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June 1, 2004
New from Line 6 is the Variax Acoustic 700, an acoustic addition to the Variax family of guitars. Variax Acoustic and offers guitarists 16 acoustic instrument sounds, feedback-resistance, tone-shaping options and instant access to alternate tunings.
Variax Acoustic 700 can be connected directly to a recording device or any standard acoustic amplifier - no microphones required. It can handle high-volume onstage situation without feedback hassles or complex setups.
Variax Acoustic 700 offers guitarists instant access to the sounds of a variety of steel-string acoustic, nylon-string classical, resonator and arch-top guitars, as well as non-guitar stringed instruments. The guitar features a set-in mahogany neck, chambered mahogany body and natural or black finish cedar top.
For more information, visit their web site at www.line6.com