New additions in Behringer iAXE USB-Guitar series

Behringer will announce the CENTARI iAXE624 and the METALIEN iAXE629 USB-Guitars. The CENTARI iAXE624 features a 22 fret hard-maple fingerboard, SSS pickup configuration, Volume and 2 Tone controls. The METALIEN iAXE629 features 24 medium jumbo frets in a rosewood fingerboard with binding and triangle inlays, SSH pickup configuration, Volume and Tone control. Both can be plugged straight into a computer and turn a PC or Mac computer into a guitar amp and recording system without the need for any other hardware.

Behringer CENTARI iAXE624 and METALIEN iAXE629 USB guitars

Pictured: The CENTARI iAXE624 and METALIEN iAXE629.

These are the main features of the two new models:

· Sealed chrome machine heads, vintage vibrato bridge and a 5-way switch

· Solid aspen body, maple neck

· Native Instruments Guitar Combos BEHRINGER Edition

· Kristal 16-track music production and Audacity editing software

· Direct operation with your PC or Mac computer—ultra-low latency ASIO driver for PC audio optimization included

· Stereo Headphone output to jam with the computer and can also be used for monitoring with active monitor speakers

“Quality sounds and plug & play made our iAXE393 USB-Guitar a huge success in 2006. Now we’ve addressed specific customer preferences, with new hardware configurations and distinct looks“, commented BEHRINGER’s Sr. Product Manager Jan Duwe.

Visit www.behringer.com to get an insight into the entire range of BEHRINGER products.

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Has the Metalien also a 3,5 jack plug for normal amp use?

Great, i have Samson CO1U, and i think the USB is so cool for home studio. This is future, but nobody like it...

This guitar... hmm v.good.

Got myself the Metalien and it's darn goooood. Yes its got a 3.5 jack seperate to the headphones jack. I thought it's a funny setup cos it has 3 outlets (usb, headphones, amp out) but atleast you can still use the guitar with any ordinary amp. I think alot of people strike this guitar as some flimsy bigginers gimick guitar (Plug And Rock, Yippee!) but it actually is nice to play.

sweet i may try tis then cheers man

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