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  1. I have had a G90 Relay system for about 3 years now. I recently tried to change the batteries and noticed they were not connecting properly and actually rattling around in the transmitter! The old dead batteries were not and still fit and connected well. Both Energizer brand. The old batteries are actually a millimeter or 2 longer than the new ones I had bought. Same with new Duracell's I bought. Is anyone else having this issue and is there a fix? Seems like they are making AA batteries shorter now which for spring loaded devices it's no big deal but for this transmitter its the difference between it working and not working.
  2. I have a Variax 500, the kind with the battery box for 6 AA batteries. I'd love to put a JTV-style battery into it. Does anyone know if this could be switched in for the stock battery box?
  3. My first post having just bought a JVT-59P (in UK). Where is the battery check button mentioned in the Pilot's Guide and on these forums? I fully charged the battery when I first got the guitar and although I have only played it for a few hours (probably in the region of 5-6 hours) the battery has just died on me suddenly today. I have it back on charge at the moment. If I was able to find the battery check button, I could monitor its discharge cycle better and not be caught out again. And before anyone asks... yes I do pull out the 1/4" cable when not playing the guitar. many thanks... Dave
  4. Hey, so my DL4 cut out the other day and I've opened it up to find that batteries have exploded and leaked acid all through the pedal. The circuit is pretty burnt and it won't start at all. I've only ever run it off a line 6 official power supply. And am always super careful with the unit. Has anyone else had any problems like this? Also, being based outside of Europe, or the USA. There is no number or emailing address for me to get in contact with line 6 about the issue. If anyone could shed some light on where I can get in communication about customer support, that would be fantastic! Love the DL4, I just want to get it revived :(
  5. I bought a JTV-69 through amazon and it arrived with two DVI interfaces and cables and a charger but no battery. Is this normal? Am I supposed to get two cables and no battery?
  6. I think I accidentally threw away the paper that came with my JTV59 about the charger. I went to charge my battery last night and wasn't sure if it was charged this morning or not. I figured the light would turn green when charged. It was blinking when it had been on steady last night. How do I know that the battery is fully charged with this charger? Thanks. Just got my JTV59 last week and this is the first time I have charged the battery.
  7. I just bought a Pocket POD. I know it says not to use rechargeable batteries, but has anyone tried? Does it harm the unit? It seems to me that the only issue would be that Rechargeables have a different discharge curve than alkaline batteries, but that would at worst shorten the use between recharges. Thoughts?
  8. Hi, First, let me apologize if this has been addressed elsewhere. I searched the forum for an answer to this question, but couldn't find one...hence this topic. Basically, I'm wondering if a variax 500 can be upgraded to a rechargeable lithium ion battery like the JTVs. I own a JTV 89, which I love. However, I also have an opportunity to purchase a like new variax 500 for a song. I'm thinking the current battery situation with these old variaxes are an issue. Therefore, I won't purchase this guitar unless I can ascertain whether or not the current battery set up can be converted to the new rechargeable lithium power source as with the JTVs. If this is feasible, please post any documentation, tips, tutorials, etc. Thanks so much!
  9. I have not seen this posted on the forum, so I thought I would post it. I wondered how long it would take to charge a battery from dead to when the red light flashes. I just timed it at 3.5 hours. (give or take a few minutes!) For any of our international members, this was on a 110 volt ac outlet.
  10. Hello. I have a JTV89 with POD500. I have problems with the guitar when I want to use the battery. Without the battery everything works fine. With the battery I have no sound. The charge indicator indicates a full charge. I connect the guitar with different cables but nothing changes. As soon as I remove the battery, I found the sound. I tested the battery on another machine and it works. I do not know what to do ... Thank you for your help! Chris (sorry for my bad english)
  11. The repair shop lost the AC adapter for my JTV-69 battery charger! (In addition to only fixing the modeling section and not the magnetic pickup problems). Anyhow, does anyone know or can you put a multi-meter on the output of the AC adapter that plugs into the battery charging cradle and tell me the voltage, polarity and estimated current draw? Thanks!
  12. Deutsch Français Please go through the following list before updating your James Tyler Variax guitar to flash memory v1.81 and newer from an earlier version of the flash memory to ensure the update completes successfully: Ensure that the interface you are using to update the JTV guitar with (Workbench Interface, PODxt Live/Pro, POD X3 Live/Pro, POD HD500/HD Pro, Vetta II) is NOTconnected to the computer through a USB hub. Make sure to connect the interface into a USB port directly into the computer, especially into the back of a desktop. If problems persist, make sure to test all of the USB ports on the computer. Avoid plugging into USB ports found on keyboards, monitors, or laptop docks. [*]When using the Workbench Interface to update or edit the JTV guitar, ensure that a charged battery is in the guitar and a 1/4" TS mono cable is inserted into the guitar's output jack to power on the guitar. [*]Ensure that the Volume knob on the guitar is NOT set to the '0' position as it will put the guitar into Power Save Mode. Make sure that the Volume knob is set higher than 0 when updating or editing the JTV guitar. [*]Please use the VDI Cable that comes with the JTV guitar when updating the flash memory. Avoid using VDI or CAT5 cables longer than 10 ft. in length when updating the James Tyler Variax. [*]During the update, select 'NO' when asked if you would like to keep the presets on the guitar. Use the Workbench software to back up your guitar presets before updating if you would like to keep them. [*]Close out any other applications running on your computer before updating the JTV guitar. Please use the following link for the flash memory update instructions: Variax Reflash and Software Update Instructions Checkliste für James Tyler Variax Updates: Stellen Sie sicher, dass die Schnittstelle, welche Sie zum aktualisieren Ihrer JTV benutzen (Workbench Interface, PODxt Live/Pro, POD X3 Live/Pro, POD HD500/HD Pro, Vetta II) nicht per USB Hub an Ihren Computer angeschlossen ist. Stecken Sie die Schnittstelle hinten direkt in einen der USB Ports Ihres Computers. Wenn weiterhin Probleme bestehen sollten Sie alle USB Ports ausprobieren. Achtung, vermeiden Sie es, die Schnittstelle in einen USB Port einer Tastatur, eines Monitors oder eines Laptop-Docks zu stecken. [*]Wenn Sie das Workbench Interface benutzen, um Ihre JTV zu bearbeiten oder aktualisieren, stellen Sie sicher, dass die Batterie vollgeladen und ein 6.35mm TS Mono Kabel im Gitarren Ausgangs-Jack eingesteckt ist, um die Gitarre anzuschalten. [*]Der "Volume" Knopf darf nicht auf der "0" Position sein, da die Gitarre ansonsten in den Energiesparmodus geht. Der "Volume" Knopf muss also auf einer anderen Position sein als "0" um die Aktualisierung durchzuführen. [*]Bitte benutzen Sie das VDI Kabel, welches bei der Gitarre mitgeliefert wurde wenn Sie Flash Memory aktualisieren möchten. Benutzen Sie möglichste keine CAT 5 oder VDI Kabel, die länger als 3 Meter sind wenn Sie die James Tyler Variax aktualisieren. [*]Während der Aktualisierung klicken Sie "NO" wenn Sie gefragt werden ob Sie die Presets behalten ("keep presets o nthe guitar") möchten. Sie sollten die Presets, die Sie behalten wollen vor dem Update per Workbench Software sichern. [*]Schließen Sie alle unnötigen Programme bevor Sie die JTV Gitarre aktualisieren. Bitte folgen Sie diesem Link, um Anweisungen zur Aktualisierung des Flash Memory zu erhalten: Variax Reflash and Software Update Instructions Liste de contrôle des mises à jour James Tyler Variax: Assurez-vous que l'interface pour connecter la guitare JTV à l'ordinateur (Workbench Interface, PODxt Live/Pro, POD X3 Live/Pro, POD HD500/HD Pro, Vetta II) n'est pas connectée à l'ordinateur via un hub USB. Connectez l'interface directement sur un port USB en arrière de l'ordinateur. Si vous avez des problèmes, essayez tous les ports USB de l'ordinateur. Évitez de brancher sur les ports USB sur les claviers, moniteurs ou stations d'accueil pour ordinateur portable. [*]Si vous utilisez l'interface Workbench pour mettre à jour la guitare, assurez-vous qu'une batterie chargée est dans la guitare et un câble TS mono 6.35m m est branché dans le jack de sortie de la guitare pour l'a llumer. [*]Le bouton "Volume" ne doit pas être sur la position "0" parce que ca met la guitare dans le mode économie d'énergie. Mettez-le sur une autre position que "0". [*]Veuillez utiliser le câble VDI fourni avec la guitare JTV si vous mettez le Flash Memory (firmware de la guitare) à jour. Évitez d'utiliser des câbles CAT5/VDI plus long que 3 mètres pour la mise à jour. [*]Pendant la mise à jour, cliquez sur "NO" pour la question "keep presets on the guitar". Utilisez le logiciel Workbench pour sauvegarder vos presets avant que vous mettez la firmware à jour si vous les voulez garder. [*]Fermez tous les autres programmes inutiles avant que vous mettez la JTV à jour. Utilisez le lien suivant pour les instructions de la mise à jour Flash Memory: Variax Reflash and Software Update Instructions
  13. For touring James Tyler Variax owners: Lithium cell and battery transportation is regulated in both the United States and the international community. When using a freight company to transport your gear, we suggest that you disclose to the freight company that your guitar has a Lithium-ion battery in it.
  14. Version française. Deutsche Version. Every James Tyler Variax guitar includes the following accessories: One Workbench interface One USB cable One Category 5 Variax Digital Interface cable One Allen wrench tool set One battery (*US made JTV guitars are shipped with 2 batteries) One battery charger One battery charger power supply w/ international adapters Allen wrench sizes: (for JTV 89) 1 -“ 4mm hex, for truss rod adjust (relief) 1 -“ 5/64" hex, for individual piezo level intonation adjust (intonation) 1 -“ 7/64" hex, for bridge post adjust (action) 1 -“ 3/32" hex, common generic tool in most guitar tool kits 1 -“ 5/32" hex, common generic tool in most guitar tool kits 1 -“ 0.050", for bridge set screw horizontal overall Bridge intonation adjust (intonation) 1 - 1.5mm, for tremolo set screw [even though the 89 is a set bridge] 3/32 and 5/32 are common generic tool in most guitar tool kits that use linear, rather than metric parts. ==================================================================================== (for JTV 89F) 1 - 4mm hex, for truss rod adjust JTV-89F (relief) 1 - 5/64" hex, for individual piezo level intonation adjust (intonation) 1 - 7/64" hex, for Locking nut and bridge string locks 1 - 3/32" hex, common generic tool in most guitar tool kits ==================================================================================== (for JTV 59 and 69) 1 - 1.5mm hex, for tremolo set screw adjust on the JTV-69 series 1 - 4mm hex, for truss rod adjust JTV-69 (relief) 1 - 4mm hex short arm, for truss rod adjust JTV-59 (relief) 1 - 5/64" hex, for individual piezo level intonation adjust (intonation) 1 - 7/64" hex, for bridge post adjust (action) 1 - 3/32" hex, common generic tool in most guitar tool kits 1 - 0.050" hex, for bridge set screw horizontal overall Bridge intonation adjust (intonation) 3/32 is a common generic tool in most guitar tool kits that use linear, rather than metric parts. ==================================================================================== (for the Variax Standard) 1 - 4mm hex, for truss rod adjust (relief) 1- 1.25mm hex, piezo saddle height adjust (action) (for the Shuriken) 1 - 4mm hex, for truss rod adjust (relief) 1- 0.050 inch hex, piezo saddle height adjust (action) If any of these items are missing from your new JTV purchase, feel free to submit a support ticket at line6.com/support. We will route your request to our Parts department for fulfillment. Les éléments suivants sont inclus avec tous les guitares James Tyler Variax : L’interface Workbench. Un câble USB. Un câble Cat 5 Variax Digital Interface. Un ensemble d’utiles Allen. Une batterie (les guitares de la série US ont 2 batteries). Un chargeur de batterie. Une alimentation pour le chargeur de batterie. Avec des adaptateurs internationales. Toutes les clés Allen : 1x 1,5mm 1x 4mm 1x 2mm 1x 2,8mm 1x 2,4mm 1x 1,3mm Si un de ces éléments manque, n'hésitez pas à soumettre un ticket de support sous : www.fr.line6.com/support Alle James Tyler Variax Gitarren beinhalten folgendes Zubehör: Die Workbench Interface. Ein USB Kabel. Ein Cat5 Varaix Digital Interface Kabel. Ein Set Inbusschlüssel. Eine Batterie (im Falle der US Serie sind 2 Batterien enthalten) Ein Batterieladegerät. Ein Netzteil für das Batterieladegerät. Inbusschlüsselgrößen: 1x 1,5mm 1x 4mm 1x 2mm 1x 2,8mm 1x 2,4mm 1x 1,3mm Sollte eines dieser Teile fehlen können Sie jederzeit ein Supportticket auf www.de.line6.com/support erstellen.
  15. Q: How much battery life should I expect with my XDR95 transmitter? A: During our in-house testing of alkaline battery performance, Kirkland, Energizer and Ray-O-Vac brands showed the best results. There are various test results available online that confirm this information. You should also be aware that there are black-market knock-offs out there that look “real” but fall short of the original manufacturer’s specifications. Line 6 digital wireless products now include Energizer batteries as others have not been performing up to spec. That being said, you should expect the battery life in the XDT4 to be between 5.5 and 6.5 Hours. Digital wireless technology has its own set of power demands, but as we develop products, we keep in mind the need for power efficiency. There is a big difference between 10 hours and 5 hours, but please remember the sound quality and benefits of the Line 6 digital system when compared to analog wireless. Q: Is the battery used in the receiver of the XDS95 overridden when using the AC adaptor input? A: In the current design, the battery is not overridden. What this means, is that if you plug in a power adapter to the XDS95 while there are working batteries in the receiver, the battery life will be drained in that configuration. Just make sure to remove the batteries if you are using a power adapter with the receiver. Q: Can I use rechargeable batteries with my Line 6 digital wireless system? A: Yes, but the specs on rechargeable batteries is all over the map and changes every time a battery is charged and discharged. In order to create and offer consistency, we have designed Line 6 digital wireless products to be used with standard 9V alkaline batteries. This way, we can predict and report battery life remaining with accuracy and translate that data to the battery meters that are included on Line 6 digital wireless components. Our knowledge of how consistently rechargeable batteries will work with the Line 6 digital wireless systems is limited. The rule of thumb is: As the battery remains above 6.2 V, it will continue to function. You may want to contact the battery manufacturer for further details. Q: What power supply should I use for the XDS-95 system? A: The Line 6 DC-1/DC1-G power supply will correctly power the XDS-95 system. Q: What power supply should I use for the XDS-plus or XDR95 system? A: the Condor 500ma power supply (supplied with the unit) or Line 6 DC1-G will power either the XDR Plus or XDR95 systems. Q: Where can I find more information on the power supply requirements and purchase a replacement/spare power supply? Power Supply, Amp Power and Battery F.A.Q. Q: Will my XDR95, XDS95 and XDSPlus work with 230/240 volt power? A: Yes, as long as the power transformer converts to 9V 500mA (For XDR95 & XDSPlus) and 9V 100mA (for XDS95) it will work. Our non-U.S. distributors sell 230V to 9V 500mA transformers. Q: I have a pedal board that distributes power to all my pedals. Can my XDS95 receiver share power with devices? A: Yes. Your XDS95 receiver only requires 9V 100mA, but the device will draw only what it needs. On pedal boards that share power with multiple devices, a device may not always get all the power that it needs. If power is being shared with other devices and you start experiencing any issues, dedicate power to the XDS95 and see if the issue goes away.
  16. Français Deutsch Q: Which power supply works with each Line 6 device? Line 6 power supplies are available at your local dealer or at our Online Store. Q: I want to power more than one Line 6 unit from the same power supply. How can I achieve this? A: The Voodolab Pedal Power II Plus can power up to 6 Tonecore pedals and two Modeling pedals at once, and the Voodoo Lab Pedal Power AC can power up to four Modeling pedals. Other power supplies may not deliver consistent voltage and are not supported by Line 6. Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2 Plus Voodoo Lab Pedal power AC Q: I am traveling overseas. How should I power my Line 6 device? A: You can buy any adapter that converts your country's power to these specs and it will work. Any electronics store in your country should be able to sell you one, or you can contact your local Line 6 dealer. Be aware that the DC-1g and DC-3g power supplies are universal across all voltage and power standards around the world, and you will only need the appropriate adapter for a new region rather than a different power supply or transformer. There are certain products that operate over a range of power supplied and don't require any conversion: Helix Floor/Rack/LT, Powercab 112/112 Plus, Firehawk 1500: 100-240V AC Relay G90: 90-250V AC POD HD Pro/Pro X: 100-240V AC POD X3 Pro: 100-240V AC Q: What if I do not have the Line 6 power supply? A: If it is not possible for you to obtain an official Line 6 power supply, then any other power supply with the same specifications should suffice (but is not supported). Q: I am outside the United States, what do I need to power my Line 6 unit? Option 1: We recommended that the proper Line 6 power supply be used. Please contact an authorized Line 6 Distributor for the appropriate region. To acquire the proper Line 6 power supply for a desired country, please visit the Authorized Line 6 Dealers page to find an one near you. Option 2: You will need a travel voltage converter. These will work with our products provided they output the currents and voltages specified on your Line 6 devices or power supplies. Q: I purchased my internally powered Line 6 unit in a region that has "XXX" voltage, and now I am relocating to a region that has different power. Can my Line 6 unit be modified or do I need to use a external transformer? A: Many Line 6 products can be internally modified at an Authorized Line 6 Service Center to the power needs in your new region. Spider amplifiers require that the transformer be replaced along with internal modification. Please note that this is a non-warranty modification and will not be covered under any warranty agreement. Q: What are some of the common power situations around the world? A: Always verify your voltage and frequency BEFORE plugging your unit in, as damage could result if the unit is improperly powered. Although there can be variations to power, here are some common voltage and frequency situations found around the world: United States: 120V AC/60 HZ Europe: 230V AC/50Hz United Kingdom: 230V AC/50Hz Australia: 230V AC/50Hz Japan: 100V AC/60Hz Here are some examples available on the web: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mains_electricity_by_country http://www.world-import.com/all-transformers.htm Q: What is the U.S. warranty on a Line 6 power supply? A: 90 days from the purchase date. This applies to power supplies purchased separately and were not included with a Line 6 device. Q: What is the difference between alkaline and rechargeable batteries? A: Rechargeable batteries will usually last about half the time of alkaline batteries, and can have an inconsistent power drain after each recharge. We recommend using alkaline batteries when powering your Line 6 product. Not all rechargables are true AA size and may not fit correctly. Quelle alimentation pour quel appareil Line 6? Vous pouvez acheter les alimentations du revendeur. Je veux alimenter plus qu’un seul appareil avec une alimentation, comment est-ce que je réalise ca ? Le Pedal Power II Plus de Voodoo Lab peut alimenter jusqu'à 6 pédales Tonecore et 2 pédales modélisations en même temps. Et le Pedal Power AC de Voodoo Lab peut alimenter jusqu'à 4 pédales de modélisation. Autres alimentations ne sont pas soutenues de Line 6. Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2 Plus Voodoo Lab Pedal power AC Je suis à l’étranger, comment est-ce que je peux alimenter mon appareil Line 6 ? Vous devez acheter un convertisseur ou contacter votre revendeur Line 6. L’alimentation DC-1g est universel donc vous n’avez pas besoin d’un transformateur ou une autre alimentation, seulement d’un adaptateur. Il y en a quelques appareils qui n’ont pas besoin d’un transformateur : POD HD Pro 100-240V AC, POD X3 Pro 100-240V AC, Relay G90 90-250V AC. Contactez un des revendeurs officiels de Line 6 si vous avez besoin d’une alimentation différente : www.fr.line6.com/support/dealers/ Et si je n’ai aucune alimentation Line 6? Qu’est-ce que je fais ? Si vous n’avez pas d’accès à une alimentation Line 6. Une alimentation de tires fonctionne aussi, si cette alimentation a les mêmes spécifications. Attention, ces alimentations ne sont pas soutiens de Line 6. J’ai acheté un appareil Line 6 avec alimentation intégrée et maintenant je vais à l’étranger avec cet appareil, est-ce qu’on peut modifier mon appareil ou est ce que j’ai besoin d’un transformateur ? Beaucoup d’appareils Line 6 peuvent être modifiés à un centre de service Line 6 autorisé. Le transformateur des amplis Spider doit être remplacé. Attention, ces modifications ne sont pas des modifications en garantie, donc vous devez payer pour ceux. Attention, vérifiez la tension et fréquence AVANT de brancher les appareils. Ici quelques tensions : États-Unis: 120V AC 60Hz Europe: 230V AC 50Hz Australie: 230V AC 50Hz Japon: 100V AC. Est: 50Hz. Ouest: 60Hz. Quelle est la garantie sur les alimentations Line 6 ? 90 jours pour les alimentations achetés séparément. Quelle est la différence entre les batteries Alkaline et les batteries rechargeables ? Les batteries rechargeables durent environ la moitié du temps des batteries Alkalines. Et parfois, les batteries rechargeables ont un drain de puissance incompatible. Nous recommandons les batteries Alkalines pour les produits Line 6. Welches Netzteil brauche ich für mein Line 6 Gerät? Line 6 Netzteile konnen Sie bei Line 6 Handlern. Wie kann ich mehrere Line 6 Geräte an ein einziges Netzteil anschließen? Das Voodoolab Pedal Power II Plus kann bis zu 6 Tonecore Pedale und 2 Modeling Pedale mit Strom versorgen und das Voodoolab Pedal Power AC kann bis zu 4 Modeling Pedale mit Strom versorgen. Andere Netzteile könnten eventuell keine beständige Voltzahl liefern und sind nicht von Line 6 unterstützt. Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2 Plus Voodoo Lab Pedal Power AC Ich reise ins Ausland, wie kann ich dort meine Line 6 Geräte mit Strom versorgen? Sie können sich einen Adapter kaufen, der den Strom im Ausland in den Ihres Heimatlandes umwandelt. Jeder Elektronikladen sollte diese Adapter verkaufen, ansonsten können Sie auch Ihren Line 6 Händler kontaktieren. Der DC-1G ist universal verwendbar, für dieses Netzteil brauchen Sie also nur Adapteraufsatz und kein neues Netzteil oder Transformator. Manche Geräte laufen auf mehreren Voltzahlen: POD HD Pro 100-240 Volt Wechselstrom. POD X3 Pro 100-240 Volt Wechselstrom. Relay G90 90-250 Volt Wechselstrom. Spannungswandler müssen 1,5 A und 100 Watt minimum liefern können. Was kann ich tun wenn ich kein Line 6 Netzteil zur Verfügung habe? In diesem Fall können Sie auch jedes andere Netzteil verwenden, welches die oben angegebenen Spezifikationen hat. Diese Netzteile werden nicht von Line 6 unterstützt. Ich habe ein Line 6 Gerät mit internem Netzteil. Wenn ich nun aber in eine Region umziehe, in der die Spannung eine andere ist, kann ich mein Line 6 Gerät auch umbauen lassen oder brauche ich einen Transformator? Viele Line 6 Geräte (wie Rack-PODs, Flextone oder Vetta) und Verstärker können von autorisierten Line 6 Service Centern modifiziert werden um der benötigten Spannung zu entsprechen. Spider Verstärker brauchen einen neuen Transformator. Diese Modifikationen sind nicht in der Garantie enthalten, Sie müssen also für sie bezahlen. Gebräuchliche Stromspannungen und Frequenzen: Vereinigte Staaten: 120V, AC, 60Hz. Europa: 230V, AC, 50Hz. Australien: 230V, AC, 50Hz. Japan: 100V, AC, Osten: 50 Hz Westen: 60Hz. Gibt es eine Garantie auf Line 6 Netzteile? Ja, 90 Tage nach Kaufdatum. Diese Garantie zählt für separate Netzteile, die nicht bei Line 6 Geräten mitenthalten waren. Was ist der Unterschied zwischen Alkaline und Nachladbaren Batterien? Nachladbare Batterien halten ca. halb so lange durch wie Alkaline Batterien und können unter Umständen einen unbeständigen Stromfluss aufweisen. Wir empfeheln Alkaline Batterien.
  17. Q: Is the Variax a MIDI guitar? A: No, the Variax is a real guitar, and the guitar does not send MIDI signals. All of the sounds available in the Variax start with the actual string vibrations of the Variax itself. Our proprietary modeling process shapes the raw string signal to replicate the sounds of the modeled instruments. Q: What type of cable can I use with the Variax? A: In order to use the supplied XPS-DI direct box/power supply to deliver power to the Variax, you will need to use the supplied 1/4-inch TRS cable or equivalent. If you use the internal batteries as your power supply, any mono 1/4-inch cable will work. Q: How do I know when it is time to change the batteries? A: When the batteries have lost their charge the indicator light will continuously flash, and the audio may become distorted or intermittent. Q: Can I use rechargeable batteries in my Variax? A: Yes, although rechargeable NiCad batteries will not last as long as alkalines, as they deliver substantially less current. Rechargeable alkaline batteries would be a longer lasting choice. Q: How long will batteries last? A: The average life of a set of 6 alkaline AA batteries should be approximately 12-14 hours. So-called 'Heavy Duty' (carbon) batteries will usually last less time. The 9-volt battery should only be used as an emergency power supply and will last approximately 1-2 hours. To help insure the longest possible battery life, be sure to unplug the 1/4 inch jack when not in use. Q: How is the Variax different from the Roland VG-8 or VG-88? A: The Variax is self-contained; all of the sounds come from inside the guitar itself. The models were specifically developed for the body resonance and transducer of the Variax for the highest possible accuracy of modeling. The VG-8/88 is an external processor that is connected to a guitar via a separate hex pickup. With the VG system, variations in tone may occur due to the guitar the pickup is attached to, and the specific placement of the pickup. The VG-8 includes basic amp modeling and effects in addition to its guitar modeling functions. With the Variax, we concentrate on the guitar characteristics only and can deliver a much higher degree of accuracy and detail. Q: Where is the Variax made? A: The Variax was designed entirely by Line 6, by experienced luthiers, engineers, and industrial designers. The Variax was originally manufactured in Korea but now is manufactured in Indonesia and China and assembled in the U.S. Our Variax guitars are made world-class facilities with the latest computer-controlled manufacturing equipment. The manufacturer prefers to remain nameless because of its relationships with other guitar companies, but they are building the guitars to Line 6's specifications. Q: Can the Variax be run through any manufacturers' effects devices? A: Yes, the Variax will work with any manufacturers' effect devices. Batteries in the Guitar will allow you to connect to Line6 and third party effects processors and wireless systems. Q: Can the Variax be used with a wireless system? My wireless transmitter does not have a TRS plug, will it still work? A: As long as you are powering the Variax with batteries, you can use a wireless like you would on a regular guitar. The TRS cable is only needed when you are using the power supply. Q: Does the Variax work with only Line 6 amps? A: The Variax works with any guitar amp from any manufacturer, but Line 6 amplifiers may have special proprietary connections for the Variax instrument. Q: Will the Ebow work on the Line 6 Variax? A: Yes, it will work fine but remember that it won't get loud over the magentic pickup because it is a piezo pickup. Q: Can I feed two amps from the jack of my Variax guitar using batteries and a y-splitter cable? A: No, the Variax jack is not a "real" stereo jack. The Variax jack does use a TRS plug, but the "sleeve" portion of it is used to transmit power rather than audio. The TRS cable is not required if you are using batteries. Q: Is there a Variax Electric reference sheet available? A: Yes there is, although not an official Line 6 document. Your collegue Line 6 enthusiasts have created several documents that will give you an overview of the models inside your Variax. You can download and print them for your own use. Download it from Vettaville and scroll down the page for the different documents Q: Is it possible to produce feedback through an amp with the Variax? A: Yes. Since the sound from the Variax starts from the strings, blasting a lot of energy into the strings by standing in front of a loud amp will produce feedback. And since the Variax uses a piezo bridge instead of conventional magnetic pickups, you won't get microphonic squeals.
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