Calabasas, CA (March 12, 2014) -- Line 6, Inc. today introduced AMPLIFi FX100, an iOS enabled, cloud-enhanced multi-effects pedal that offers guitarists a fast and fun path to unlimited professional-quality tones. Featuring the groundbreaking Line 6 AMPLIFi Remote iOS app, AMPLIFi FX100 allows guitar players to wirelessly control every detail of their sound and dial up amazing tones, including the award-winning Line 6 tones behind thousands of hit recordings, with unprecedented speed and precision.
“AMPLIFi FX100 is an exciting new product that takes the pain and complexity out of getting great tone,” said Max Gutnik, Vice President of Products and Marketing, Line 6. “The AMPLIFi Remote iOS app lets you quickly and intuitively find, create, and share your sound. And with innovative features like Bluetooth® streaming audio and automatic tone matching, FX100 is equally as fun jamming along with your favorite songs and playing with your band.”
The AMPLIFi Remote iOS app delivers unparalleled tone control from an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. There’s no need to navigate through tiny screens and complex menus—AMPLIFi Remote allows guitarists to dial up stunning tone with ease. Plus, guitarists can create, share, download and rate tones with a cloud-based community of musicians.
AMPLIFi FX100 also takes jamming to a whole new level. Guitarists can play along with tracks in their music library via Bluetooth® streaming audio, and revolutionary tone matching automatically delivers tones that match their music library. Now guitarists can get the legendary tones of their favorite guitar players in an instant.
AMPLIFi FX100 is the perfect centerpiece for any guitar setup, featuring a wide array of inputs and outputs. Guitarists can connect to an amp, external speakers or plug in headphones to jam silently. AMPLIFi FX100 can even play music tracks from an iOS device through a home stereo, while sending guitar tone to an amplifier. AMPLIFi FX100 will change the way guitarists create, rehearse and jam.
AMPLIFi FX100 will be available May 1, 2014.
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