Variax review by Line 6

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  • Sound: 10
  • Overall Impression: 10
  • Reliability & Durability: 8
  • Action, Fit & Finish: 10
  • Features: 10
  • Reviewer's score: 9.6 Superb
  • Users' score: 7.1 (59 votes)
Line 6: Variax
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Price paid: $ 900.99

Purchased from: Rainbow

Sound — 10
Well it depends which guitar you have it on. If you have it on a grunge guitar you get a grainy sound. But if you have it on a 12 string you get a mellow and soft sound. The sound has a lot of diversity, I give it a 5 out of 5.

Overall Impression — 10
I play metal to country to jazz to blues! This is really a good all around guitar! If you playing punk rock or mabey grunge then you Switch to a Strat or a fire bird! Or metal; A Silver jet Gretsch! This guitar has it all!

Reliability & Durability — 8
The durability of this song will survive concerts and even party's with drinking. Beleive me I've used it ;) The strap buttons are solid so they wont break under the preasute of the guitar strap. The only bad thing is that it's a little harder to play standing up because its heavy and at a different angle. But you could say all guitars are that way!

Action, Fit & Finish — 10
The factory set up was perfecto mound'e! The black paint was brisk and smooth, and the Pick guard was polished to prefection. There were also no splinters in the neck or on the frets. Also, the strings were at the right height!

Features — 10
The features on the Variaxe are awesome! It comes with at least 20 different guitars to choose from! Such as: 1960 Telecaster Custom, 1968 Fender Telecaster, 1959 Fender Stratocaster, 1968 Fender Telecastor Thinline, 1958 Gibson Les Paul Standard, 1952 Gibson Les Paul "Godltop", 1961 Gibson Les Paul Custom, 1956 Gibson Les Paul Junior, 1955 Gibson Les Paul Special, 1976 Gibson Firebird V, 1959 Gretsch 6120, 1956 Gretsch Silver Jet, 1968 Rickenbacker 260, 1966 Rickenbacker 360-12, 1961 Gibson ES-335, 1967 Epiphone Casino, 1957 Gibson ES-175, 1953 Gibson Super 400, Acoustic: 1959 Martin D-28, 1970 Martin D12-28, 1967 Martin 0-18, 1966 Guild F212,1995 Gibson J-200, And Much Much More! The tuning instruments are 'ok', There not as good as ones on an Ibanez.

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