WNAMM08: Guitar On the Go

Waves iGTR is a guitar practice tool for the iPOD generation      19/01/08

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3:34 mins

Waves have announced the hardware iGTR Personal Guitar Processor, a portable practice tool for guitarists.
Powered by 4 AAA batteries the iGTR is used with headphones and has a belt clip. Inside iGTR you get three virtual amps with adjustable drive, three tweakable ambience effects (Reverb, Chorus, Delay) and three variable speed modulation effects (Phaser, Tremolo, Wah).
Here’s what Waves have to say about iGTR …
�Pocket-sized and power-packed, iGTR delivers the real sound of guitar amps and effects, anytime, anyplace. Strap it on, plug in your axe, and you’re ready to rock. Hook up headphones or speakers and unleash the power of iGTR: Cutting-edge guitar tones— at your fingertips. At home. At the beach. Between classes. On the road. On the go. Wherever inspiration strikes, iGTR is ready.�

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