Vox Guitaraoke UK: Dare You Have A Go...?

Here´s the official release from Vox: maybe see you there!

Grab your axe and come on down! JamVOX is going on tour and coming to a music store near you. Come check out a demo by one of our VOX product specialists then stand up to the mic and jam along to your favourite tracks! There´s no better way to check out JamVOX for yourself.

Catch a demo of JamVOX, the product that lets you remove the guitar from your favourite MP3 and jam along.

JamVOX will be on tour at the following UK venues:

Dawsons Manchester - Sat June 20th - 12pm (Contact: 0161 237 1770)
Dawsons Reading - Sat July 4th - 12pm (Contact: 0118 958 1320)
Dawsons Liverpool - Sat July 11th -12pm (Contact: 0151 709 1455)
Dawsons Chester - Sat July 18th - 12pm (Contact: 01244 348606)
Dawsons Basingstoke - Sat July 25th - 12pm (Contact: 01256 464663)

More dates will be announced soon - watch this space!

So what´s this JamVOX racket about?

JamVOX is a PC and Mac compatible software package and easy to use audio interface/monitor system. JamVOX features Guitar Xtraktion technology (GXT) that can instantly remove the lead guitar or lead vocal track from virtually any CD, MP3 or other audio recording, allowing you to step into the mix and take centre stage with your own guitar!

You can even record and share your best performances with friends. What´s more, the GXT technology also allows you to isolate (rather than eliminate) the vocal or guitar part, at play back at any speed and any pitch so you can practice at the pace you want. Neat!

At each event, a VOX Clinician will be on hand to demonstrate JamVOX and to answer all your questions, you´ll also have the opportunity to step up and play with JamVOX ‘Guitaraoke´ style. Everyone who plays will get a FREE VOX T-Shirt.

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Simon Bradley is a guitar and especially rock guitar expert who worked for Total Guitar magazine and has in the past contributed to world-leading music and guitar titles like MusicRadar (obviously), Guitarist, Guitar World and Louder. What he doesn't know about Brian May's playing and, especially, the Red Special, isn't worth knowing.