Musikmesse 2010: Line 6 announces Variax guitars designed by James Tyler
25th Mar 2010 | 12:00
UPDATE: Now with added pictures!
FRANKFURT MUSIKMESSE 2010PRESS RELEASE:Line 6, Inc, the industry leader in digital modelling technology for music-creation products, announced today the next generation of Variax modelling guitars: Variax Designed by James Tyler. This new line of guitars is designed to deliver the feel of the finest boutique instruments and the optimal tonal performance of Line 6 guitar modeling technology.
Through patented Line 6 guitar modelling technology, Variax guitars can reproduce the sounds of an entire collection of 25 vintage electric and acoustic instruments, and a dozen custom tunings. The modelled instruments include solid-body, semi-hollow guitars and hollow-body electrics with a variety of pickup configurations, six- and twelve-string acoustics, and other guitar-related instruments including a resonator, banjo, and an electric sitar.
This new line of guitars will be available in three styles. Each one reflects the innovative designs of James Tyler in each curve, component and control. Acclaimed for his attention to detail in making custom, hand-crafted instruments for the most discerning players, James Tyler has designed guitars for the world's most respected guitarists and sought-after session players including Steve Lukather, Michael Landau and Dan Huff.
In a launch as creative as the instruments are innovative, Line 6 will be chronicling in real-time the design and development of the new guitars. At www.TylerVariax.com, the public is invited to participate firsthand in the evolution of these groundbreaking instruments.
Each Variax Designed by James Tyler will ship Summer, 2010.
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