line6 Variax Standard Black Electric Guitar
£153.00 off RRP
Line 6 Variax Standard Black Electric GuitarDesigned and crafted by the Luthiers at Yamaha, the Line 6 Variax Standard delivers the rock-solid build you’d expect from a high-quality guitar. The lightweight alder S-type body, one-piece thin-finished maple neck with rosewood fingerboard, and proprietary tremolo bridge deliver total comfort and playability, while the custom-wound pickups serve up loads of rich tone. Add in Line 6's proprietary Variax HD technology, and you get a guitar that goes above and beyond the call of duty.With the Variax family of guitars, creating your own unique sound has never been easier. Variax HD technology delivers a wide variety of classic guitar models - each with exceptional detail, feel and response. Choose from an amazing collection of vintage electrics. Or inspire your playing with rare acoustics and eclectic instruments. You can even layer your modeled sounds with the magnetic pick-ups. You can also access alternate tunings - including Open G, DADGAD, Drop D, or any other custom tuning—with the turn of a knob.Become a virtual luthier with the free Variax Workbench HD software. You get complete control over every element of your Variax tone - so you can build the guitar of your dreams. Mix and match a wide range of body styles and pickup models to create your own unique instrument. The software takes you far beyond what’s possible in the physical realm so you can build virtually any guitar imaginable. Handcrafted guitar with lightweight alder body and thin-finish maple neck Custom-designed alnico V single-coil magnetic pickups with rich, punchy sound Custom tremolo bridge with Graph Tech nut and string trees for added tuning stability Tightly integrated Variax HD modeling engine delivers vintage instruments with incredible detail A large collection of electric, acoustic and eclectic guitars 11 alternate tuning modes plus user-definable tunings 16 different pickup types (via Workbench HD software) Free Workbench HD software to customize and design entirely new instruments"