Not A Load Of Bull

Behringer launch El Toro beginners guitar pack      05/10/06
Not A Load Of Bull


Behringer have announced the release of the El Toro Guitar Pack - a complete package that includes everything the aspiring guitarist needs to get started -- an electric guitar, a V-TONE 15-Watt guitar modeling amp with 27 classic guitar sound presets, a stage-proof auto-chromatic tuner and a bunch of accessories.
The electric guitar features a 22-fret rosewood fret board on a maple neck, solid body and sealed chrome machine heads. Behringer say that the bridge humbucker pickup is built to appeal to rock enthusiasts - It is designed with a hotter output for better overdrive tones, thereby making it more suitable for heavy playing and producing rock and metal sounds.
The V-TONE GM108 15-Watt analog modeling guitar amp, say Behringer, punches beyond its weight and pleases with tasteful tones, unheard-of in other practice amps. The combo has 27 true analog modeling settings for all classic guitar amp sounds and a vintage-design 8’’ speaker to meet even recording needs. A dedicated headphone output with speaker simulation permits silent practicing. In addition, the CD input makes it possible to play along to favorite tunes.
The TU100 is a professional stage-proof tuner that features 7 different tuning modes for electric guitar and bass, including Regular, Flat, Double Flat and Chromatic mode. A 7-segment LED display and precise 11-point Stream Meter guarantee accurate tuning and clear visibility at low light.
To round off the package, the El Toro Guitar Pack also contains an instrument cable, an adjustable guitar strap, three picks and a guitar instruction book. A sleek padded gig bag protects the guitar on the road. Pricing and Availability:
Available now. $219.99 USD, £133 GBP
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