Line 6 has created a whole movement of spot-on modeling of various popular guitar effects, amps, etc. Eventually they figured, hell, why not apply it to guitars too??
Line 6 modeling technology makes the Variax 600 come alive with the sounds of 25 electric and acoustic instruments. You have the freedom to dial in a new sound whenever you want, making it possible to "change" instruments in the middle of a song. A digital I/O jack allows you to connect the Variax 600 to a PODxt Live, Vetta II, or Line 6's new Workbench software.
Of course there's also a standard 1/4" guitar output when you want to play it straight.
Variax 600 Models based on:
- 1960 Fender® Telecaster® Custom
- 1968 Fender® Telecaster®
- 1968 Fender® Telecaster® Thinline
- 1959 Fender® Stratocaster®
- 1958 Gibson® Les Paul® Standard
- 1952 Gibson® Les Paul® "Goldtop"
- 1961 Gibson® Les Paul® Custom (3 PU)
- 1956 Gibson® Les Paul® Junior
- 1976 Gibson® Firebird V
- 1955 Gibson® Les Paul® Special
- 1959 Gretsch® 6120
- 1956 Gretsch® Silver Jet
- 1968 Rickenbacker® 360
- 1966 Rickenbacker® 360-12
- 1961 Gibson® ES®-335
- 1967 Epiphone® Casino
- 1957 Gibson® ES-175
- 1953 Gibson® Super 400
- 1959 Martin® D-28
- 1970 Martin® D 12-28
- 1967 Martin® O-18
- 1966 Guild® F212
- 1995 Gibson® J-200
- 1935 Dobro® Alumilite
- Danelectro 3021
- Coral/Dano® Electric Sitar
- Gibson® Mastertone Banjo
- 1928 National® Style 2 "Tricone"
Crafted with a comfortable contour basswood body, it has one-piece maple neck and fingerboard (9.5" radius) with a classic-feel and traditional "skunk stripe." It's built with a 25.5" scale length and sports 22 medium profile frets. It plays like butter and sounds....well, like anything you want.
This groundbreaking guitar is lightly used and plays great. Mostly thanks to the fact that the pro techs here at EMS have gone through it to give it a fresh setup so that it's ready for stage or studio. It ships the next day with the included gig bag.