Line 6 Variax 600 Guitar Review

Imagine having the power of dozens of different classic guitars available to you at the turn of a knob. That is exactly what the Line 6 Variax 600 guitar gives you.Imagine having the power of dozens of different classic guitars available to you at the turn of a knob. That is exactly what the Line 6 Variax 600 guitar gives you. At the flick of your wrist, you could be playing any one of 25 different presets, each with a distinctly recognizable tone. The Line 6 Variax is the only guitar that allows you to plug into a computer to make adjustments to the tone or apply alternate tunings to any of the presets as well. This guitar does not use traditional magnetic pickups, leaving you with a crisp, clean sound and no unwanted noise.

The Line 6 Variax 600 has a one-piece North American maple neck and fingerboard and the 9-1/2″ radius allows for comfortable playability. Several vintage touches, like amber gloss and the off-white pick guard give the 600 classic looks that match all the famous Variax models within.




Line 6 Variax 600 Guitar Features:

  • Dozens of classic guitar models
  • Basswood body
  • One-piece maple neck with amber gloss finish
  • Sealed die-cast tuners
  • Custom L.R. Baggs tremelo bridge
Line 6 Variax 600 Guitar Review, 10.0 out of 10 based on 1 rating

One Response

  1. Kansas Musician says:

    I had been reading about these instruments for several years and, I finally got my hands on one to try out. WOW!!!!!! totally unbelieveable, I am still amazed at how Line6 can do this. At one time or another in my 40+ years of playing I have had my hands on most of the modeled instruments in the Variax and, even though they are not perfect, I will definately verify that they sound VERY VERY close. The look of the guitar, the feel,the playability and, the ease of changing to different instruments is really cool. It will not replace the instruments that I have but, what a GREAT addition to my collection. This could possbily be the last guitar that I buy and, I will have one! I have used and, stiil use Line6 amps since they first came out with the Flextone which I still gig with and, would not part with for anything. I recently purchased a Spider4 30w for a rehearsal amp and, I have giged with it in a small venue with no problem. Their stuff is Awesome! In summation get your hands on a Variax and, judge for yourself, It’s an instrument that’s hard to put down once you get one. I did and, I’m sold…………..

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