Samick Motherlode

December 2014

Waves Introduces iGTR

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Knoxville, TN (January 8, 2008) -- Waves Audio is celebrating the new year with the release of their pocket-sized device, the iGTR Personal Guitar Processor. iGTR puts the GTR family’s quality guitar amp and effects sounds into an intuitive, convenient, portable pocket-sized device that allows guitarists to plug in and play, anytime, anywhere.

Although the convenient and sleek design allows portability, the iGTR has several options and ranges for users to dial in:

  • Three Virtual Amps: Warm, Normal and Bright
  • Modulation Effects: Phaser, Tremolo and Wah
  • Ambience Effects: Reverb, Chorus and Delay

iGTR’s multiple inputs and outputs enable it to act as a preamp and recording effects processor or as an on-the-go tool for playing alone or with friends. Additionally, guitarists can plug an iPod or other mp3 device to jam along with their favorite songs. The inputs and outputs include:

  • 1/4" guitar input
  • Mini stereo auxiliary input (used for mp3 connection or jamming with friends)
  • Two mini stereo outputs for headphones and speakers

The iGTR is powered by four AAA batteries (included) or a standard 6-12V DC Adapter (not included). The iGTR also comes with a belt clip and a 50cm stereo auxiliary cable.

“The GTR series has brought guitar processing technology and effects modeling to a new level,” says Waves Audio CEO Gilad Keren. “Our new iGTR puts that power in a pocket-sized device for the on-the-go guitarist. For convenient practicing, playing along with favorite songs or jamming with friends, the iGTR is second-to-none.”

The iGTR will be showcased at NAMM and released by late January.

For more information about Waves products:

www.waves.com

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