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  1. firehawkkwah

    Neck profiles

    I don't have access to any variax in store. The standard feels like a Pacifica, great, easy enough to try out. What do the 59 and 69 most closely resemble? In particular the neck; the body doesn't matter as much to me. I prefer smaller necks and fretboards. My current guitar has nut width of 42mm, with medium jumbo frets and a 9.5 inch radius. Seems like all the variax have flatter profiles? But it's not just the specs, of course, so any specific (hopefully common!) necks I can sit down with to try out before mail ordering would be appreciated!
  2. Ok guys I’m in limbo. I play a lot of P&W. But I’m also a metal head lol. Don’t say it I know, I know. Lol. I love the helix for bass, electric guitar, recording/creating music. In fact I sold my pedalboard gear and HD500x for it, so I definitely love the line 6 floor rigs. So I do have an acoustic but I would love to not have to switch guitars to do so. I know my way around the helix a little but I’m new to the Variax world. Is it possible to accomplish the acoustic sound on a electric guitar without a Variax? Or should I invest in the Variax?
  3. Just bought a Variax Standard. Updated to latest firmware (was 2.21, now 2.23). Workbench HD loaded and working. All behaving as it should so far. The behavior of the battery status lights on the back of the guitar is a little odd, and not as described in the manual. Battery is fully charged. First press of the status button shows 4 lights, as it should. A second press lights up lights 1 to 4 in sequence (1 comes on, then goes off, then 2 does the same, then 3, then 4). A third press flashes light 2, then light 1, then light 1 a second time, then light 2 again. Fourth press goes back to showing the status (4 lights on again). Is this as it should be? What does it mean? It's not random - the sequence is exactly the same every time, so I'm guessing it's some sort of testing or status indication. I'm a bit worried about battery life though - I bought the guitar brand new today, but I know it's older stock and the serial number on the guitar starts Y15, which I guess means it's a 2015 guitar. Shelf life on these types of batteries is typically 3 years or so whether used or not.
  4. If you know are a left hander or you know a left hander, then why not vote for a left handed JTV? http://line6.ideascale.com/a/dtd/Left-handed-JTV/506338-23508 UPDATE: While it is may be possible to rewire a right handed JTV, add a new button for the guitar strap, etc - It would void the warranty, and would leave you with a guitar that isn't exactly ergonomic. Hendrix shined with his upside-down Strat, but alas we aren't all Hendrix! To anyone who is left handed by nature, but has forced themselves to play the "right" way up - Well done. Vote anyway?
  5. Where can one buy replacement necks for a JTV69? I checked with Warmoth and their deal with Line 6 ended long ago; Full Compass doesn't have them. Looking for a lefty maple neck made to fit without my having to question the fit of or take any measurements to have built or what have you. Doesn't have to say Variax on it, just has to be straight 6 lefty maple that I can also put an Earvana on. Anybody know?
  6. Deutsche Version Version française James Tyler Variax Guitar Specs (Korean) JTV-59 - Mahogany body with carved maple top with flame maple veneer - Set mahogany neck with rosewood fingerboard (post-2017 guitars use ebony fret boards) - 24-9/16" scale length - 12" radius neck profile - Tyler '59 neck shape - 22 medium-jumbo frets and dot inlays - 1-11/16" Graph Tech Black TUSQ XL self-lubricating nut - Sealed tuners (16:1 turn ratio) - Chrome hardware - Fully adjustable Tyler-designed stoptail bridge - L. R. Baggs Radiance Hex piezo pickup system - Vintage-voiced alnico neck and bridge humbuckers wound to Tyler's specs - Master volume and tone knobs - Model and Alt Tune knobs - 3-way selector switch - VDI (Variax® Digital Interface) for integration with Line 6 POD HD500 and POD HD Pro, and limited compatibility with POD® xt, POD® X3, Vetta II amplifier and other legacy Line 6 products - Li-Ion battery (12 hours of play time), and international wall charger - Variax Workbench software and USB interface - Includes quality padded gig bag - Additional battery, charger and cable kit available separately JTV-69 - Alder body - Bolt-on solid maple neck with rosewood fingerboard (post-2017 guitars use ebony fret boards) - 25-1/2" scale length - 12" radius neck profile - Tyler '69 neck shape - 22 medium-jumbo frets and dot inlays - 1-5/8" Graph Tech Black TUSQ XL self-lubricating nut - Sealed locking/staggered tuners (16:1 turn ratio) - Chrome hardware - Fully adjustable Tyler-designed tremolo bridge - L. R. Baggs Radiance Hex piezo pickup system - Alnico bridge humbucker and vintage-style neck and middle single-coil pickups wound to Tyler's specs - Master volume and tone knobs - Model knob and Alt Tune roller knob - 5-way selector switch - VDI (Variax® Digital Interface) for integration with Line 6 POD HD500 and POD HD Pro, and limited compatibility with POD® xt, POD® X3, Vetta II amplifier and other legacy Line 6 products - Li-Ion battery (12 hours of play time), and international wall charger - Variax Workbench software and USB interface - Includes quality padded gig bag - Additional battery, charger and cable kit available separately JTV-89 - Mahogany body - 3-piece maple neck with rosewood fingerboard (Tyler Fast n' Flat neck shape) (post-2017 guitars use ebony fret boards) - 25-1/2" scale length - 16" radius neck profile - Tyler Fast n”™ Flat neck shape - 24 jumbo frets and dot inlays - 1-11/16" Graph Tech Black TUSQ XL self-lubricating nut - Sealed tuners (16:1 turn ratio) - Black and black nickel hardware - Fully adjustable Tyler Custom stoptail bridge - L. R. Baggs Radiance Hex piezo pickup system - Two high-output, PAF-style alnico humbucking pickups wound to Tyler's specs - Master volume and tone knobs - Model and Alt Tune knobs - 5-way selector switch - VDI (Variax® Digital Interface) for integration with Line 6 POD HD500 and POD HD Pro, and limited compatibility with POD® xt, POD® X3, Vetta II amplifier and other legacy Line 6 products - Li-Ion battery (12 hours of play time), and international wall charger - Variax Workbench software and USB interface - Includes quality padded gig bag - Additional battery, charger and cable kit available separately JTV-89F - Mahogany body - 3-piece maple neck with rosewood fingerboard (Tyler Fast n' Flat neck shape) (post-2017 guitars use ebony fret boards) - 25-1/2" scale length - 16" radius neck profile - Tyler Fast n”™ Flat neck shape - 24 jumbo frets and dot inlays - Locking Floyd Rose® nut and string tree - Sealed tuners (16:1 turn ratio) - Black and black nickel hardware - Floyd Rose® Licensed double-locking tremolo system* by Graph Tech - L. R. Baggs Radiance Hex piezo pickup system - Two high-output, PAF-style alnico humbucking pickups wound to Tyler's specs - Master volume and tone knobs - Model and Alt Tune knobs - 5-way selector switch - VDI (Variax® Digital Interface) for integration with Line 6 POD HD500 and POD HD Pro, and limited compatibility with POD® xt, POD® X3, Vetta II amplifier and other legacy Line 6 products - Li-Ion battery (12 hours of play time), and international wall charger - Variax Workbench software and USB interface - Includes quality padded gig bag - Additional battery, charger and cable kit available separately VARIAX STANDARD - Alder body - Bolt-on solid maple neck with rosewood fingerboard and pearl dot inlays (post-2017 guitars use ebony fret boards) - 25-1/2” scale length - 13 3/4" fret board radius - 22 medium frets - 1-5/8" Graph Tech Black TUSQ XL self-lubricating nut - Sealed tuners (16:1 turn ratio) - Chrome hardware - Fully adjustable tremolo bridge - SSS pickup configuration features vintage-style single-coil pickups loaded with alnico V magnets - L. R. Baggs Radiance Hex piezo pickup system - Master Volume and Tone knobs - 5-way selector switch - Model knob and Alt Tune roller knob for easily accessing instrument sounds and alternate tunings - 1/4” out VDI (Variax® Digital Interface) - Lithium-ion battery (Up to 12 hours of play time) and international wall charger (also functions as standard electric guitar without batteries) - Variax Workbench HD software and USB interface - Additional battery, charger and cable kit available separately - Tobacco Sunburst, Midnight Black, and Vintage White finishes available VARIAX SHURIKEN - Alder tone wood body, w/ "Shuriken"-style double cutaway shape - Bolt-on Maple neck, Rosewood fingerboard (post-2017 guitars use ebony fret boards) - 27" scale length - 12" radius neck profile - "Shuriken" "C" shape neck - 24 medium jumbo frets - Graphtech low friction, 1.65" width nut - Fully sealed locking tuners - Black hardware - Custom fixed bridge, string through body design - Custom mid-gain humbucker magnetic pick-up - L. R. Baggs Radiance Hex piezo pickup system - Master Volume and Tone knobs - 5-way selector switch - Model knob and Alt Tune roller knob for easily accessing instrument sounds and alternate tunings - 1/4” out VDI (Variax® Digital Interface) - Lithium-ion battery (Up to 12 hours of play time) and international wall charger (also functions as standard electric guitar without batteries) - Variax Workbench HD software and USB interface - Additional battery, charger and cable kit available separately James Tyler Variax Guitar Specs (USA) JTV-59US Hand-selected mahogany body and carved figured maple top Set mahogany neck with rosewood fingerboard and dot inlays (post-2017 guitars use ebony fret boards) 24-9/16" scale length Tyler '59 neck shape 12" radius neck profile 22 medium-jumbo German-wire frets 1-11/16" Graph Tech Black TUSQ XL self-lubricating nut Hipshot Classic tuners (18:1 turn ratio) Chrome hardware Fully adjustable Tyler-designed stoptail bridge L. R. Baggs Radiance Hex piezo pickup system Vintage-voiced alnico neck and bridge humbuckers wound to James Tyler's specs Master volume and tone knobs Model and Alt Tune knobs 3-way selector switch Made in U.S.A. Assembled by 30+ year veteran luthier Tim Wilson High-quality local set-up and inspection VDI (Variax® Digital Interface) for integration with Line 6 POD HD500 and POD HD Pro, and limited compatibility with POD® xt, POD® X3, Vetta II amplifier and other legacy Line 6 products Two Li-Ion batteries (for up to 24 hours of play time), and international wall charger Variax Workbench software and USB interface Includes high-quality, plush-lined G&G hardshell case Spare battery Charger and cable kit available separately JTV-69US Hand-selected ash or alder body Solid quarter-sawn maple neck with maple or rosewood fingerboard (post-2017 guitars use ebony fret boards, replacing rosewood) Dot inlays 25-1/2" scale length Tyler “™59 neck shape Compound 10-12" radius neck profile 22 medium-jumbo German-wire frets 1-5/8" Graph Tech Black TUSQ XL self-lubricating nut Hipshot Grip-Lock locking staggered tuners (18:1 turn ratio) Chrome hardware Fully adjustable Tyler-designed tremolo bridge L. R. Baggs Radiance Hex piezo pickup system Alnico bridge humbucker and vintage-style neck and middle single-coil pickups wound to James Tyler's specs Master volume and tone knobs Model knob and Alt Tune roller knob 5-way selector switch Made in U.S.A. Assembled by 30+ year veteran luthier Tim Wilson High-quality local set-up and inspection VDI (Variax® Digital Interface) for integration with Line 6 POD HD500 and POD HD Pro, and limited compatibility with POD® xt, POD® X3, Vetta II amplifier and other legacy Line 6 products Two Li-Ion batteries (for up to 24 hours of play time), and international wall charger Variax Workbench software and USB interface Includes high-quality, plush-lined G&G hardshell case Spare battery Charger and cable kit available separately JTV-89US Mahogany body 3-piece maple neck with rosewood fingerboard (post-2017 guitars use ebony fret boards) 25-1/2" scale length Tyler Fast n’ Flat neck shape 16" radius neck profile 24 jumbo frets and dot inlays 1-11/16" Graph Tech Black TUSQ XL self-lubricating nut Sealed tuners (16:1 turn ratio) Black and black nickel hardware Fully adjustable Tyler Custom stoptail bridge L. R. Baggs Radiance Hex piezo pickup system Two high-output, PAF-style alnico humbucking pickups wound to Tyler's specs Master volume and tone knobs Model and Alt Tune knobs 5-way selector switch VDI (Variax® Digital Interface) for integration with Line 6 POD HD500 and POD HD Pro, and limited compatibility with POD® xt, POD® X3, Vetta II amplifier and other legacy Line 6 products Li-Ion battery (12 hours of play time), and international wall charger Variax Workbench software and USB interface Includes high-quality, plush-lined G&G hardshell case Spare battery Charger and cable kit available separately Battery Q: What kind of battery is used in the James Tyler Variax and what is the battery life? A: JTV guitars use a lithium-ion battery similar to that of a camcorder. A fully charged battery can deliver at least 12 hours of continuous performance. There is a four light battery life indicator on the battery compartment on the back of the JTV guitars that can be viewed by pressing the round flush black button next to the lights. 4 LEDs = 9+ hours 3 LEDs = 6+ hours 2 LEDs = 3+ hours 1 LED = less than 3 hours 1 LED blinking = less than 1 hour, recharge battery Note: Using a non-Line 6 JTV battery will void your warranty and may damage your JTV. Q: How can I power my JTV without a battery? A: There are 2 ways to supply power to the Variax without a battery. When connected to VDI Digital Input equipped hardware, such as a POD X3 Live, power is supplied via this connection. Or, use the optional XPS-DI direct box/power supply and TRS cable. With this box you can power the Variax and it also works as an A/B box to send your signal out of a DI to go direct to a board or acoustic amplifier with certain models. When powering the JTV guitar with either TRS or VDI connection, it is suggested to remove the battery from the guitar. Q: How long does it take to fully charge a dead battery for the JTV guitars? A: It takes about 12 hours to fully charge a dead JTV battery, but leaving it to charge overnight is a good time to do this. You can get a 4-6 hour play time by charging the JTV battery for 30-45 minutes. Q: What does the indicator light mean on the JTV battery charger? A: A solid RED light on the charger indicates that the battery is charging. A blinking RED light means that either the batter is fully charged, or the battery was inserted improperly into the charger and needs to be re-seated properly. If you know the battery needs charging and you get a blinking RED light when it is put into the charger, please re-seat the battery in the charger. Tuning Gears JTV-59US and JTV-89US guitars will have Hipshot Classic Guitar Tuning Machines. They are sleek, precision-built tuners with an ultra-smooth 18:1 gear ratio. The JTV-69US guitars feature the Hipshot Grip-Lock Locking Guitar Tuning Machines that are staggered in height for maximum tuning stability. For the Korean James Tyler Variax guitars, we went with 16:1 sealed tuners on all three models. They are die-cast, modern-built, solid tuners. They are sealed permanently and lubricated to work smoothly for years to come without slipping or binding. As with the JTV-69US, we went with locking and staggered versions of these 16:1 sealed tuners. As with the staggered locking tuners, the locking pole pieces within each tuner are staggered as well to match the size the tuner. They are measured 23.4mm (x2 forlow E/A strings), 21.9mm (x2 for D/G strings), and 20.4mm (x2 for B/high E strings). New HD Acoustic Models Q: When were the new HD acoustic models added to the JTV guitars? A: The new HD acoustic models were added in firmware 1.81 and are included in all newer firmware versions of the JTV guitars after that. Q: What does the Tone knob do on the newer HD acoustic models on the JTV guitars? A: The Tone knob on the new HD acoustic models is used to adjust the amount of body resonance for the model, but it was also specially programmed to have the top 10% of the Tone knob completely remove this resonance (at the 90-100% position) for those that prefer to remove that sound from the new acoustic models to closely resemble the flat nature of the older acoustic models from previous Variax guitars. Alternate Tuning Knob Q: How does the Alternate Tuning Knob on the JTV guitars work? A: The Alternate Tuning Knob on the JTV guitars can be used to any of the preset tunings that are saved to the knob. This knob has 12 settings including two labeled 'Model' and 'Standard' Set to 'Model,' the Alternate Tuning Knob lets you access the alternate tunings you created using the Variax Workbench software. These tunings are stored on your Variax's Model knob. Set to 'Standard,' the Alternate Tuning knob overrides saved tunings to set every model to standard EADGBE tuning. The Alt Tune knob's remaining 10 settings are hand-picked for each stle of James Tyler Variax guitar. Q: How do I reset the tunings? A: The on-board factory tuning reset feature was removed starting with HD firmware (2.x and higher). That procedure was to plug in while holding down the model knob. To reset the tunings in firmware 2.0+, they have to be loaded from the Workbench HD program. Alt tunings for JTV-59 and JTV-69: MODEL STANDARD: E A D G B E DROP D: D A D G B E 1/2 DOWN: Eb Ab Db Gb Bb Eb DROP Db: Db Ab Db Gb Bb Eb 1 DOWN: D G C F A D DADGAD: D A D G A D OPEN D: D A D F# A D BLUES G: D G D G B D RESO G: G B D G B D OPEN A: E A C# E A E BARITONE: B E A D F# B Alt tunings for JTV-89/89F: MODEL STANDARD: E A D G B E DROP D: D A D G B E 1/2 DOWN: Eb Ab Db Gb Bb Eb DROP Db: Db Ab Db Gb Bb Eb 1 DOWN: D G C F A D DROP C: C G C F A D m3 DOWN: Db Gb B E Ab Db DROP B: B Gb B E Ab Db M3 DOWN: C F Bb Eb G C DROP Bb: Bb F Bb Eb G C BARITONE: B E A D F# B Workbench Interface Q: How do I get the Variax Workbench interface to recognize the James Tyler Variax guitar? A: First, ensure that you have downloaded and installed the latest drivers for the Workbench interface from the Line 6 Downloads page. Then, ensure that the battery of the James Tyler Variax is charged and inserted into the guitar. Connect the Variax Workbench interface to the computer via USB, and also connect the James Tyler Variax guitar to the Workbench interface via the included VDI/Network cable. Lastly, connect a 1/4" cable into the guitar's output jack to power on the guitar (as the Workbench interface DOES NOT provide power to the guitar, this 'dummy' plug is necessary for the interface to recognize the JTV). The other end of the 1/4" cable does not need to be plugged into anything. You should see 2 green lights on the Workbench interface when everything is connected and being recognized properly. Factory Reset and Updating the Flash Memory Q: Why doesn't the Factory Reset procedure described in the manual work? A: The reset procedure described in the JTV manual was removed from the JTV guitars to make room in the memory for the Variax HD Acoustic models that were added in flash memory update v1.80. All JTV guitars with flash memory v1.80 and newer no longer have this factory reset procedure available. To perform a factory reset, re-install, rollback, or update the flash memory on the James Tyler Variax guitars, please use the following link: Variax Reflash and Software update F.A.Q. Q: If I tune physical strings on the guitar down or up on the JTV can I use the virtual capo? A: It is not recommended as it could cause audible anomalies. The guitars were designed to re-tune from E Standard tuning. Using the Virtual Capo to tune the guitar from any other tuning is unsupported. James Tyler Variax: Spezifikationen (koreanische Version) JTV-59 Mahagoni Korpus mit gewölbter Ahorndecke und Flammenahorn Furnier. Mahagonihals mit Palisandergriffbrett. 24 9/16”œ Mensur. 12”œ Radius Hals. Tyler Halsform von 1959. 22 Medium-Jumbo Bünde und Punkteinlagen. 1 11/16”œ Graph Tech Black TUSQ XL selbstschmierender Sattel. Geschlossene Zwirbel. (16:1 Verhältnis) Chrom Hardware. Vollständig einstellbarer, von Tyler entworfener Stoptail Steg. L. R. Baggs Radiance Hex Piezo Tonabnehmer. Vintage Alnico Humbucker für Steg und Hals gewickelt nach Tylers Spezifikationen. Master Volume und Tone Knöpfe. Model und Alt Tune Knöpfe. 3-Weg Schalter. VDI (Variax Digital Interface) zur Integration mit Line 6 POD HD500 und POD HD Pro sowie zusätzlicher, limitierter Kompatibilität mit POD xt, POD X3, Vetta II Verstärkern und anderen älteren Line 6 Geräten. Li-Ion Batterie (bis zu 12 Stunden Spielzeit) mit internationalem Ladegerät. Variax Workbench Software sowie USB Schnittstelle. Hochwertiger, gepolsterter Gigbag. Zusätliche Batterien, Ladegeräte und Kabel sind separat erhätlich. JTV-69 Erlen Korpus. Angeschraubter Ahornhals mit Palisander-Griffbrett. 25 1/2”œ Mensur. 12”œ Radius Hals. Tyler Halsform von 1959. 22 Medium-Jumbo Bünde und Punkteinlagen. 1 5/8”œ Graph Tech Black TUSQ XL selbstschmierender Sattel. Geschlossene, verriegelbare und versetzte Zwirbel. Chrom Hardware. Voll einstellbarer, von Tyler entworfener Tremolo Steg. L. R. Baggs Radiance Hex Piezo Tonabnehmersystem. Alnico Steg-Humbucker, Vintage Hals und Mittel SingleCoil Pickup gewickelt nach Tylers Spezifikationen. Master Volume und Tone Knöpfe. Model und Alt Tune Knöpfe. 5-Weg Schalter. VDI (Variax Digital Interface) zur Integration mit Line 6 POD HD500 und POD HD Pro sowie zusätzlicher, limitierter Kompatibilität mit POD xt, POD X3, Vetta II Verstärkern und anderen älteren Line 6 Geräten. Li-Ion Batterie (bis zu 12 Stunden Spielzeit) mit internationalem Ladegerät. Variax Workbench Software sowie USB Schnittstelle. Hochwertiger, gepolsterter Gigbag. Zusätliche Batterien, Ladegeräte und Kabel sind separat erhätlich. JTV-89 Mahagoni Korpus. 3-teiliger Ahornhals mit Palisander Griffbrett. (Tyler Fast n Flat Halsform) 25 1/2”œ Mensur. 16”œ Radius Hals. Tyler Fast n Flat Halsform. 24 Jumbo Bünde und Punkteinlagen. 1 11/16”œ Graph Tech Black TUSQ XL selbstschmierender Sattel. Geschlossene Zwirbel. (16:1 Verhältnis) Schwarze Nickel Hardware. Vollständig einstellbarer, von Tyler entworfener Stoptail Steg. L. R. Baggs Radiance Hex Piezo Tonabnehmersystem. Zwei PAF-Style Alnico Humbucker gewickelt nach Tylers Spezifikationen. Master Volume und Tone Knöpfe. Model und Alt Tune Knöpfe. 5-Weg Schalter. VDI (Variax Digital Interface) zur Integration mit Line 6 POD HD500 und POD HD Pro sowie zusätzlicher, limitierter Kompatibilität mit POD xt, POD X3, Vetta II Verstärkern und anderen älteren Line 6 Geräten. Li-Ion Batterie (bis zu 12 Stunden Spielzeit) mit internationalem Ladegerät. Variax Workbench Software sowie USB Schnittstelle. Hochwertiger, gepolsterter Gigbag. Zusätliche Batterien, Ladegeräte und Kabel sind separat erhätlich. JTV-89F Mahagoni Korpus. 3-teiliger Ahornhals mit Palisander Griffbrett. (Tyler Fast n Flat Halsform) 25 1/2”œ Mensur. 16”œ Radius Hals. Tyler Fast n Flat Halsform. 24 Jumbo Bünde und Punkteinlagen. Schließende Floyd Rose Sattel und Saitenniederhalter. Geschlossene Zwirbel. (16:1 Verhältnis) Schwarze Nickel Hardware. Zwei PAF-Style Alnico Humbucker gewickelt nach Tylers Spezifikationen. Master Volume und Tone Knöpfe. Model und Alt Tune Knöpfe. 5-Weg Schalter. VDI (Variax Digital Interface) zur Integration mit Line 6 POD HD500 und POD HD Pro sowie zusätzlicher, limitierter Kompatibilität mit POD xt, POD X3, Vetta II Verstärkern und anderen älteren Line 6 Geräten. Li-Ion Batterie (bis zu 12 Stunden Spielzeit) mit internationalem Ladegerät. Variax Workbench Software sowie USB Schnittstelle. Hochwertiger, gepolsterter Gigbag. Zusätliche Batterien, Ladegeräte und Kabel sind separat erhätlich. James Tyler Variax Gitarrenspezifikationen (USA Versionen) JTV-59US: Handverlesener Mahagonikorpus sowie geschnitzten, geflammte Ahorndecke. Mahagoni Hals mit Palisander Griffbrett und Punkteinlagen. 25 9/16”œ Mensur. Tyler Halsform von 1959. 12”œ Radius Hals. 22 Medium-Jumbo Bünde und Punkteinlagen. 1 11/16”œ Graph Tech Black TUSQ XL selbstschmierender Sattel. Hipshot Classic Zwirbel. (16:1 Verhältnis) Chrom Hardware. Vollständig einstellbarer, von Tyler entworfener Stoptail Steg. L. R. Baggs Radiance Hex Piezo Tonabnehmersystem. Vintage Alnico Humbucker für Steg und Hals gewickelt nach Tylers Spezifikationen. Master Volume und Tone Knöpfe. Model und Alt Tune Knöpfe. 3-Weg Schalter. Made in the U.S.A. Zusammengebaut von Tim Wilson, ein Gitarrenbauveteran mit über 30 Jahren Erfahrung. Qualitätsinspektion jeder einzelnen Gitarre. VDI (Variax Digital Interface) zur Integration mit Line 6 POD HD500 und POD HD Pro sowie zusätzlicher, limitierter Kompatibilität mit POD xt, POD X3, Vetta II Verstärkern und anderen älteren Line 6 Geräten. Zwei Li-Ion Batterien (bis zu 24 Stunden Spielzeit) mit internationalem Ladegerät. Variax Workbench Software sowie USB Schnittstelle. Hochwertiger, samtgefütterter G & G Hartschalenkoffer. Zusätliche Batterien, Ladegeräte und Kabel sind separat erhätlich. JTV-69US: Handverlesener Esche oder Erle Korpus. Ahornhals mit Ahorn oder Palisander Griffbrett. Punkteinlagen. 25 1/2”œ Mensur. Tyler Halsform von 1959. 10-12”œ Halsradius. 22 Medium-Jumbo Bünde, die in Deutschland hergestellt sind. 1 5/8”œ Graph Tech Black TUSQ XL selbstschmierender Sattel. Hipshot Grip-Lock verschließende versetzte Zwirbel. (18:1 Verhältis) Chrom Hardware. Vollständig einstellbarer, von Tyler entworfener Tremolo Steg. L. R. Baggs Radiance Hex Piezo Tonabnehmersystem. Alnico Steg Humbucker und Vintage Hals sowie Mittel SingleCoil Pickups gewickelt nach Tylers Spezifikationen. Master Volume und Tone Knöpfe. Model und Alt Tune Knöpfe. 5-Weg Schalter. Made in the U.S.A. Zusammengebaut von Tim Wilson, ein Gitarrenbauveteran mit über 30 Jahren Erfahrung. Qualitätsinspektion jeder einzelnen Gitarre. VDI (Variax Digital Interface) zur Integration mit Line 6 POD HD500 und POD HD Pro sowie zusätzlicher, limitierter Kompatibilität mit POD xt, POD X3, Vetta II Verstärkern und anderen älteren Line 6 Geräten. Zwei Li-Ion Batterien (bis zu 24 Stunden Spielzeit) mit internationalem Ladegerät. Variax Workbench Software sowie USB Schnittstelle. Hochwertiger, samtgefütterter G & G Hartschalenkoffer. Zusätliche Batterien, Ladegeräte und Kabel sind separat erhätlich. JTV-89US: Mahagoni Korpus. 3-teiliger Ahornhals mit Palisander Griffbrett. 25 ½”œ Mensur. Tyler Fast n Flat Halsform. 16”œ Halsradius. 24 Jumbo Bünde mit Punkteinlagen. 1 11/16”œ Graph Tech Black TUSQ XL selbstschmierender Sattel. Geschlossene Zwirbel. (16:1 Verhältnis) Schwarze Nickel Hardware. Vollständig einstellbarer, von Tyler entworfener Stoptail Steg. L. R. Baggs Radiance Hex Piezo Tonabnehmersystem. Zwei PAF-Style Alnico Humbucker gewickelt nach Tylers Spezifikationen. Master Volume und Tone Knöpfe. Model und Alt Tune Knöpfe. 5-Weg Schalter. Made in the U.S.A. Zusammengebaut von Tim Wilson, ein Gitarrenbauveteran mit über 30 Jahren Erfahrung. Qualitätsinspektion jeder einzelnen Gitarre. VDI (Variax Digital Interface) zur Integration mit Line 6 POD HD500 und POD HD Pro sowie zusätzlicher, limitierter Kompatibilität mit POD xt, POD X3, Vetta II Verstärkern und anderen älteren Line 6 Geräten. Zwei Li-Ion Batterien (bis zu 24 Stunden Spielzeit) mit internationalem Ladegerät. Variax Workbench Software sowie USB Schnittstelle. Hochwertiger, samtgefütterter G & G Hartschalenkoffer. Zusätliche Batterien, Ladegeräte und Kabel sind separat erhätlich. Batterie: Welche Art Batterie verwendet Line 6 in den JTV Gitarren und wie lange halten diese? In den JTV Gitarren verwenden wir Lithium-Ion Batterien. Eine voll aufgeladene Batterie liefert ca. 12 Stunden Leistung. Auf der Rückseite der JTV befinden sich 4 LEDs. Diese geben den Batteriestand an. Drücken Sie den schwarzen Knopf neben den LEDs um den Batteriestand angezeigt zu bekommen. 4 LEDs: 9+ Stunden Laufzeit übrig. 3 LEDs: 6+ Stunden Laufzeit übrig. 2 LEDs: 3+ Stunden Kaufzeit übrig. 1 LED: Weniger als 3 Stunden übrig. 1 blinkendes LED: Weniger als 1 Stunde übrig, laden Sie die Batterie bitte auf. Achtung, es gibt zwei Wege die Variax mit Strom zu versorgen ohne eine Batterie zu verwenden. Wenn die Gitarre an ein VDI Input gerät angeschlossen ist, wie z.B. ein POD X3 Live, wird Strom über diese Verbindung geleitet. Oder Sie verwenden eine XPS-DI Box Netzteil mit TRS Kabel. Mit dieser Box können Sie die Variax mit Strom versorgen und gleichzeitig dient sie als A/B um Ihr Signal direkt aus einem DI in ein Board oder akustischen Verstärker mit verschiedenen Modellen. Wenn Sie die Gitarre auf einen dieser Wege mit Strom versorgen, dann sollten Sie immer die Batterie erst entfernen. Wie lange dauert es um eine platte Batterie einer JTV komplett aufzuladen ? Es dauert 12 Stunden um die Batterie vollständig aufzuladen. Sie können aber schon nach 30 bis 45 Minuten für 4-6 Stunden spielen. Was bedeutet die Lampe auf dem Ladegerät? Wenn das Licht durchgehend ROT leuchtet, dann heißt das, dass die Batterie nachlädt. Ein blinkendes rotes Licht heißt, dass die Batterie entweder voll geladen ist oder, dass die Batterie falsch eingesetzt worden ist. Wenn Sie aber wissen, dass die Batterie nicht voll geladen ist und das Licht blinkt, dann sollten Sie die Batterie neu ins Ladegerät einsetzen. Zwirbel: Die JTV-59US sowie JTV-89US haben Hipshot Classic Zwirbel. Diese Zwirbel sind geschmeidig und gleichzeitg präzise. 18:1 Verhältnis. Die JTV-69US Gitarren haben Hipshot Grip-Lock Zwirbel. Die Grip-Lock sind höhenverschoben für maximale Tuningstabilität. Die koreanischen Modelle haben verschlossene Zwirbel mit 16:1 Verhältnis. Moderne und solide Druckguss Zwirbel. Sie sind permanent versiegelt und eingeölt damit sie jahrelang funktionstüchtig bleiben ohne Rutschen oder Verklebung. Verschiebungen der Stäbchen in den Zwirbeln: 23.4mm für tiefe E/A Saiten. 21.9mm für D/G Saiten und 20.4mm für B/hohe E Saiten. Neue HD Acoustic Modelle: Wann wurden die neuen HD Acoustic Modelle zu den JTV Gitarren hinzugefügt? Die neuen Modelle wurden mit Firmware Patch 1.81 eingeführt und sind in jedem neueren Firmware Update enthalten. Was kann ich mit dem Tone Knopf auf neueren JTV HD Acoustic machen? Der Tone Knopf auf den neueren HD Modellen passt die Menge der Resonanz für das jeweilige Modell an, zusätzlich ist es speziell programmiert, sodass die oberen 10% des Tone Knopfes die Resonanz vollständig entfernen (zwischen 90 und 100%) für die, die liber einen flachen Sound haben. Wie bei den alten Varaix Acoustic Modellen. Alternate Tuning Knopf: Wir funktioniert der Alternate Tuning Knopf? Der Alternate Tuning Knopf auf der JTV kann mit allen anderen Presets verwendet werden wie auf dem Knopf abgespeichert sind. Der Knopf hat 12 Einstellungen, dazu gehören “žModel”œ und “žStandard”œ. Stellen Sie den Alternet Tuning Knopf auf “žModel”œ bekommen Sie Zugriff auf Ihre Stimmungen, die Sie selbst mit der Variax Workbench Software erstellt haben. Diese sind nämlich im Variax Model Knopf abgespeichert. Stellen Sie den Knopf aber auf “žStandard”œ, wird die Gitarrenstimmung jedes Models temporär auf EADGBE Standart gestellt. Die restlichen 10 Alternate Tuning Einstellungen sind handverlesene Tyler Variax Gitarrenstimmungen. Alternate Tuning Stimmungen für die JTV-59 und JTV-69: MODEL STANDARD: E A D G H E DROP D: D A D G H E 1/2 DOWN: Eb Ab Db Gb Hb Eb DROP Db: Db Ab Db Gb Hb Eb 1 DOWN: D G C F A D DADGAD: D A D G A D OPEN D: D A D F# A D BLUES G: D G D G H D RESO G: G H D G H D OPEN A: E A C# E A E BARITONE: H E A D F# H Alternate Tuning Stimmungen für die JTV-59 und JTV-69: MODEL STANDARD: E A D G H E DROP D: D A D G H E 1/2 DOWN: Eb Ab Db Gb Hb Eb DROP Db: Db Ab Db Gb Hb Eb 1 DOWN: D G C F A D DROP C: C G C F A D m3 DOWN: Db Gb H E Ab Db DROP B: H Gb B E Ab Db M3 DOWN: C F Hb Eb G C DROP Bb: Hb F Hb Eb G C BARITONE: H E A D F# H Workbench Schnittstelle: Wann erkennt die Variax Workbench Schnittstelle meine Gitarre? Erst müssen Sie die Workbench Software herunterladen und installieren, diese können Sie hier finden. Stellen Sie dann sicher, dass die Batterie in der Gitarre geladen und korrekt eingestetzt ist. Verbinden Sie dann die Schnittstelle via USB mit Ihrem Computer und die Gitarre mit der Schnittstelle anhand des VDI/Netzwerk Kabels, welches enthalten ist. Stecken Sie dann zuletzt ein ¼”œ Kabel in den Ausgang der Gitarre um diese anzuschalten. (Die Workbench Schnittstelle startet die Gitarre NICHT!, stattdessen können Sie einfach ein ¼”œ Kabel anschließen als Dummy sozusagen.) Das andere Ende des ¼”œ muss nicht in ein anderes Gerät eingesteckt sein. 2 Grüne Lichter sollten nun leuchten auf der Workbench Schnittstelle sobald es angeschlossen und erkannt worden ist. Zurücksetzen auf die Werkseinstellungen und die Aktualisierung des Flash Memory: Weshalb funktioniert das Zurücksetzen nicht so wie im Benutzerhandbuch beschrieben? Die Prozedur zum Zurücksetzen auf Werkseinstellungen, die im Handbuch beschrieben ist wurde von der Gitarre mit Update 1.80 entfernt um Platz zu schaffen für die Variax HD Acoustic Modelle. Alle JTV Gitarren mit Flash Memory V1.80 oder neuer können auf diese Art und Weise nicht mehr zurückgesetzt werden. Um die Geräte zurückzusetzen oder zu aktualisieren folgen Sie diesem Link: Variax Reflash and Software update F.A.Q. Wenn ich die Gitarrensaiten manuell nach oben oder unten stimme, kann ich dann immernoch den virtuellen JTV Kapo (Variax virtual capo) verwenden? Wir empfehlen dies nicht, da die Gitarren für eine E Standart Stimmung entworfen sind. Das Verwenden des Virtuellen Kapo auf eine umgestimmte Gitarre ist also nicht unterstützt. JTV-59 Spécifications de la guitare James Tyler Variax (version coréenne) Corps en acajou avec érable sculpté et vernis en érable flammé. Manche en acajou avec une touche palissandre. 24 9/16" longueur d”™Ã©chelle. 30,5cm (12”™”™) rayon de la manche. Forme manche Tyler de 1959. 22 frets medium-jumbo avec inserts. 1 11/16”™”™ sillet imprégné de lubrifiant Graph Tech Black TUSQ XL. Mécaniques scellés (16 : 1) Accastillage chrome. Chevalet stoptail complètement ajustable Tyler. Système de micro piezo L.R. Baggs Radiance Hex. Des humbuckers alnico pour la manche et chevalet vintage. Master Volume et boutons de ton. Boutons Model et Alt Tune. Sélecteur à 3 voies. Variax Digital Interface pour l”™intégration avec les systèmes Line 6 POD HD500, POD HD Pro et une compatibilité limitée avec les amplis POD xt, POX X3, Vetta II et autres produits Line 6 de l”™héritage. Batterie Li-Ion (12 heures de jouer) et un chargeur international. Logiciel Variax Workbench et interface USB. Housse matelassée. Batteries, chargeurs et câbles sont disponibles séparément. JTV-69 Corps en aulne. Manche vissé en érable avec une touche palissandre. 25 ½”™”™ longueur d”™Ã©chelle. 30,5cm (12”™”™) rayon de la manche. Forme manche Tyler de 1959. 22 frets medium-jumbo avec inserts. 1 5/8”™”™ sillet imprégné de lubrifiant Graph Tech Black TUSQ XL. Mécaniques scellés (16 : 1) Matériel chrome. Tremolo entièrement réglable Tyler. Système de micro piezo L.R. Baggs Radiance Hex. Des humbuckers alnico pour la manche, chevalet vintage et micro à simple bobinage en milieu). Master Volume et boutons de ton. Boutons Model et Alt Tune. Sélecteur à 5 voies. Variax Digital Interface pour l”™intégration avec les systèmes Line 6 POD HD500, POD HD Pro et une compatibilité limitée avec les amplis POD xt, POX X3, Vetta II et autres produits Line 6 de l”™héritage. Batterie Li-Ion (12 heures de jouer) et un chargeur international. Logiciel Variax Workbench et interface USB. Housse matelassée. Batteries, chargeurs et câbles sont disponibles séparément. JTV-89 Corps en acajou. 25 ½”™”™ longueur d”™Ã©chelle. 40,6cm (16”™”™) rayon de la manche. Manche Tyler « Fast n”™ Flat ». 24 frets jumbo avec inserts. 1 11/16”™”™ sillet imprégné de lubrifiant Graph Tech Black TUSQ XL. Mécaniques scellés (16 : 1). Matériel noire nickel. Chevalet stoptail complètement ajustable Tyler. Système de micro piezo L.R. Baggs Radiance Hex. Deux humbuckers alnico PAF à haut rendement. Master Volume et boutons de ton. Boutons Model et Alt Tune. Sélecteur à 5 voies. Variax Digital Interface pour l”™intégration avec les systèmes Line 6 POD HD500, POD HD Pro et une compatibilité limitée avec les amplis POD xt, POX X3, Vetta II et autres produits Line 6 de l”™héritage. Batterie Li-Ion (12 heures de jouer) et un chargeur international. Logiciel Variax Workbench et interface USB. Housse matelassée. Batteries, chargeurs et câbles sont disponibles séparément. JTV-89F Corps en acajou. 25 ½”™”™ longueur d”™Ã©chelle. 40,6cm (16”™”™) rayon de la manche. Manche Tyler « Fast n”™ Flat ». 24 frets jumbo avec inserts. Sillet et Guide cordes Floyd-Rose. Mécaniques scellés (16 : 1). Matériel noire nickel. Système tremolo Floyd Rose de Graph Tech. Système de micro piezo L.R. Baggs Radiance Hex. Deux humbuckers alnico PAF à haut rendement. Master Volume et boutons de ton. Boutons Model et Alt Tune. Sélecteur à 5 voies. Variax Digital Interface pour l”™intégration avec les systèmes Line 6 POD HD500, POD HD Pro et une compatibilité limitée avec les amplis POD xt, POX X3, Vetta II et autres produits Line 6 de l”™héritage. Batterie Li-Ion (12 heures de jouer) et un chargeur international. Logiciel Variax Workbench et interface USB. Housse matelassée. Batteries, chargeurs et câbles sont disponibles séparément. James Tyler Variax : spécifications : (série US) JTV-59US Corps en acajou sélectionné à la main avec érable sculpté et vernis en érable flammé. Manche en acajou avec une touche palissandre et inserts. 24 9/16" longueur d”™Ã©chelle. Forme manche Tyler de 1959. 30,5cm (12”™”™) rayon de la manche. 22 frets medium-jumbo avec inserts. 1 11/16”™”™ sillet imprégné de lubrifiant Graph Tech Black TUSQ XL. Mécaniques Hipshot Classic. (18 : 1) Accastillage chrome. Chevalet stoptail complètement ajustable Tyler. Système de micro piezo L.R. Baggs Radiance Hex. Des humbuckers alnico pour la manche et chevalet vintage. Master Volume et boutons de ton. Boutons Model et Alt Tune. Sélecteur à 3 voies. Fabriqué aux états unis. Assemblé par vétéran luthier Tim Wilson. Variax Digital Interface pour l”™intégration avec les systèmes Line 6 POD HD500, POD HD Pro et une compatibilité limitée avec les amplis POD xt, POX X3, Vetta II et autres produits Line 6 de l”™héritage. Deux batterie Li-Ion (24 heures de jouer) et un chargeur international. Logiciel Variax Workbench et interface USB. Batteries, chargeurs et câbles sont disponibles séparément. Étui à guitare rigide de haute qualité. JTV-69US Corps frêne ou aulne. Manche solide en érable avec touche érable ou palissandre. Inserts. 25 1/2" longueur d”™Ã©chelle. Forme manche Tyler de 1959. 10”™”™ à 12”™”™ rayon de la manche. 22 frets medium-jumbo avec inserts. 1 5/8”™”™ sillet imprégné de lubrifiant Graph Tech Black TUSQ XL. Mécaniques Hipshot Grip-Lock. (18 : 1) Accastillage chrome. Tremolo entièrement réglable Tyler. Système de micro piezo L.R. Baggs Radiance Hex. Des humbuckers alnico pour la manche, chevalet vintage et micro à simple bobinage en milieu. Master Volume et boutons de ton. Boutons Model et Alt Tune. Sélecteur à 5 voies. Fabriqué aux états unis. Assemblé par vétéran luthier Tim Wilson. Variax Digital Interface pour l”™intégration avec les systèmes Line 6 POD HD500, POD HD Pro et une compatibilité limitée avec les amplis POD xt, POX X3, Vetta II et autres produits Line 6 de l”™héritage. Deux batterie Li-Ion (24 heures de jouer) et un chargeur international. Logiciel Variax Workbench et interface USB. Chargeurs et câbles sont disponibles séparément. Étui à guitare rigide de haute qualité. JTV-89US Corps en acajou. Manche en érable à 3 pièces avec une touche palissandre. 25 1/2" longueur d”™Ã©chelle. Manche Tyler « Fast n”™ Flat ». 16”™”™ rayon de la manche. 24 frets jumbo avec inserts. 1 11/16”™”™ sillet imprégné de lubrifiant Graph Tech Black TUSQ XL. Mécaniques scellés (16 : 1). Matériel noire nickel. Chevalet stoptail complètement ajustable Tyler. Système de micro piezo L.R. Baggs Radiance Hex. Deux humbuckers alnico PAF à haut rendement. Master Volume et boutons de ton. Boutons Model et Alt Tune. Sélecteur à 5 voies. Fabriqué aux états unis. Assemblé par vétéran luthier Tim Wilson. Variax Digital Interface pour l”™intégration avec les systèmes Line 6 POD HD500, POD HD Pro et une compatibilité limitée avec les amplis POD xt, POX X3, Vetta II et autres produits Line 6 de l”™héritage. Batterie Li-Ion (12 heures de jouer) et un chargeur international. Logiciel Variax Workbench et interface USB. Chargeurs et câbles sont disponibles séparément. Étui à guitare rigide de haute qualité. Batterie : Quelle batterie est incluse ? Nous utilisons des batteries Li-Ion. Une batterie chargée fournit 12 heures de performance. Il y en a un indicateur de vie de la batterie avec 4 LEDs. Poussez le bouton rond noire : 4 LED : 9+ heures 3 LED : 6+ heures 2 LED : 3+ heures 1 LED : moins que 3 heures 1 LED clignotant : moins que 1 heure, rechargez la batterie Attention : Il y en a deux façons de d”™alimentation sans batterie. Si la guitare est connectée via câble VDI à un autre appareil VDI Digital comme le POD X3 Live, l'alimentation est fournie par cette connexion. Ou vous utilisez un XPS-DI avec un câble TRS. Avec un XPS-DI, vous pouvez alimenter la guitare, mais c”™est aussi une boxe A/B pour envoyer un signale du DI au Board ou un ampli acoustique avec certains modèles. Si vous alimentez votre guitare avec un de ces méthodes, déconnectez la batterie. Combien de temps faut-il pour recharger complètement une batterie à plat JTV ? Plus ou moins 12 heures. Vous pouvez jouer 4 à 6 heures si vous le chargez 30-45 minutes. Qu'est-ce que le voyant signifie sur le chargeur de batterie JTV? Une lumière rouge solide veut dire que la batterie se recharge. Un rouge clignotant veut dire que la batterie est à pleine charge ou que la batterie a été insérée incorrectement. Si vous savez que la batterie n”™est pas complètement chargée, remettez la batterie. Tuning Gears : Les guitares JTV-59US et JTV-89US ont des mécaniques Hipshot Classic. Ces mécaniques sont lisses et précises à 18 : 1. Les guitares JTV-69US ont des mécaniques Hipshot Grip-Lock. Ces mécaniques sont décalées pour une stabilité maximale. Pour les guitares JTV coréennes, nous utilisons des mécaniques scellés 16 : 1 sur tous les modèles. Ce sont des mécaniques solides moulés sous pression. Comme pour la JTV-69US, nous utilisons des mécaniques déplacés et de verrouillage. Les pièces de verrouillage dans les mécaniques sont déplacées également pour correspondre au format des mécaniques : 23,4mm (pour les cordes Mi grave et La), 21,9mm (pour les cordes Ré et Sol), et 20,4mm (pour les cordes Si et Mi aigu). Nouveaux modèles acoustiques HD : Quand est-ce que vous avec ajoutés ces modèles aux guitares JTV ? Les nouveaux modèles ont été ajoutés avec la version du firmware 1.81 et sont inclus avec tous les versions après. Qu'est-ce que le bouton « Tone » fait sur les nouveaux modèles JTV HD Acoustic ? Le bouton Tone sur les nouveaux modèles acoustiques HD est utilisé pour ajuster la quantité de résonance de la caisse. Les derniers 10% suppriment la résonance complètement (90-100%) pour les joueurs qui le préfèrent. Bouton Alternate Tuning Comment est-ce que le bouton « Alternate Tuning » fonctionne ? Le bouton Alt Tune peut être utilisé avec tous les presets qui sont enregistrés sur ce bouton. Le bouton a 12 configurations, avec « Model » et « Standard ». Si vous le mettez sur « Model », vous pouvez accéder les réglages preset que vous avez créé dans le logiciel Variax Workbench avec le bouton « Alternate Tuning ». Ces réglages sont enregistrés sur le bouton Model. Mettez-le sur « Standard » pour avoir la configuration EADGBE normale sur tous les modèles. Les autres sont tons des configurations de guitares JTV spécifiques. Configurations « Alternate Tuning » pour JTV-59 et JTV-69: MODEL STANDARD: Mi La Ré Sol Si Mi DROP D: Ré La Ré Sol Si Mi 1/2 DOWN: Mib Lab Réb Solb Sib Mib DROP Db: Réb Lab Réb Solb Sib Mib 1 DOWN: Ré Sol Do Fa La Ré DADGAD: Ré La Ré Sol La Ré OPEN D: Ré La Ré Fa# La Ré BLUES G: Ré Sol Ré Sol Si Ré RESO G: Sol Si Ré Sol Si Ré OPEN A: Mi La Do# Mi La Mi BARITONE: Si Mi La Ré Fa# Si Configurations « Alternate Tuning » pour JTV-89 et JTV-89F: MODEL STANDARD: Mi La Ré Sol Si Mi DROP Ré La Ré Sol Si Mi 1/2 DOWN: Mib Lab Réb Solb Sib Mib DROP Db: Réb Lab Réb Solb Sib Mib 1 DOWN: Ré Sol Do Fa La Ré DROP C: Do Sol Do Fa La Ré m3 DOWN: Réb Solb Si Mi Lab Réb DROP B: Si Solb Si Mi Lab Réb M3 DOWN: Do Fa Sib Mib Sol Do DROP Bb: Sib Fa Sib Mib Sol Do BARITONE: Si Mi La Ré Fa# Si Interface Workbench: Comment puis-je faire l'interface Variax Workbench reconnaître la guitare James Tyler Variax? Assurez-vous que vous avez téléchargé et installé les pilotes les plus récentes pour l”™interface Workbench d”™ici : Line 6 Downloads Assurez-vous que la batterie de la guitare est chargée et installé correctement dans la guitare. Connectez l”™interface Variax Workbench à l”™ordinateur avec le câble VDI inclus. Connectez un câble ¼”™”™ à la sortie de la guitare (parce que Workbench n”™alimente pas la guitare). L”™autre extrémité du câble ne doit pas être connectée. Si vous voyez deux lumières verts sur l”™interface Workbench, tous est configuré correctement. Réinitialisation d'usine et mise à jour Flash Memory : Pourquoi est-ce que la procédure de la réinitialisation décrit dans le mode d”™emploi ? La fonction de la réinitialisation d”™usine décrit dans le mode d”™emploi n”™existe plus. Nous l”™avons enlevé pour faire de la place pour les modèles Variax HD Acoustic. Tous les modèles avec Flash Memory v1.8 ou plus récent sont affectés. Pour réinitialiser réinstaller ou mettre à jour le Flash Memory utilisez ce lien : Variax Reflash and Software update F.A.Q. Si je règle les cordes de la guitare, est ““ce que je peux utiliser le capo virtuel ? Ce n”™est pas recommandé parce qu”™il pourrait causer des anomalies sonores. Les guitares ont été conçues de régler à nouveau de réglage E standard. Utiliser le capo virtuel avec un autre tuning n”™est pas supporté.
  7. Hi - I know some of you out there are hoping to upgrade some of your gear, so maybe I can help you save on eBay or Reverb or Gbase fees. I've been spoiled with a modded JTV69 that's got a Moses graphite neck, locking tuners and JBE pickups. Looking for a #2 (or maybe a new #1) could be a 69 or an 89 or a Strat-ish style transplant (the last, only if it's a bug-free install with properly shielded cavity, etc.), but want to see something better than stock. Pickups upgraded to a noiseless variety, locking tuners, I'd be SUPER happy if there were another graphite necked one out there. No Floyd Rose please - I change strings too often for that - standard trem or hardtail. Hit me up with DMs if you're interested. Pay by PayPal, would require shipping to NJ. I can pick up within most of NJ and NYC. Whatcha got?
  8. redbelo

    helix preset vs Variax model

    when I create a preset , on the SNAPSHOT 1 - let suppose a clean electric on the Variax , then I create a acoustic preset on SNAPSHOT 2 using the Variax - let suppose acoustic model on the Variax . when I switch SNAPSHOT from 1 to 2 should the SNAPSHOT control the Variax , or the knob on the Variax will always be what's determines the guitar model ?
  9. Hello. I'm quite tempted to purchase a Helix to replace my trusty Bass Pod XT Live now that Line6 no longer provides working software for in on macOS Mojave ; but I'm weary of one thing: I'm using a Variax bass with the Bass POD, and they have dedicated presets, and communication mechanisms. However, in the Helix user manual, there are plenty of references to what one can do with the Variax Standard or James Tyler guitar, but exactly zero reference to the Variax basses. What exactly is the level of interaction I can expect ? e.g.: "nothing", "just power", "power and audio", "bass knobs work like EXP-n pedals like on Variax guitars", "preset change can change the emulated bass in the bass ? What else ?
  10. rice33

    Hearing two tunings

    Hi, I am completely new to the variax and maybe I am missing something simple. I am running the Variax through a G10 Relay into an Amplfi. All line 6 no outside imposter gear! The problem i have is that when I select an alternative tuning I hear both the magnetic pickups and the alternative tuning through the amp. I thought by turning on the variax it automatically disabled the magnetic pickups? Any help appreciated. Also if I've missed something completely obvious light mockery is also welcomed! Thanks
  11. I have the 'dream rig'. I have become more and more frustrated trying to get decent usable live tones from the rig to the point where I'm thinking of chopping it in for a guitar, an amp, and a couple of FX pedals. Glen Delaune has some wonderful sounding patches which I bought but when I changed the amps in the patches to the 'Pre' version, the sound died. When I try to ramp up the volume, it sounds like I'm playing through an old 5w Tandy (RadioShack in the US) blown speaker underwater. Now, if I leave the patches as they are; using the non-Pre amps models, the sound is great. My question therefore is why should I bother with the Pre's? Am I using the valves in my DT25 head as they were intended or am I in some what bypassing all of the goodness in the rig by using the full modelled amps? For reference here is my setup; JTV59p connected with VDI to HD500 connected with AES/EBU via L6 link to DT25 head connected with 2 x mono 6.3mm to 2 x L6 1x12 cabs Global inputs on the HD500 are set to Varian 1 and Aux 2
  12. Q: How do I perform a Factory Reset ("reflash") on my Variax 300/500/600/700/705? A: See the following link for the reflash procedure: Variax Reflash and Software Update F.A.Q. Q: The strings on my Variax Steel string are breaking consistently at the saddle piece. How can this be resolved? A: There may be a "burr in the saddle", meaning that there is an edge cutting into the string and causing it to break. Depending on where the string is breaking you may need to replace the piezo, the saddle piece, or both pieces. Please contact an authorized Service Center for more information. Q: I am getting a high-pitched 'squeal' when I have both the ¼" TRS cable and the Variax cable plugged into my PODxt/X3 or Vetta. How do I eliminate this? A: The high-pitched squeal is indicative of an overload of the power input buffers, as the unit is receiving power from both the TRS and the Variax Digital Cable. You will need to unplug one of the cables to remove the high-pitch noise. Q: What happens if I leave my Variax plugged into an amp while using batteries (not using the power supply)? A: If you leave your Variax plugged into your amp and are not using the power supply you will drain your batteries. If you remember to turn the volume knob on your Variax all the way down, the guitar will go into a low power 'standby' mode, but the batteries will still be draining (although at a substantially slower rate). Remember to unplug your Variax if you have finished a soundcheck and are heading off to dinner somewhere before your gig. Q: I have a dead string on my 300/500/600/700 (electric or acoustic) guitar - where can I get a replacement piezo? A: Replacement Piezo pickup/bridge saddle pieces can be purchased directly from the Line 6 webstore: Variax Piezo Element Replacements Q: When I first plug it in the sound goes on and off like the power is being turned off and on and I hear a constant click...click...click...through the amp? A: The problem sounds like it's a battery issue. If the battery's power drops below a current point, even though the batteries may seem good, the guitar will cut in and out. Even if you connect the power A/B box the guitar will still cut in and out. When this occurs, you must disconnect or change the batteries. Q: Where can I get a replacement neck and/or body for my Variax guitar? A: You can order your Variax replacement neck or body from Warmoth Instruments. Q: Can the Model Select knob on the Variax 300/600 be calibrated? A: No, the Model Select knob on the Variax 300/600 cannot be calibrated. If the model knob is "out of sync", try reflashing your instrument. If you are still having problems with the model select knob not selecting the correct model, you will need to have the unit serviced at your local Line 6 service center. Q: How do I calibrate the Model Select knob on the Variax 500/700? A: Here are the instructions on how to calibrate the Model Select knob on the Variax 500/700: *Please make sure that the output from the Variax 500/700 is plugged into an amplifier or monitoring source to hear the audio beeps from the guitar. 1. Unplug RJ45 cable from guitar. 2. Turn off Power (disconnect ¼" TRS cable from guitar). 3. Turn the volume up. 4. Pull model selector knob "up" and away from the guitar body and set it to position Custom 1. 5. Set pickup selector to 4th (neck-middle) position. 6. Set tone knob to middle position. 7. Turn on power (connect "¼" TRS cable to guitar). ONCE INITIALIZED, YOU WILL HAVE APPROX. 13 SECONDS TO COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING PROCEDURE: 8. Turn tone control to min and then max. 9. You will now hear a beep sequence come from the amp or monitor source the Variax is plugged into. (The beeps will NOT come from inside the guitar itself.) 10. Turn model selector from "Custom 1" through all positions up to "Custom 2" this should be timed to approximately 1 second per physical step. (Counting: "one, one thousand", making sure to turn the pot on the one). 11. You will hear a low-high-low beep when completed. 12. Model selector will now be calibrated. 13. Press the Model Select knob back in to the guitar body to the "down" position. If you hear the low-high-low beep prior to completing the entire rotation of the model select knob, unplug the "¼" TRS cable from guitar and start over again until the timing is correct. Q: How do I calibrate the strings on a Variax Bass 700/705? A: To Activate String Calibration Mode: 1.Press down and hold the VOLUME knob, then power up the bass as follows: a.plug in a TRS cable connected to a powered XPS power supply, or b.plug in a VDI cable which is connected to a powered Bass PODxt Live. 2.The LED on the bass will appear to be orange or red (not green - if the LED is green, try again). Release the VOLUME knob after confirming that the light turned on orange/red.*** *** Note: If the light does not light up orange/red, make sure that you are able to press down on the Volume knob like a button. If it does not feel like a button, or if the knob does not travel down enough because it is to close to the pickguard, you should try removing the knob and pressing down on the Volume stem. In String Calibration Mode, all modeling is bypassed and the level of each string can be adjusted individually. To confirm you're in String Calibration Mode, listen to several Models, including a Synth Model; they should all sound the same: direct piezo. Important Note: As per the instructions below, the BLEND knob is used to adjust the volume of each string. The BLEND knob has a center detent, and that detent equals the Factory level volume for each selected string. You should adjust string levels from the center detent as a reference. Boosting levels too much may result in distortion, which is not good. For best results, listen to all strings and determine which ones may be too loud or too soft, then adjust accordingly, leaving the other strings at their detent levels. To Calibrate Individual Strings: (steps 5a & 5b for 5-string only) *After successfully powering up in String Calibration Mode, monitor the Variax Bass in the usual way, with the Volume knob at max, plugged into a bass amp, PODxt Live, etc. 1a.Rotate MODEL SELECT knob to the 1st Model, VinJ, to select the 1st string (G). 1b.Turn BLEND knob up or down to balance the G string level with the other strings. 2a.Rotate MODEL SELECT knob to the 2nd Model, ModJ, to select the 2nd string (D). 2b.Turn BLEND knob up or down to balance the D string level with the other strings. 3a.Rotate MODEL SELECT knob to the 3rd Model, PreBass, to select the 3rd string (A). 3b.Turn BLEND knob up or down to balance the A string level with the other strings. 4a.Rotate MODEL SELECT knob to the 4th Model, Manta, to select the 4th string (E). 4b.Turn BLEND knob up or down to balance the E string level with the other strings. 5a.Rotate MODEL SELECT knob to the 5th Model, Clang, to select the 5th string ( B). 5b.Turn BLEND knob up or down to balance the B string level with the other strings. When all strings sound in balance, press down on the MODEL SELECT knob to exit String Calibration Mode. The LED will turn green and your level changes will be saved. * Rotate the MODEL SELECT knob to load a Model and return to normal operation
  13. Leftzilla

    T5z Taylor Through Helix

    Looking for any input from someone using a Taylor T5Z with Helix. I currently have a JTV59 and JTV89F along with a VAC700 and all sound great through the helix. I am primarily trying to give myself a kick in the butt into playing more and have been looking at the Taylor T5Z. Any insight would be appreciated-Leftzilla
  14. I need to swap out the jack plate assembly on my Variax 700. The contact when using modeled tones is intermittent. If I provide pressure to force the Neutrix connector all the way in, the modeling works but letting go on the pressure results in a disconnect. I have the replacement assembly from Full Compass. I have very bad eyesight (legally blind) so I need to know whether swapping jack plates is simply unscrewing the 4 screws securing the jack plate to the guitar body and then pulling the connectors out of their respective sockets or, if in addition, desoldering of connections from the current jack plate and soldering connections to the new jack plate is required. In the first case, I feel I can do it myself. In the second, I would have to arrange for a local tech to handle the swap. Smart blind folks don't do soldering by the touch method<g>. Thanks, Glenn
  15. Hey guys, I have a Variax JTV but I don't have the USB interface in order to use it with the Workbench. If you have a Variax USB and don't need it anymore because you have the Helix or another unit that interfaces with the Variax, I would appreciate if you would be willing to donate it or sell it for a reasonable price. The brand new unit is too expensive for me. Thanks.
  16. Does anyone know if it is possible to custom-order a left-handed Variax guitar?
  17. Hi, I'm on that scary precipice of just about to order a new guitar. I have been torn between the JTV-69 Standard and the JTV-59. I know when in Acoustic modelling mode, the 5-way switch on the JTV-69 will change the acoustic model. But since the JTV-59 only has a 3-way switch I wonder if it has the same number of acoustic model choices. Thanks in advance for your help. P.S. - I sure wish there were Variax dealers in my area. I have never bought a guitar without playing it first, and to be honest, I'm a little nervous. Lee - Warwick, RI
  18. I love my Variax Standard, but I've been underwhelmed by the acoustic models. From what I've read online, you really need an acoustic amp for these to shine, which I don't have. I saw the Firehawk FX has an acoustic amp model specifically designed for to use with the Variax models. Has anyone used this? If so, do the acoustic models sound better through it? This is the only acoustic amp sim I have been able to find. Also, is it still worth it to get the Firehawk FX? I like the functionality of the Firehawk FX and that you can control the settings with an app as opposed to being locked in front of my computer. But is Line 6 phasing them out? I don't want to buy something that's already obsolete and in danger of losing support. Of course, I'd get the Helix in a heartbeat, but at 5 times the price it's WAY out of my budget. Sweetwater has 48 months interest free financing on these for the next two days, so I'm kind of under the gun to make a decision. Any info you guys can give is most appreciated. Thanks, and rock on! Sandy
  19. All the recent hype about the Fender Acoustasonic Telecaster motivated me to launch my "Electro-Roots Workshop" YouTube channel with a review of the Variax acoustic sounds. https://youtu.be/HyyO-1V-XLQ Much obliged!
  20. I have a 9 string, and I’ve been wanting to replace it with a variax for my projects I have. I tune to standard, but in 432, not 440. Standard is C# F# B E A D G B E, but I’d like to go lower if possible I was looking to buy a new variax, but wanted to make sure I can recreate everything the same as I have with my 9 string. I bought a used shurkien a few months ago, but it had issues, so I returned it. I do like the new JTV-89F because of the ebony and Floyd, but the shuriken has the longer scale. Any help is appreciated.
  21. All then recent hype about the Fender Acoustasonic Telecaster motivated me to launch my "Electro-Roots Workshop" YouTube channel with a review of the Variax acoustic sounds. https://youtu.be/HyyO-1V-XLQ Much obliged!
  22. Hi all! I am new to the Line 6 family, have recently purchased a Line 6 Helix and am loving it and its flexibility! Now I want to move onto the Variax line of guitars, especially for the alternate tunings as I play in a cover band and we split between standard, 1/2 step, and full step down. Whilst at home I really enjoy the heavier side of music, in particular Drop B tuning... So the question is: Will the Variax Standard ($1400 AUD odd) be able to do this sort of tuning (Drop B) or do I need to go the Shruiken model...? Price isn't really a major issue, as you get what you pay for in everything, its more that I didnt want the 'full metal guitar look'... Any advice would be greatly appreciated! Cheers Trent
  23. Hey guys, I have a JTV variax but I have no USB interface to change it's parameters, and I have no other interface (POD, helix, etc.). The interface by iytself is 150$ here, which is absurd. Would this cable make the Workbench HD see my JTV and allow me to update firmware/upload patches and change params? https://bencraven.com/?p=1616 Thanks!
  24. I am currently using my JTV59 with a Pod HD500x. I want to reduce my foot print and would like to replace the HD500x with the HX Stomp. Will I be able to get as good or better acoustic sounds from this proposed product union? I use both 6 string and 12 string models from the JTV59 and with the HD500x and I am currently getting pretty nice sounding acoustic guitar. I don't want to buy the HX Stomp and find it lacks in this primary area of my usage. Has anyone had an opportunity to pair the JTV variax type guitar with the HX Stomp? (Specifically in the acoustic guitar sounds)
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