FOMOfx Unveils the Virtual Jeff Pro

Luscious waggles, pitch-perfect bends, killer dive bombs and no tuning hassles - ever. That's Virtual Jeff PRO, the ultimate digital whammy. In ten seconds you can retro- fit all your guitars with a unique mounting system so the whammy can swap from guitar to guitar.


Then use AI processing in the stompbox to master those legacy whammy tricks and SmartPitchTM for pitch- perfect bends. Get insanely creative with features like BLEND, HOLD and V-CAPO. Virtual Jeff PRO is perfect for everything from mellow to metal on electrics, bass and acoustics. Move over evolution, this is the digital revolution!

Features

  • 2 User-defined presets – Whammy A and Whammy B
  • V-CAPO for drop-tuning and up-shifts
  • BLEND and HOLD for unique sounds
  • Wired & 2.4Ghz wireless operation with MiniLink
  • 10-second 'no tools' install on electrics, acoustics and bass
  • Ultra-low latency, flawless tracking and transparent tone

Virtual Jeff PRO - INTRODUCTION

FOMOfx was founded by two veteran guitar players from Sydney Australia. Inspired by winning 'Best in Show' at NAMM with the original Virtual Jeff, they spent 3 years developing the ground-breaking VJ PRO. The payoff is transparent pitch processing from its ultra-fast DSP. Now every player who doesn't want to modify their guitar or put up with whammy tuning hassles has a perfect retro-fit solution. Precision machined from aluminum, VJ PRO will survive the toughest gigs. Proudly designed in Australia.

Virtual Jeff PRO is shipping now from the FOMOfx online store – www.fomofx.com.

Suggested retail price is $499.00.

Fat tones from a sweet niche where Les Paul, Gretsch, and Telecaster share the limelight.

Copious, unexpected tones. Cool, useful bass contour control. Very nice build quality. Excellent value.

Heavy.

$1,199

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