Waves Introduces iGTR
Versatile Pocket-Sized Guitar Processor
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.
- 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.
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