Line 6 Variax 300 Reviews
Product Type: Line 6 guitars and bass guitars
Newest Review: ... on the scratchplate. The 500 and 700 have slightly different arrangements. The scratchplate on the Variax 300 is fairly large ... more
Customer Line 6 Variax 300 Reviews (4)
by - written on 28/06/11 (Very useful, 14 readings)
This is the budget model of the variax range, gone are the fancy woods and tuners of the premium models but that the only difference really. The magic of the variax line is still intact with this model, this is of coarse the digital manipulation made within the guitar. This guitar works differently to every other guitar in that it picks up the strings vibrations at the bridge manipulates them then outputs them, there aren't any magnetic pick ups in sight. This guitar is a modelling guitar it mimics famous guitars from the past and present. Not only does it do this it can also digitally alter tunings and also allow you to create totally original guitars virtually. This is Read the complete review
by - written on 13/08/10 (Very useful, 51 readings)
Having been intrigued by the concept of having 30 guitars in 1 body and virtually infinitely programmable sonic tuning I set off to the music shop in search of the mysterious Line 6 Variax system. 3 ranges available at the time were 300 500( now replaced by 600) and 700. The 700 was out my price range but looked very nice indeed with a much higher aesthetic component than the plain looking 300 and 500's. Having been assured by the assistant that they all have identical electronics and therefore produce the same/very similar sound output I opted for the cheapest version and bought the 300 in red with white pickguard as per the photo on this review. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/08/08 (Very useful, 164 readings)
Introduction --------------- One of the biggest bugbears for the performing guitarist has to carry several different guitars to the recording or gig. Why several guitars? Well each guitar has a different tone and feel; the most obvious comparison being a nylon stringed acoustic guitar and a solid bodied steel string electric guitar. What is the solution? Enter the Line 6 Variax 300 guitar. The guitar ------------- The guitar is solid bodied and is available in three different finishes; Red, Black and Sunburst. The guitar houses a 25 and a half scale neck with a 22 fret maple and rosewood fret board. The back of the guitar has a battery ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/04/13 (Very useful, 38 readings)
Line6 are a company who make innovative products for musicians, from modelling guitars to amps and effects. I love their modelling amplifiers and have several. When I heard about the Variax I was fascinated by the technology. How can one (not particularly striking ) electric guitar have so many voices in one body? Including acoustic guitars? A sitar?! I managed to pick one up on Ebay and this thing blew me away. The Variax 300 is the entry level guitar in the Variax range. Made in Indonesia to keep costs down, the 300 is the easiest and cheapest way to get hold of a modelling guitar. The later models - the 500 and 700 are much more expensive and ... Read the complete review
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