Antares announces Auto-Tune for Guitar Custom Luthier Installation Kits

January 10, 2014
Antares Audio Technologies has announced the availability of Auto-Tune for Guitar Custom Installation Kits. The Custom Installation Kits feature the latest generation of Auto-Tune for Guitar technology, providing guitars with perfect tuning, flawless intonation with Antares' revolutionary Solid-Tune Intonation System, astonishing tonal flexibility with Antares' guitar and pickup modeling, alternate tunings that open up entirely new areas of inspiration and creativity, and much more. Auto-Tune for Guitar technology seriously expands the flexibility and range of the electric guitar while letting guitarists continue to play their own way.

With kits customized for the leading styles of guitars, experienced luthiers can install the Auto-Tune for Guitar processor board, controls and pickup with minimal impact to the external appearance of the guitar.

Auto-Tune for Guitar Installation Kits can be customized for the needs of any guitarist. The basic kits come in versions for popular guitar styles including Stratocaster, Les Paul, and Telecaster, as well as most other guitar configurations. The kits can be further customized with a choice of pickup selectors, pickup widths, number of control encoders and more.

To ensure quality installation, the sale of Auto-Tune for Guitar Custom Installation Kits is limited to established luthiers who have applied for and been accepted as Authorized Auto-Tune for Guitar Installers. For ease of installation, Antares offers luthiers complete sets of precision-machined, 3/8" acrylic routing templates.

Luthiers interested in doing custom Auto-Tune for Guitar installations for their clients can fill out the Authorized Installer Application Form at:

More Auto-Tune for Guitar Custom Luthier Installation Kit information, including a complete installation guide, can be found at the Antares for Guitar web site.
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