Vox JamVox: We’ve Played It

We´ve moaned, dribbled, and stamped our feet at UK distributors Korg, but we´ve managed to get hold of both copies of Vox´s brand new ‘Jam and Practice Tool': JamVox.

As well as including a huge and flexible selection of guitar tones and virtual rigs, the system´s GTX function allows you to remove certain frequencies of classic songs.

Upload them from your iTunes library, set the Extract button to do it´s stuff and you can play along to tunes without the guitar solo, allowing you to murder (or reinvent) said ditty.

It´ll be reviewed in a future issue of Guitarist, but we spent most of yesterday living out our rock fantasies. We were Brian May, Angus Young and Dave Murray and today, Matthew, we´re going to be...well, we´ll boot it up and decide. Prince, maybe...?

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Simon Bradley is a guitar and especially rock guitar expert who worked for Guitarist 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.