"The Vetta II team poured over forums, customer requests, and artist feedback to capture the ultimate wish list of improvements for our flagship amplifier," said Darrell Smith, amplifier product line manager, Line 6. "We've added 6 amp models, 9 wah models, expression pedal controlled pitch shifting, a dedicated solo boost, and many other critical refinements," explained Smith.
Vetta II amplifiers contain a virtual collection of 80 sought-after vintage and modern amps and cabs, over 100 stomp box and studio rack effects, and 4 classic cabinet/microphone convolution models with variable positions. At the touch of a single button, Vetta II can deliver two independent amps and a full bevy of effects at once, giving musicians incredibly detailed tones for stage and recording work. Plus, a direct digital Variax® Modeling Guitar input seamlessly integrates Variax's collection of guitars with Vetta II's collection of amps, cabs, and effects.
Vetta 2.5 is a free download for all Vetta I and II customers and is available at www.line6.com/software.
For more information, visit their web site at www.line6.com.
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