The Line 6 Variax 700 is a 22-fret digital modeling guitar with a mahogany body with a contoured ash top (in translucent colors), or carved-top strong mahogany body in the black design. The Variax 700 features a one-piece maple neck with rosewood fingerboard, bone nut, and pearl inlays, Gotoh ® Tuners, and a customized Baggs tremolo bridge. The Line 6 Variax 700 Electric Guitar With Tremolo can bring that sense of wonder back to your music. The guitars designed in Variax aren’t just showroom pieces. With one knob and a 5-way switch, Variax will take you through a fantastic collection of historic guitars.
– Dozens of timeless guitar noises
– Simple, quickly familiar controls
– Carved ash top on mahogany (transparent finishes) or carved mahogany body (black)
– One-piece maple neck with rosewood fingerboard
– Rounded bar mother-of-pearl fretboard inlays
– Gotoh tuners
– Custom-made Baggs tremolo bridge
– 22 medium-profile stresses
– 25-1/2″ scale length
– 10″ fingerboard radius
– Digital I/O jack for Vetta II connection
– Requirement 1/4″ analog out
– XLR balanced analog out
– Consisted of A/B footswitch chooses in between outputs
– Volume and tone controls react consistently for each design
– Powered by footswitch, onboard batteries, or Vetta II
– Can be switched from the FVB foot controller
– Custom-fitted sturdy gig bag
Variax 700 in sunburst combines Line 6’s patent-pending guitar modeling innovation in a custom-made developed solid-body guitar to accurately replicate the sounds of a variety of well-known vintage acoustic and electrical guitars. Variax 700 includes a sculpted top, mahogany body, optional tremolo, one-piece difficult maple neck with rosewood fingerboard, and Gotoh tuners.
The two banks of five customized configurations are simple to set, utilize, and run on the fly in performance situations. All you do is turn the model knob to one extreme or the other (the ones marked “Customized 1” and “Customized 2”), moving the five-way selector normally related to the pickup setup. With the addition of Line 6’s Vetta II amp or Workbench software application, you can even more configure your tone, amp style, as well as tunings, and recall them the exact same method. It’s truly just as much as your imagination to construct your own special tones and use them.
The Line 6 Variax 700 is a 22-fret digital modeling guitar with a mahogany body with a contoured ash top (in clear colors), or carved-top strong mahogany body in the black model. The Variax 700 features a one-piece maple neck with rosewood fingerboard, bone nut, and pearl inlays, Gotoh Tuners, and a custom-made Baggs tremolo bridge.
A number of years prior to Variax was born, we chose to turn our attention from all that guitar gear to the guitar itself. We questioned — could it be possible to capture a total range of this tone in one single instrument? It was an overwhelming job, however then so was the idea of squeezing an entire collection of amps and effects into one little kidney bean formed metal box. So we figured, why not try?
We knew our sounds would need to be amazingly precise to fulfill the requirements of discriminating guitarists, so we started an intensive research project into guitar physics. We developed methods to record these interactions mathematically so we might get the very same noises from our guitar. As we improved our measuring and modeling strategies, we began dealing with a brand-new, effective hardware platform that might provide our shockingly accurate sounds. And, most notably, carry out so flawlessly that you could forget it’s even there. We used our painstaking determining methods to these specimens, and fine-tuned our models while constantly referring back to the originals for accuracy. When the design reached the point not only sounding like the original, however also being as much fun to play, it was done.