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  1. Line 6 P/N 50-02-0320-4 http://www.fullcompass.com/prod/277278-Line-6-50-02-0320-4 Main circuit board assembly for Line 6 JTV-89F electric guitar. Line 6 50-02-0320-4 Main PCB Assembly for JTV-89F OUR PART # 50-02-0320-4 http://web.archive.org/web/20170424062812/http://www.fullcompass.com/prod/277278-Line-6-50-02-0320-4
  2. Already exists! [img[/img] https://www.thomann.de/gb/line6_variax_cabled_power_kit.htm Line 6 Variax XPS A/B Box Variax Cabled Power Kit for all JTV and Variax Guitars with XPS A/B Box, 15' Planet Waves TRS Cable, and PX-2g 9V AC Power Adapter https://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/VariaxPwrKit--line-6-variax-cabled-power-kit
  3. Tyler Variax WorkBench HD Patch Exchange
  4. stevekc

    HX Stomp FAQ

    HX STOMP does NOT function as a USB Host
  5. Line 6 VDI Interface
  6. Review the available types here Tyler Variax WorkBench HD Patch Exchange JTV -Fake Jazzmaster
  7. JTV-69 never employed that type spring below is the Fender Tremolo with trem arm tension spring & ball JTV-69 Tremolo Setup
  8. Still cant believe Line-6 can not host Variax Workbench / Workbench HD Patches at www.customtone.com https://line6.com/customtone/?show_all=1 meanwhile there is this source Tyler Variax WorkBench HD Patch Exchange To upload patches, simply hit "New Topic" (see tab on upper right) - and p
  9. stevekc

    Variax Pedalboard?

    Variax in a pedal with 13pin input? https://www.vguitarforums.com/smf/index.php?topic=5213.0 http://www.rackvax.com/component/content/article/38-introscroller/154-rackvax-electric-has-arrived/ http://www.rackvax.com/store/#!/Do-It-Yourself/c/1173774/offset=0&sort=normal GK 13-pin to Variax Adapter Module ( for use with a guitar with Roland GK-3 13 pin PU Now you can play the Variax sounds using any GK-equipped guitar without breaking your budget. Use your guitar equipped with a GK-compatible 13-pin pickup to play the sounds available within Variax 300, 600, 500, 700 or James Tyler Variax using our GK-compatible Variax adapter interface. Installation is as easy as disconnecting your Variax guitar's bridge connector cable and installing in its place the appropriate jumper cable (included) between the Variax main board and the GK 13-pin to Variax Adapter Module board. Note: This board interfaces the audio signals from your GK pickup to the Variax hardware. Phantom power (±7V) must be supplied to the GK pickup by connecting another GK-compatible device to the adapter module's GK THRU. Features: GK IN - plug in your 13-pin GK-equipped guitar here. GK THRU - This is the phantom power insert point. Connecting another GK-compatible device here will supply power to the pickup connected to GK IN. Can also be used to drive another GK-compatible device such as a Roland VG-99 simultaneously. Included: GK 13-pin to Variax Adapter Module Adapter-bridge link cable for use with Variax 300/600/JTV, Variax 500 or Variax 700* *Your choice of adapter module version affects which cable is included. Variax 300/600/JTV version: 8-pin jumper cable for use with Variax 300, 600 and James Tyler Variax Variax 500 version: 10-pin flex cable for use with Variax 500 Variax 700 version: 8-pin flex cable for use with Variax 700 Variax Bass 700 & 705 version: 8-pin jumper cable for use with Variax Bass 700 & 705 Specifications Dimensions: 2.9" x 1.5" x 0.83" (73.7 x 38.1 x 21mm) Weight: 2 oz.
  10. and if you have experience - Bigbsy can be added to JTV-59 details https://www.vguitarforums.com/smf/index.php?topic=9291.0
  11. Sonic Port vs Sonic Port VX - Yes They Are different Only the SonicPort VX can connect to the USB connection to Mac/Win PC. The SonicPort can NOT make the USB connection http://line6.com/support/page/kb/_/mobile-products/sonic-port-mobile-in/sonicportconnections SONIC PORT VX CONNECTIONS 1. Before connecting the Sonic Port VX, check your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch to be sure you have the latest version of the iOS operating system installed. Instructions for updating your iOS device are available HERE. 2. In order to enjoy POD® amp and effects processing, you’ll need our free Mobile POD application. The Mobile POD app also provides firmware updates to the Sonic Port VX hardware. If your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch has internet access, we recommend that you first download and install our Mobile POD app from the App Store app before you attach your Sonic Port VX for the first time. Simply search for 'Mobile POD' on the app store to find and download the Mobile POD app. 3. If you are using the Sonic Port VX with a iOS device, connect Sonic Port VX to your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch using the included 14-pin to Lightning connector cable. The Sonic Port VX has a red LED located on it's top side that will blink once a few seconds after the Sonic Port VX is successfully recognized by your iOS device. If you want to power/charge your iOS device (Lightning only) while using the Sonic Port VX, you can additionally connect the supplied USB-mini cable from the Sonic Port VX into a iOS USB power supply. If you are using the Sonic Port VX with a Windows computer, first make sure and download the Sonic Port Windows Drivers from our software page HERE before you connect the Sonic Port to your computer. If you are using the Sonic Port VX with MAC OS X 10.9 or above computer you will not need to install any drivers. To connect the Sonic Port VX to your computer simply use the supplied USB-A to USB-mini cable to connect it to your computer. Click the photo below for an illustration of these connections: 4. Connect your 1/4" instrument or other audio source to Sonic Port VX or Sonic Port. The Sonic Port VX and Sonic Port can only use one input source at a time, it will use whichever input is connected to first: Using Guitar In (mono): Connect a standard 1/4" guitar cable to the Sonic Port guitar input, then plug the other end into your guitar. Using AUX IN : Connect a standard stereo 1/8" line cable to the Sonic Port VX AUX input, then plug the other end into a line level audio output of your source equipment such as a keyboard, drum machine, mixer, or music player. 5. Connect two mono 1/4" Tip Sleeve cables to the Sonic Port VX's individual Left and Right outputs, then plug the other ends into a playback device such as a mixer, studio monitors, or powered PA speakers to monitor your audio. You can also connect one mono 1/4" Tip Sleeve calbe to only the Sonic Port VX's left output and the Sonic Port VX will sum together both the Right and Left outputs to allow you to connect it to mono sources such as a guitar or bass amp. To connect a pair of headphones or desktop speakers to the Sonic Port VX simply connect the 1/8" stereo cable into the 1/8" Headphone output on the Sonic Port VX. Click the photo below for a illustration of these connections: 6. If you would like to set the Sonic Port VX up on a mic stand or the included tabletop stand start off by threading the supplied mic stand mount onto the base of the Sonic Port VX. If you would like to use the Sonic Port VX on a mic stand, you can then simply attach the mic stand mount to a mic stand. If you would like to use the included table top stand for the Sonic Port VX, place the mic stand mount onto the tabletop stand and fasten them together using the supplied 1/4" thread as shown in the illustration below: We recommend that you place the Sonic Port VX at least 10" away from the source that you are trying to record with the built in mics. We also recommend that you use pop screen with the Sonic Port VX when you are recording vocals. 7. Once you have made all your connections launch the iOS or computer app of your choice and your ready to go. SONIC PORT CONNECTIONS 1. Before connecting the Sonic Port, check your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch to be sure you have the latest version of the iOS operating system installed. Instructions for updating your iOS device are available HERE. 2. In order to enjoy POD® amp and effects processing, you’ll need our free Mobile POD application. The Mobile POD app also provides firmware updates to the Sonic Port hardware. If your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch has internet access, we recommend that you first download and install our Mobile POD app from the App Store app before you attach your Sonic Port for the first time. Simply search for 'Mobile POD' on the app store to find and download the Mobile POD app. 3. Connect the Sonic Port to your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch using the included 14-pin to Lightning connector cable or the 30 pin cable depending on your ios device.The Sonic Port has a red LED located on it's top side that will blink once a few seconds after the Sonic Port is successfully recognized by your iOS device. Click the photo below for a illustration of this connection: 4. Connect your 1/4" instrument or other audio source to the Sonic Port. The Sonic Port can only use one input source at a time, it will use whichever input is connected to first: Using Guitar In (mono): Connect a standard 1/4" guitar cable to the Sonic Port guitar input, then plug the other end into your guitar. Using IN L/R: Connect a standard stereo 1/8" line cable to the Sonic Port IN L/R input, then plug the other end into a line level audio output of your source equipment such as a keyboard, drum machine, mixer, or music player. 5. Connect a mono or stereo 1/4" cable to the Sonic Port OUT L/R output, then plug the other end into a playback device such as a guitar amp, mixer or powered speakers to monitor your audio. To connect a pair of headphones or desktop speakers to the Sonic Port simply connect the 1/8" stereo cable into the 1/8" Headphone output on the Sonic Port. Click the photo below for a illustration of these connections: 6. Once you have made all your connections launch the iOS app of your choice and your ready to go. SONIC PORT VX CONNECTIONS 1. Before connecting the Sonic Port VX, check your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch to be sure you have the latest version of the iOS operating system installed. Instructions for updating your iOS device are available HERE. 2. In order to enjoy POD® amp and effects processing, you’ll need our free Mobile POD application. The Mobile POD app also provides firmware updates to the Sonic Port VX hardware. If your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch has internet access, we recommend that you first download and install our Mobile POD app from the App Store app before you attach your Sonic Port VX for the first time. Simply search for 'Mobile POD' on the app store to find and download the Mobile POD app. 3. If you are using the Sonic Port VX with a iOS device, connect Sonic Port VX to your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch using the included 14-pin to Lightning connector cable. The Sonic Port VX has a red LED located on it's top side that will blink once a few seconds after the Sonic Port VX is successfully recognized by your iOS device. If you want to power/charge your iOS device (Lightning only) while using the Sonic Port VX, you can additionally connect the supplied USB-mini cable from the Sonic Port VX into a iOS USB power supply. If you are using the Sonic Port VX with a Windows computer, first make sure and download the Sonic Port Windows Drivers from our software page HERE before you connect the Sonic Port to your computer. If you are using the Sonic Port VX with MAC OS X 10.9 or above computer you will not need to install any drivers. To connect the Sonic Port VX to your computer simply use the supplied USB-A to USB-mini cable to connect it to your computer. Click the photo below for an illustration of these connections: 4. Connect your 1/4" instrument or other audio source to Sonic Port VX or Sonic Port. The Sonic Port VX and Sonic Port can only use one input source at a time, it will use whichever input is connected to first: Using Guitar In (mono): Connect a standard 1/4" guitar cable to the Sonic Port guitar input, then plug the other end into your guitar. Using AUX IN : Connect a standard stereo 1/8" line cable to the Sonic Port VX AUX input, then plug the other end into a line level audio output of your source equipment such as a keyboard, drum machine, mixer, or music player. 5. Connect two mono 1/4" Tip Sleeve cables to the Sonic Port VX's individual Left and Right outputs, then plug the other ends into a playback device such as a mixer, studio monitors, or powered PA speakers to monitor your audio. You can also connect one mono 1/4" Tip Sleeve calbe to only the Sonic Port VX's left output and the Sonic Port VX will sum together both the Right and Left outputs to allow you to connect it to mono sources such as a guitar or bass amp. To connect a pair of headphones or desktop speakers to the Sonic Port VX simply connect the 1/8" stereo cable into the 1/8" Headphone output on the Sonic Port VX. Click the photo below for a illustration of these connections: 6. If you would like to set the Sonic Port VX up on a mic stand or the included tabletop stand start off by threading the supplied mic stand mount onto the base of the Sonic Port VX. If you would like to use the Sonic Port VX on a mic stand, you can then simply attach the mic stand mount to a mic stand. If you would like to use the included table top stand for the Sonic Port VX, place the mic stand mount onto the tabletop stand and fasten them together using the supplied 1/4" thread as shown in the illustration below: We recommend that you place the Sonic Port VX at least 10" away from the source that you are trying to record with the built in mics. We also recommend that you use pop screen with the Sonic Port VX when you are recording vocals. 7. Once you have made all your connections launch the iOS or computer app of your choice and your ready to go. SONIC PORT CONNECTIONS 1. Before connecting the Sonic Port, check your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch to be sure you have the latest version of the iOS operating system installed. Instructions for updating your iOS device are available HERE. 2. In order to enjoy POD® amp and effects processing, you’ll need our free Mobile POD application. The Mobile POD app also provides firmware updates to the Sonic Port hardware. If your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch has internet access, we recommend that you first download and install our Mobile POD app from the App Store app before you attach your Sonic Port for the first time. Simply search for 'Mobile POD' on the app store to find and download the Mobile POD app. 3. Connect the Sonic Port to your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch using the included 14-pin to Lightning connector cable or the 30 pin cable depending on your ios device.The Sonic Port has a red LED located on it's top side that will blink once a few seconds after the Sonic Port is successfully recognized by your iOS device. Click the photo below for a illustration of this connection: 4. Connect your 1/4" instrument or other audio source to the Sonic Port. The Sonic Port can only use one input source at a time, it will use whichever input is connected to first: Using Guitar In (mono): Connect a standard 1/4" guitar cable to the Sonic Port guitar input, then plug the other end into your guitar. Using IN L/R: Connect a standard stereo 1/8" line cable to the Sonic Port IN L/R input, then plug the other end into a line level audio output of your source equipment such as a keyboard, drum machine, mixer, or music player. 5. Connect a mono or stereo 1/4" cable to the Sonic Port OUT L/R output, then plug the other end into a playback device such as a guitar amp, mixer or powered speakers to monitor your audio. To connect a pair of headphones or desktop speakers to the Sonic Port simply connect the 1/8" stereo cable into the 1/8" Headphone output on the Sonic Port. Click the photo below for a illustration of these connections: 6. Once you have made all your connections launch the iOS app of your choice and your ready to go.
  12. Look for Ethercon Cat-5 cable http://www.contrik.ch/en-ch/products/nepk-ee-ef NEPK-EE-EF-* Flexible patchcable (ZNK CT2672601) twisted pair, UC300 HS26 4P, Cat. 5e, black PUR-rubber-jacket (resistant, nonabrasive, non-corrosive, flame retardant), assembled with RJ45 Hirose connectors, screened (NE8CAT6A-HRS) along with Neutrik etherCON cable connector shell with boot (NE8MC-B-1). Boot colors: black (other colors on request), Order NumbersNEPK-EE-EF-0.5 = 0.5 meters NEPK-EE-EF-1 = 1 meter NEPK-EE-EF-2 = 2 meters NEPK-EE-EF-3 = 3 meters NEPK-EE-EF-5 = 5 meters NEPK-EE-EF-7 = 7 meters NEPK-EE-EF-10 = 10 meters
  13. some may not be aware there is a solution for a screw in Tremolo bar that is "too wobbly" This solution also works on the Variax Standard Trem-Arm Tension Springhttp://guitartechnicalservices.co.uk/acatalog/2013_of_Archive.html http://www.stewmac.com/Hardware_and_Parts/Bridges_and_Tailpieces/Bridges_and_Tailpieces_for_Electric_Guitar/Tremolo_Parts/Trem_Arm_Tension_Spring.html?utm_source=google&utm_medium=shopping&utm_campaign=2018-02-gp&gclid=Cj0KCQiAq6_UBRCEARIsAHyrgUwr1ia428afcfc4mH_Rsx8NZqqf0Dq8wnKh63dlEySX2wSM-zGGKjcaArLjEALw_wcB
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