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PG Giveaways: Peavey AT-200

February 11, 2014

At-200

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Enter for your chance to win the AT-200 from Peavey!. Total retail value $999.99. Giveaway ends April 14, 2014. Open to all territories except where prohibited by law.

MSRP: $999.99, 

Perfect Tuning. Perfect Intonation. Instantly. With the simple push of a button on the new Peavey® AT-200™, guitar players can now create music in perfect tune and pitch. The Peavey AT-200 features Antares® Auto-Tune® for Guitar with String Tune and the Solid-Tune™ intonation system, two technologies that work together to bring the clarity of perfect pitch to this high-quality instrument.
No bulky, unattractive hardware weighs down the playing experience - When you hear the swooshing sound, you know that your guitar is in tune. It's really that simple. It's one thing to tune up your strings, but as anyone who's been playing for awhile knows, the tougher challenge is maintaining perfect intonation as you move up and down the neck and finger complex chords. Luckily, this is where Auto-Tune for Guitar performs some of its most dramatic magic. Listening to a guitar with Solid-Tune perfect intonation is a revelation, offering a purity of tone that has simply never before been possible. Auto-Tune for Guitar's Solid-Tune technology is even smart enough to recognize when you want to manipulate the pitch, so you can play bends and vibrato exactly as you always do. In fact, Solid-Tune Intonation makes it even easier to bend to the right pitch every time. Antares also plans to offer upgrades to the AT-200 for purchase from their web site. From popular tunings like double drop D, open D, open G, and DADGAD to previously-impossible tunings like six-string bass, split bass/guitar (i.e., just the bottom string shifted an octave down), twelve string, and the best polyphonic octaver you've ever heard, Auto-Tune for Guitar can give you access to virtually any tuning you can imagine, along with some you may have never imagined. All without the need to stop and physically retune or swap guitars.

For more information, go to Peavey.com

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