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Record directly into your PC or Mac with built-in USB port.
With the Behringer iAXE393 USB-Guitar you can use the built-in USB port to jam with MP3, WAV, AIFF and OGG songs or backing tracks on your PC or Mac. You'll enjoy immediate access to Guitar Combos Behringer Edition from Native Instruments—the leading authentic guitar amp and stomp box modeling software.
The package also includes Kristal 16-track music production and Audacity editing software that work directly with your PC or Mac computer. An ultra-low latency ASIO driver for PCs is included.
Stereo headphone output lets you jam with your computer and can also be used for monitoring with active monitor speakers.
Variable speed file playback function for MP3, WAV, AIFF and OGG audio files—perfect for easy learning and practicing.
Powered via USB—no additional power supply required.
Top notch electric guitar features a 22-fret maple neck, solid body, chrome machine heads, 3 single-coil pickups, 5-way switching and
vintage vibrato bridge. The guitar can also be used with any traditional guitar amplifier.
High-quality components and exceptionally rugged construction ensure long life.
Includes CD, USB cable, adjustable guitar strap, and 3 picks.
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Most Liked Positive Review
My sister and I bought this guitar last year, and my only complaint is the fact the the strings weren't very good, the bottom e string broke the day after we got it,...Read complete review
My sister and I bought this guitar last year, and my only complaint is the fact the the strings weren't very good, the bottom e string broke the day after we got it, but that is easily fixed. I love the fact that the amp has so many styles.I'm not a big guitar whiz, so I don;t know if it is from hard playing or just pore knobs or something, but we tend to be always breaking strings, I haven't been able to play it for over a month, but that is because I have every string I need exceept for one, and haven't gotten to the music store to get it yet.If you are looking for perfection, I'd look at a les paul, but if you are a beginner just learning how to play, this is a nice affordable pack.
Most Liked Negative Review
This is an excellent starter package. The amp is perfect for starters (and I say only for starters) and so is this guitar. The guitar itself is pretty tough and it takes a...Read complete review
This is an excellent starter package. The amp is perfect for starters (and I say only for starters) and so is this guitar. The guitar itself is pretty tough and it takes a while to get any scratches or dents. The tone knobs on this guitar don't do anything, you can screw around with them all you want, it change a thing. The pickups aren't too good either, on this guitar doesn't really matter where you play. I had to file the frets down on this guitar because they were sticking out too much and getting in the way and you couldn't play as fast and stuff, but now that I did that it seems to play fine. The playing on and feeling on this guitar is fine. It plays quite decent, just change the strings to a well known name brand, I use Fender and find a grade you like. The strap is terrible, it'll rip very fast and easy, get another one if you plan on gigging with this. When pulling the strings out to replace, they'll get caught and won't come out, so you'll need to find something big enough to fit through the holes and push the string out. The amp is very muddy and sloppy sounding, not very good. A lot of rattling. I find myself sometimes gigging with it because it's the only black guitar I have, but I have tuned it up and changed some stuff, so nothing bad happens on stage.
Reviewed by 29 customers
I got this guitar christmas morning and i was stoked because it was my first...It gose out of tune easly. It dosent have the metal sound thats all I can say. But its good to start on. I have had it for three years and im getting a new one soon.ITS NOT A METAL GUITAR. I tune in A and B and it buzzes alot on the 12th. But its good for starters!
I have the regular v-tone package,got it a few years backs, and surprisingly,I have had good experience with it.The neck is great, the frets are well done, the bodywork is what you would expect from a lower end manufacturer.I do agree about the tuners and pickups, and luckily had a spare set of tuners and pickups to replace them with. Did a full setup on it, and it plays great now. A good guitar to learn on both playing and maintaining.
Like many of the previous reviews have said, this guitar is utterly shotty. The pickups are absolutely horrible and it doesn't stay in tune at all. The frets buzz like it's their job, and the materials just feel so cheap when you're holding and playing it. The whammy bar is very cheap feeling, too, and it creaks a lot in its socket. For the price, you might as well just save up a little extra cash for a cheap Fender, Ibanez, or Squier for a first guitar. This piece of junk hardly constitutes as one.
when i first got this guitar 5 years ago, it stayed in tune, tremolo bar was intact, and there were no dead frets. a year later, i bought a replacement tremolo bar and when i went to dive bomb the bar snapped at the base were it screws into the guitar making the tremolo bar feature unusable.recently the tuning pegs started coming out of tune, to fix this, i tried lowering the action. Bad mistake! once i started to lower the G string, the small screw striped, non of the other strings will lower and this one wont raise back up, thus making techniques like sweep picking and arpeggios extremely hard to do. (who would attempt the on this guitar anyways).a little after that, i noticed a couple of dead frets that i assume had been there since i purchased it, im only now finding them because im learning on the high part of the neck were i have never had experience with before.in my opinion, don't get this guitar. its not a begging guitar, or a recording guitar, it sounds terrible when played back using an audio program.
i have the guitar in 5 years ago and it sounds good it is still new
the pickups suck, the bodys cut like crap, the necks warped, it dosent stay in tune even with brand new strings. its a rip off for the fender , or squire witch is the way to go for a first. oh yeah , the frets buzz too. and the bodys like 45 feet thick. DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY< YOU WILL NOT LEARN ON THIS!!
Well on my Birthday 5 years ago my dad got me this guitar, but it didnt have the USB cable and when I noticed that they made a new one with a USB cable that kinda seems ridiculious the old one seems better than this, just saying.
This guitar failed on me quickly. I bought it as im a touring musician and needed a backup. This guitar has usb, but im not into that. I like plugging into my mesa dual recto and marshall dsl100
So, my parents got me this guitar so start off with. It sounded fine to me at the time, but here I am 4 years later with the same guitar. And it really is not the best. The 6th fret buzzes like a madman and no matter how many times I've tried to get it fixed.. nothing does it. It stays in tune for me. The only thing is that fret, and I've had to fix the Input jack quite a few times. Look for a different starter pack.. this one's okay, but it starts falling apart after about 3 years.
Wow! This was my first guitar I got from my parents who had no clue about guitars. Parents if your reading this squier begginer packs are best for starters. The frets on this guitar weren't cut even and will slice the players hand. The reason I gave this a four is because the amp was so crappy it gave itself hardcore distoration which sounded insane till it fell apart on me!