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When you plug a Variax instrument into PODxt Live, Bass POD xt Live, or Vetta II using the Variax Digital Input Cable, you can seamlessly integrate a Variax's collection of guitar or bass models with the ultimate collection of amps, cabs, and effects. Now your entire setup can be instantly transformed into virtually any rig with just the press of a single footswitch. Go from screaming lead with a humbucker guitar, to warm acoustic tones with lush reverb in a split second!
The Variax Digital Cable powers Variax Electric, Acoustic, and Bass, while digitally sending audio which eliminates extra digital-to-analog conversion, and allows you to automate Variax patch changes with the foot controls of PODxt Live, Bass PODxt Live, and Vetta II's FBV foot controller. Complete your ultimate rig with the Variax Digital Cable today!
Anonymous review via Feefo | Purchase date: 01 June 2016
It is at its heart a very basic computer cable - but well made, with strong connectors and robust enough for stage and does its job.
The ability to be able to both power and call up different guitar models/tunings, particularly for the Acoustic, through my foot pedal and Mac editor program within my DAW is priceless and so worth every penny.
A Variax JTV59, a Variax Acoustic, a Pod HD Pro X and FBV3 you have to have a VDI cable and this one is up to the job in Home Studio or at a Gig.
Anonymous review via Feefo | Purchase date: 01 October 2015
Didnt last long and didnt work at arrival
Anonymous review via Feefo | Purchase date: 25 July 2015
It's a cable. (br/)I was a bit annoyed that I was told by the salesman that it didn't come with a cable, but there was a Variax cable included in the Guitar box! (br/)A needless purchase..£18?
Anonymous review via Feefo | Purchase date: 09 March 2015
Genuine Line 6 product at a reasonable price.
Anonymous review via Feefo | Purchase date: 08 January 2015
Does what it says on the tin.. :)
Anonymous review via Feefo | Purchase date: 02 November 2013
A strong connection cable for my Variax guitar and HD500, well made with good connections that will not break easily. Very pleased with my purchase.
dave | Purchase date: 25 June 2013
Essential with the POD HD to get control over the JTV Variax from HD patches
Excellent combination & good Andertons service
Marc | Purchase date: 27 December 2012
If you have the "dream rig" then this is a must for you, more expensive than a normal ethernet cable, but more secure as well as it sits inside an xlr plug so no chance of snapping a thin plastic rj45, believe me I've trod on the cable no end of times all ready, but then I tend to tread on my 1/4 jack cable as well.
Great store, great staff, can't do enough for you, even the cap 10 (Lee and owner) isn't adverse to "getting his hands dirty " and working on the shop floor.
Clive | Purchase date: 04 October 2012
Does the job, however was a little concerned that this was not branded as Line 6 and arrived in a JiffyBag instead of Branded packaging (Hence 4 stars).
Anyway it does the job of connecting my JTV69 to a HD500. For reference it has Van Damme cable and Neutrik fittings..
Takis | Purchase date: 28 April 2012
I have a Variax 600and a HD500 and you can't possibly get ALL the features by connecting those 2 without this cable.
Yep, expensive, but, if you're a gigging musician, you'd like something strong that you feel comfortable with and trust it won't let you down during a gig.
This is IT.
Basically it's just a good ethernet cable in an XLR housing. You could make the connection by a good ethernet cable but would you take it to a gig.
Gareth | Purchase date: 31 October 2011
Very sturdy cable with excellent plugs - this will definately stand up to live use with very few concerns.
Dave | Purchase date: 26 August 2011
The cable is well-made, robust and ideal for gigging (Variax connected to PodX3 live). This is an expensive cable (considering the components), however, since the standard Line 6 cable included with a Variax guitar is short, flimsy and inadequate for live work, this cable may well be a necessity.