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Hi All, As someone who wants his own modern lefty Variax guitar, but finds the 'handmade' Tyler models both too expensive and unattractive, I have sourced a builder who will build me a left handed version of the Variax Standard body & pickguard. I have already sent them a right handed sample for measurements, including the minor modifications to allow the electronics to fit in a mirror image body. This will allow the transfer of all parts and the neck from a donor right-handed Standard. Of course they won't do all of that CNC programming for one body, so I'll be running a half dozen to start with. I'd like to know if anyone else is seriously interested in having the closest they will get to a modern factory lefty Variax? (And of course I know this conversion voids the warranty on a new instrument. I personally picked up a couple of clean used right handed ones as donors to start the project.) So, who's interested? Pricing is not set yet, and will depend on the buyer's desired finish. What would you expect and be willing to pay for one, with all of the factory included accessories, shipped to your door in the body and pickguard color of your choice? Thanks in advance for your input. Scott Route 66 Guitars
I am a long time Rocksmith2014 user. I love that it has "Authentic Tones" as part of the software. It has a tone designer not unlike that of the FX100. In Rocksmith I play with the "Authentic Tone" or a "Custom Tone" with the backing of the original song. However, sometimes Rocksmith will mask your playing with an accompanying guitar so it can be difficult to distinguish what you are really playing from how "good" Rocksmith is making you sound. - Enter the FX100.... I was just given the FX100 as a gift and love that you can download tones for it but, I think it would be extremely cool to be able to convert my Rocksmith tones to AMPLIFI FX100 tones. I am wondering if anyone has done this or even attempted to do this? I know that the Rocksmith tones are available in an XML format I am wondering if the AMPLIFI tones are available in a similar XML format and can be compared with the Rocksmith ones. This would make conversion so much easier. If this is not possible it's going to be a laborious job to copy the tones from one system to the other. - Any input, help or just general interest in seeing this work is greatly appreciated.