I let this one go to make room…
2007 Line 6 Variax Acoustic 700 modeling guitar is one very cool instrument, or should I say instruments, as it can model many different acoustic guitars. Line 6 no longer makes this which is a shame as it is so versatile.
The Line 6 Variax 700 was the world’s first acoustic modeling guitar
Contains models for 16 richly detailed acoustic-instrument sounds, phenomenal feedback-resistance, unique and intuitive tone-shaping options, and instant access to altered tunings. These magical electronics are housed in a nice playable thin mahogany body with cedar top. Mahogany neck with rosewood fingerboard and pearl snowflake position markers. Output can be sent direct to a PA, recording device, or any standard acoustic amplifier. Like owning a studio full of fine acoustics. Great for live performance and for the studio.
24 medium-profile frets, 25-1/2″ scale length, and 17″ fingerboard radius. Digital I/O jack for Line 6’s Variax connectivity. Included direct box provides power plus 1/4″ Standard guitar and XLR balanced outputs.
The models in the Variax Acoustic 700 are based on studies of the following fine instruments:
- American Dreadnought
- Gibson J-45
- Gibson J-200
- D’Angelico New Yorker
- Nylon String Classical
- Guild F412 12-String
- Stella 12-String
- National Style O
- Wood-body Dobro
- Gibson Mastertone Banjo
- Japanese Shamisen