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joegut

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  1. What I'm wondering at this point, is if the JTVs are going to be discontinued. Are they? I think James Tyler himself is out of the picture as far as any continued input towards his models. I don't like Pacificas in general, and these new Variax's smell like Pacificas with Variax electronics. How about a report from NAMM attendees? Can we get some answers concerning these guitars? Can you find out the scoop on James Tyler? Thanks.
  2. Well, we were going in the right direction in the evolution of the Variax line. From the original Variax, though the Variax 600, up through the James Tyler models, we were progressing. Now, I get the funny feeling the progress has stopped.
  3. My question to everyone here is Are the acoustic settings as good on the Amplifi, as if you plugged a JT Variax (acoustic settings) into a PA? Is the Amplifi readily equipped with such settings??
  4. http://www.amazon.com/Line-JTV-69S-3T-JTV-69S-Sunburst-Rosewood/dp/B009I2GZT6/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1387859081&sr=8-2&keywords=jtv-69s And the price keeps on falling,.... :o
  5. Now, with the news of Line 6 being taken over by Yamaha, I would keep my old 600 in additition to adding a Tyler Variax 69s. I just have a feeling they'll one day become "collectors items".
  6. I think the time to get a REAL Tyler Variax is right now. For $1999 it's a no brainer. Who knows what will happen in January?
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