Variax review by Line 6

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  • Sound: 10
  • Overall Impression: 10
  • Reliability & Durability: 10
  • Features: 10
  • Reviewer's score: 10 Gem
  • Users' score: 7.1 (59 votes)
Line 6: Variax

Price paid: $ 1539.36

Purchased from: Local Music

Sound — 10
This guitar sounds good no matter what style of music you play. From heavy metal, to soft jazz, nothing is beyond your reach! And since its not megnetic pickups, you have no extra sounds after your down playing. Once you stop, the sounds stop. You can combine any effects with it to make any sound you want, it has complete control over vareity of sounds.

Overall Impression — 10
The overall impression is awesome. I play harder rock, it works perfect, even if I decide to Switch it up to play something more smoother, I can do it in a flash. I wouldnt trade this guitar in for the world. If it were ever broke or stolen, I would totally buy a new one, its completly worth the price. I bought this guitar on am impulse, just needed a good guitar and it was completly worth it. Anyone buying this guitar will be satisfiyed tell the end of there days.

Reliability & Durability — 10
This guitar would never let you down. It's perfect while recording. Say you want an acustic sound, but then want a reso or 12 string electric, you dont have retune or change gutiars, just a quick turn of the nob and your ready to go.

Features — 10
The Variax has a huge list of features. Its main eye catcher is that fact that it has over 25 distinctive guitar models in 1! From what I can tell it's a solid body, digital guitar. It has a 22 fret fingerboard, which feels like mahogany. The body style it comes with is the Strat look. It has volume, tone (which lets you decide were the mic is, like if you want a full sound, or the bridge sound), the 5-way selector that lets you store your 5 custom made sounds (like an acustic guitar with a humbucker). It runs off AA batterys or the Vetta II.

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