Line 6 Variax Serial Number Lookup

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Electric Guitar • Colour / Finish: Black • Technology: Solid Body • Body Shape: others • Strings: 6 string • Neck construction: Set in neck • Frets: 24 • Scale Length: 24,75' (62,87 cm) • Body Material: Mahogany • Top: Figured Maple • Neck: Mahogany • Fretboard: Rosewood • Fretboard Inlays: Dot inlays • Pickup Configuration: H-H (2x Humbucker) + 1x Piezo • Neck Pickup: Custom Alnico Humbucker • Bridge Pickup: Custom Alnico Humbucker • Pickup Selector Switch: 3 way toggle • Controls: 2x volume, 2x tone • Bridge / Tremolo: Wraparound • Hardware: Chrome • Including: Gigbag • Special Features: Variax System • Line 6 updates the Variax electric guitars to a whole new level with the JTV-59 James Tyler Variax guitar. The Line 6 JTV-59 Variax is an amazing guitar built to the specifications of Californian master luthier James Tyler. The Line 6 JTV-59 James Tyler Variax modelling guitar features a beautiful custom mahogany body topped with flame maple. A set mahogany neck and a rosewood fingerboard add to its full and vibrant tone. A contoured heel makes the upper frets reachable. Unlike the past Line 6 Variax guitars the JTV-59 features a pair of real custom-wound humbuckers designed by James Tyler and built to his specifications. Even without the Line 6 Variax modelling technology onboard, the JTV-59 James Tyler is a wonderful electric guitar on its own. Inside the Line 6 JTV-59 James Tyler Variax modelling guitar here's an updated Variax modeling system which allows you to reshape your sound and retune your guitar with only the turn of a dial or two. Twist the tone selector dial on the Line 6 JTV-59 James Tyler Vaiax and switch from a 6-string solidbody to a 12-string acoustic, or from a humbucker configuration to a single-coil setup. Apply alternate tunings such as drops, open tunings, and capos is just as easy via the Line 6 JTV-59 James Tyler Variax modelling guitar's second selector wheel up at the neck that switches between 11 tunings without altering either the feel or the tension of your strings. Controls on the Line 6 JTV-59 James Tyler Variax modelling guitar include a 3-way toggle pickup selector switch, master volume and tones. A rotary model selector dials the 25 virtual guitars plus sitar, banjo, and resonator guitar tones. Pressing the Model knob switches between models and magnetic pickups. A rotary alt tuning selector lets you pick from 12 alternate tunings. The fully adjustable Tyler Custom stoptail bridge is fitted with an L.R. Baggs Radiance Hex piezo pickup system for sweet acoustic guitar tones. A Graph Tech Black TUSQ XL nut keeps the strings from gripping and sticking. With the Line 6 JTV-59 James Tyler Varix modelling guitar you're not locked into a predefined set of tunings and models. Line 6's Workbench software, a free download from Line 6's website, lets you create custom models on your computer and upload them to a Line 6 JTV-59 Variax guitar via a built-in USB port. Define your body style, dimensions, pickup configuration, and define custom tunings via pushing a couple of buttons, fretting your guitar, and plucking each string individually. A new Li-Ion battery pack provides 12 solid hours of playing time. Take the stage with a guitar shop's worth of guitars and never have to swap out your guitar or batteries. The Line 6 JTV-59 James Tyler Variax modelling guitar ships with a durable padded gig bag with a stitched Line 6 logo and two pockets big enough for all your gig essentials. Take the stage with a guitar shop's worth of instruments and never have to swap out your guitar or its batteries with the Line 6 JTV-59 James Tyler Variax modelling guitar. No more carrying acoustics and electrics to gigs or recording studios. Variax gives you an endless variety of sounds from classic acoustic and electric tones all the way to sitar and banjo, all in one guitar.
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