2008 Line 6 Variax 300 was my first modeling guitar from Line 6. I actually owned two of these and sold them both when I bought James Tyler Variax guitars. Amazing guitar for what it costs.

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Variax 300 Features

  • Comfort-contoured agathis body
  • One piece maple neck with Indian rosewood fingerboard
  • 22 medium profile frets
  • 25 1/2″ scale length
  • 12″ fingerboard radius
  • Standard 1/4″ guitar output jack
  • Digital I/O jack for PODxt Live, POD X3 Live, Vetta II, and Workbench connectivity
  • Volume and tone controls respond faithfully for each model
  • Includes XPS Mini power supply with 1/4″ standard guitar output for connection to any guitar amp
  • Powered by footswitch, on-board batteries, Vetta II, PODxt Live or POD X3 Live
  • Available in opaque gloss Black or Sunburst

Variax 300 Models based on*:

  • 1960 Fender® Telecaster® Custom
  • 1968 Fender® Telecaster®
  • 1968 Fender® Telecaster® Thinline
  • 1959 Fender® Stratocaster®
  • 1958 Gibson® Les Paul® Standard
  • 1952 Gibson® Les Paul® “Goldtop”
  • 1961 Gibson® Les Paul® Custom (3 PU)
  • 1956 Gibson® Les Paul® Junior
  • 1976 Gibson® Firebird V
  • 1955 Gibson® Les Paul® Special
  • 1959 Gretsch® 6120
  • 1956 Gretsch® Silver Jet
  • 1968 Rickenbacker® 360
  • 1966 Rickenbacker® 360-12
  • 1961 Gibson® ES®-335
  • 1967 Epiphone® Casino
  • 1957 Gibson® ES-175
  • 1953 Gibson® Super 400
  • 1959 Martin® D-28
  • 1970 Martin® D 12-28
  • 1967 Martin® O-18
  • 1966 Guild® F212
  • 1995 Gibson® J-200
  • 1935 Dobro® Alumilite
  • Danelectro 3021
  • Coral/Dano® Electric Sitar
  • Gibson® Mastertone Banjo
  • 1928 National® Style 2 “Tricone”